Znoud-el-Sit is a Lebanese dessert, made by rolling thick cream inside white bread, deep frying and then dipping these crispy rolls in a fragrant sugar syrup. Perfect dessert to have during Iftar.

Znoud-el-Sit is a Lebanese dessert, made by rolling thick cream inside white bread, deep frying and then dipping these crispy rolls in a fragrant sugar syrup. Perfect dessert to have during Iftar.

Easy Baklava | drizzld.com

Baklava

A honey drenched pistachio and walnut baklava. The recipe uses store brought filo (phyllo dough) which makes this a simple but impressive dish to serve

Kunafe Nablusia, the sticky pastry made of gooey sweet cheese sandwiched between layers of shredded kunafe pastry

If there’s one dessert that rules as the Queen of Arabic sweets, I would nominate Kunafe Nablusia, the sticky pastry made of gooey sweet cheese sandwiched between layers of shredded kunafe pastry. This specialty from the Palestinian city of Nablus is prep

A delectable Arabic dessert made from rolls of soft, sweet cheese dough that gets stuffed with clotted cream, and crowned with pistachios and rose petal jam.  A drizzle of  syrup flavored with orange blossom and rose water puts the final seal of perfection. I don’t know what is it about the month of Ramadan that makes us crave...Read More »

Halawet El Jibn (Sweet Cheese Rolls)

Halawet el Jibn (sweet cheese rolls) An Arabic dessert made from rolls of soft, sweet cheese dough that gets stuffed with clotted cream and crowned with pistachios and rose petal jam. A drizzle of syrup flavoured with orange blossom and rose water.

Persian love cookies - Because it's not all about the cake | heneedsfood.com

Persian love cookies

Kataifi, a Middle Eastern pastry of thread-like dough encasing crisp pistachios                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Mansoura Middle Eastern Pastries

Kataifi, a Middle Eastern pastry of thread-like dough encasing crisp pistachios (Arabic Sweet Recipes)

Harissa, Harisa, Haresa Arabic Semolina Cake

Harissa, Harisa, Haresa Arabic Semolina Cake

Harissa, Harisa, Haresa Arabic Semolina Cake - you can replace the Semolina with Farina and I add a little cinnamon - YUM

Stuffed Syrian Pancakes... "delicious" is an understatement!

‘Ataiyef – Syrian Blintzes?

Atayef – stuffed syrian pancakes filled with ricotta cheese, deep-fried, dipped in chopped pistachio nuts, and topped with shira (Fragrant Aleppian Dessert Syrup) You're killin me! Never had Syrian food!

Knafeh! A typical Lebanese dessert that is also served for breakfast! Perfect…

Knafeh/ A typical Lebanese dessert that is also served for breakfast. Perfect with a drizzle of syrup prepared using Al Wadi Al Akhdar all natural waters (rose water, orange blossom water)

Mafroukeh (Arabic dessert) | kitchenMaestro                              …

If it is Arabic sweets, then Mafroukeh will be a second choice after Atayef on our Iftar menu! So Yesterday for the first time I tried to make

Lovely Tunisian dessert. The perfect flower you can get in the form of a dessert. So delicious easy and innovative dessert

The perfect flower you can get in the form of a dessert. So delicious easy and innovative dessert (Arabic Sweet Recipes)

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

Aish el Saraya a Middle Eastern Dessert! Top it with sugar syrip prepared with Al Wadi Al Akhdar Rose Water and Orange Blossom Water.

Maamouls are typical Lebanese shortbreads, usually stuffed with dates, but which can also be filled with pistachios, almonds or walnuts. #lebanon #cookies #196flavors

Maamouls - Authentic Lebanese Recipe

where to buy arabic sweets in dubai

where to buy arabic sweets in dubai

Lokum or Turkish delight is a sweet treat of Turkish origin, made of starch and sugar, flavored and often garnished with almonds, hazelnuts or pistachios. #Turkey #Turkish #196flavors

Lokum (Turkish Delight) - Traditional Recipe

Lokum or Turkish delight is a sweet treat of Turkish origin, made of starch and sugar, flavored and often garnished with almonds, hazelnuts or pistachios.

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