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I am going to show you how to make Date Paste that is used in many Arabic desserts and cookies. And if you don't bake, then this will become your new Nutella , used as a topping from your waffles to your yogurt! - 100.267
Shish Barak is the ravioli of middle eastern cuisine. Filled with meat and cooked in the delicate yogurt sauce, it is a true delicacy and show of the culinary expertise of the Arabic culture. Take a look at the video for details. - 115.125
Mediterranean Stuffed Date Cookie Maamoul
Here is a video for small stuffed shortbread pastries called Maamoul. The chef diligently explains this recipe with all the interesting updates that would make this recipe a sure success. This amazing video is a must watch and do remember to make this dish... - 126.009
1. In a food processor, grind the walnuts to powder. Transfer in to a large bowl.
2. In a mortar, put the mastic pebbles with 1 teaspoon granulated sugar and crush it with a pestle (if using mastic). Transfer it into the bowl with walnut... - 122.244
Bacon Wrapped Medjool Dates
Dry or soft dates are eaten out-of-hand, or may be pitted and stuffed with fillings such as almonds, walnuts, candied orange and lemon peel, tahini, marzipan or cream cheese. Pitted dates are also referred to as stoned dates. Partially dried pitted dates may... - 125.642
Bread With Zaatar
Cut each loaf of bread into 8 wedges.
Separate the wedges so that each loaf offers 16 wedges.
Mix the remaining ingredients together to form a paste.
Brush the coarse side of each of the wedges with a bit of the paste.
Place on a cookie sheet, and broil until... - 28.8532
Bread With Zaartar
Did I say this recipe of bread with zaartar is something really worth making? Why don't you try it and judge for yourself. An assortment of fabulous flavors, the bread with zaartar recipe is one of those asian dishes you simply shouldn't miss. Tell me how you... - 30.1932