Arabic Sweets

Collection by Samira Farhat • Last updated 10 weeks ago

Samira Farhat

Zalabya (3 ways) | Cleobuttera

25 reviews
50 minutes

These sweet fritters of the Middle East are super crunchy on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside. Traditionally soaked in simple syrup, but equally loved drowned in Nutella or dusted with cinnamon sugar!

Golden Shredded Pastry Stuffed with Pistachios (Konafa) - Chef Osama

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Basbousa {Semolina Cake With Lemon-Rose Syrup}

If you are craving something sweet and decadent, you are in luck! I have just the thing for you today. This is basbousa or basboussa, an Egyptian specialty, also known as namoura, revani or ravani …

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Ashta(Clotted thick cream with Rose water)

If you are familiar with Middle Eastern Arabic Sweets,then you would probably know that "Ashta" is the queen of sweets fillers! "Kashta or Ashta " is the common Arabic name for clotted cream prepared with rose water. Ashta is mostly used as a filler for many Arabic desserts such as "Kunafa, Halawet El Jebn, Eish AlSara

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Dahdah (semolina, coconut, cinnamon and nut bars)

layers of semolina ,coconut , cinnamon and nuts alternating in a beautiful pattern and heavenly combination of flavor. It is sort of mammoul meets harissa/basbousa meets knafeh and oh my if there w…

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Ataif with Walnuts and Coconut - Coffee and Crumpets

Lacy Arabic pancakes filled with a mixture of walnuts, coconut and cinnamon sugar.

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وصفة وربات بالقشطة لازم تجربوها - Yummy Food

وصفة وربات بالقشطة من أطيب الحلويات. القشطة محشية عالبارد لتحافظ على طعم وقوام القشطة الرائع و الوربات مقرمشة و مشربة بالقطر. المقادير:1) القشطة: ليترين حليب...

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Maamoul Mad Bil Ashta….A specialty that has clotted cream (ashta) incased in a semolina-butter cake, flavored with orange blossom water

Maamoul Mad Bil Ashta! Popular throughout Lebanon and a personal favorite -semolina-butter bars filled with clotted cream, crunchy on the outside with a creamy white filling on the inside – they have a wonderful distinct orange blossom flavor with a dense texture! I love sweets, but these bars are definitely on the top list of […]

Qatayef/Atayef bil Joz - Walnut Stuffed Pancakes - Mediterranean Eatz

Qatayef/Atayef bil Joz - Walnut Stuffed Pancakes - Mediterranean Eatz

Yield: 24-30 medium size Prep Time: 60 minutes Cook Time: 20-30 minutes Print Qatayef/Atayef bil Joz --- Walnut Stuffed Pancakes By Noelle May 8, 2019 These fragrant walnut stuffed deep-fried Atayef are the perfect ending to a long day of fasting. Atayef are a Middle Eastern dessert that is traditionally served during the month of […]

Atayef (Kataif), the ultimate Arabic pancake

Ramadan Mubarak to all my wonderful readers who observe Ramadan :) Today is the second day of the month of Ramadan.I wrote a little about Ramadan last year and I am hoping to explain more this year…

Maamoul Cookies with Pistachio

2 reviews
35 minutes

Pistachio Maamoul Cookies are very famous traditional Middle Eastern cookies that have been around for generations. They are stuffed with ground pistachios and dusted with powdered sugar.

Aish el Saraya-Middle Eastern Dessert - Savory&SweetFood

We love desserts! And if it is Arabic sweets, we love them even more. I just cant get enough of Arabic sweets, so i am always in search for recipes. You all must be aware of my love for it. I have posted quite a few arabic sweets recipe already, some of them are ArabicRead more

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Halawet El Jibn (Sweet Cheese Rolls)

Halawet el jibn (sweet cheese rolls), one of the Middle/Eastern Arabic sweets which everyone in my family craves for it especially during Ramadan,,and no wonder! As it is so luscious you’ll get addicted! ! It is a traditional Syrian dessert and very famous in Levant region. Usually we get it from Arabic sweets shops,

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