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Egyptian Zalabia Balls. Heavenly dessert, eaten freshly fried and drizzled with syrup or sprinkled with powdered sugar.
Coconut Macaroons - toast coconut first @325, stirring every 5 minutes
If you ask any Middle Eastern Muslim what food comes to his/her mind when he/she hear the word Ramasan, the answer is one of two Qatayef or Knefeh. Qatayef is sold everywhere in Egypt during Ramadan, it is like mini pancakes filled with all sorts of goodies. I usually serve it savory with soups on the Ramadan breakfast table and then sweet when it comes to dessert time. I’ve showed you a super easy Qatayef recipe before with a handful of ingredients right from your pantry.
Regular Atayef (Middle Eastern pancakes)
Ramadan Kareem to all of my amazing readers that observe the holy month of Ramadan! Today I’m sharing with you an amazing Ramadani Middle Eastern dessert that is only served during the holy month of Ramadan in the Middle East! There is something wonderful about dishes that are only served during holidays or special times!...Read More »
Oven Baked Churro Recipe, an easier & healthier way to make Churros. I love making/eating churros but I hate frying them, if your like me you should give this baked version a try.
How-To Cut a round pan of BAKLAWA
Zalabya (3 ways)
Also known as Lokmet El Kady, Awamat and Lokaymat. These sweet fritters of the Middle East are super crunchy on the outside and soft and airy on the inside. Can be soaked in simple syrup, drowned in Nutella or dusted with cinnamon sugar!