[ Arabic ] 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.
The Arabic Alphabet has 28 letters. The shape of these letters changes depending on their position in the word, whether isolated; in the beginning of the word (initial); in the middle (medial); or at the end (final).
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
Mettez du bicarbonate de soude sous vos yeux et les résultats seront incroyables
Ensalada arabe con pan tostado o fattoush فتوش - Una de las ensaladas mas consumidas en el mes de Ramadán es el fattoush o fatush. Se trata de una ensalada completa que lleva muchas hortalizas como el pepino, lechugas, rabanitos, pimientos....y se caracteriza por el uso del pan de pita
Kibbeh is a Lebanese classic dish that consists of beef croquettes made with meat, bulgur wheat, mint leaves, pine nuts, onions and Middle Eastern spices!
Egyptian Eid Cookies AKA Kahk
Eyptian Eid Cookies or Kahk is a special dessert that is associated with happy occasions in the Egyptian traditions. These mouth watering cookies appear on the Egyptian Muslims’ table yearly in Eid-el fitr that comes after Ramadan and bi-yealry on the Egyptian Christians’ table in Christmas and Easter day. Also when a girl is married, her family packs the newly-wed pantry with this kind of cookies. It is said that these cookies have ancient origin as there are drawings in some of the…