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Middle Eastern Milk Pudding (with orange blossom water)

Syrian Barazek cookies (NiletoRockiesCuisine)

Crispy edges, chewy middle, sesame seeds on one side, pistachio chunks on the other ,this is how I can describe this delicious Syrian cookies. one fine day, I’ve decided to try sending my kids to sch

Middle Eastern almond cookies with orange blossom water/ Délices d'Orient: Ghribia d'amandes

[ Arabic ] Mafroukeh is a Lebanese dessert made of semolina, pistachios, sugar and butter infused with sugar syrup, orange blossom water and rose water. It is filled with a delicious rich cream. Drizzle sugar syrup over these mini mafroukeh just before serving.

Halawet el jeben - Lebanese dessert made out of cheese dough, ashta custard and rose jam

Spice Pudding - the Middle Eastern way to welcome a newborn baby.

Verrine pommes erable

Chai Haleeb

An Arabian Gulf popular rich and sweet hot tea drink. Usually served for breakfast or dinner with khoubiz al tanoor. In the older days, when cheese, jam and cereals were not known, chai haleeb and khoubiz were the daily breakfast and dinner for most people. 1 tablespoon black tea 3-1/2 cups water 2-1/2 cups milk …

calisson à la mousse d'orange

Mahalabiya (مهلبية)- Egyptian Milk Custard

Mahalabiya Arabic Milk Pudding: Mahalabia محلبية Mahalabiya is a sweet Arab dessert similar to blancmange, made of milk and sugar, and thickened with cornstarch then laced with rose water or orange blossom water. It is often eaten during Ramadan after iftar or for the dawn meal of suhor. It can be garnished with with ground pistachio and almonds or cinnamon, raisins and shredded coconut depending on preference.