Ka’ak El Eid with Anise and DatesBy baidooneThese cookies are called Ka'ak El Eid with Anise and Dates. They are quite popular in the Levant. They're not too sweet and they have a lovely flavor and aroma from the anise (yansoon) which the cookies are named after.Mafrouka with cream and pistachiosBy baidooneMafrouka with cream and pistachios .. be creative by presenting the best oriental sweets on your table and learn the easiest ways to make mafrouka desserts with the taste of good cream and distinctive pistachios
Traditional Almond Graybeh (Middle Eastern Shortbread Cookie)By ksalmanAlmond graybeh is a traditional Middle Eastern butter cookie that is delicate, light, pure white and melts in your mouth. Almond graybeh is baked especially for Easter and Christmas. The recipe makes so many cookies (4 dozen!) that it’s perfect for weddings, graduation parties, or anytime you want lots of incredibly delicious cookies to share.Baked Lebanese Pumpkin kibbehBy baidooneThis Pumpkin Kibbeh is a vegan version of the traditional Lebanese bulgur and meat Kibbeh. The spicy filling of this Kibbeh is cooked in a baking dish between two layers of flavorful bulgur wheat dough.
Lebanese Sweet Bread Ka’ik (Kaak)By ksalmanTraditional Lebanese sweet bread Kaak ( Ka’ik) which can be eaten at anytime of the day, toasted for breakfast, with a cup of tea , or as a dessert with a cup of coffee.Ballouria Pistachio BaklavaBy ksalmanBallouria with pistachios is one of the most famous Arabic sweets. It is made with konafa dough and stuffed with pistachios, it has a distinctive taste.Maamoul Cookies With WalnutsBy baidooneLearn how to make delicious Middle Eastern Maamoul cookies wih walnuts like a pro. Serve during religious holidays such as Eid, Easter or Christmas.
Pistachio Maamoul (Maamoul Bi Fistok)By baidoonePistachio maamoul is a Middle Eastern cookie served during many occasions including Eid, christmas and easter holidays.Maamoul (Arabian Date Filled Cookies)By baidooneMaamoul is a delicious traditional Middle Eastern cookie that is typically made on religious holidays such as Eid, Easter or Christmas. Ma'amoul are usually made a few days before the holiday then stored to be served with Arabic coffee and chocolate to guests who come during the holiday.