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Sfouf is by far one of my favorite Lebanese desserts. It's a moist cake characterized by its intense yellow color from the turmeric spice. It is made from semolina, flour, oil, sugar, and aniseed w...

Sfouf (Semolina Anise Tea Cake)

[ 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.

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.

Sfoof - Vegan Lebanese Yellow Tea Cake recipe on Food52

Sfoof - Vegan Lebanese Yellow Tea Cake

Nammoura or Lebanese semolina cake  Photo © Will Travel for Food

Nammoura or Lebanese semolina cake Photo © Will Travel for Food . this was one of Nijim's favorite Middle Eastern desserts .

Namoura, Middle Eastern Semolina bars, @ Al Bohsali in Beirut

Al Bohsali: Middle Eastern Pastries

Namoura, Middle Eastern Semolina bars, @ Al Bohsali in Beirut. In Egypt, we call it Bassbousa

Maamoul Mad Bil Ashta....A specialty that has clotted cream (ashta) incased in a semolina-butter cake, flavored with orange blossom water | Hadia's Lebanese Cuisine

Lebanese Semolina Cake filled with cream--- just amazing !A specialty that has clotted cream (ashta) incased in a semolina-butter cake, flavored with orange blossom water

Basbousa - an easy Middle Eastern semolina cake drenched in cinnamon syrup and topped w/ coconut and shaved almonds!

Corn in lieu of semolina? Gluten free hack Basbousa - an easy Middle Eastern semolina cake drenched in cinnamon syrup and topped w/ coconut and shaved almonds!

Kashta is a basic filling for desserts that come from the Arabic world. If you do live in the Middle East you could buy this cream ready made from a local grocer, or even canned! The canned version...

Kashta {قشطة}

Kashta is a basic filling for desserts that come from the Arabic world. If you do live in the Middle East you could buy this cream ready made from a local grocer, or even canned! The canned version…

One of the things that I can't seem to get used to in this whole expat experience is this endless summer! Even after 18 months in the country, I can't wrap my brain around the idea that it is almos...

A great recipe for 'Hareesa' (Middle Eastern semolina cake) by chef in disguise. Also sharing for the cut pattern.

Wooden maamoul mould.It is used especially for traditional cookie.It %100 organic and handmade(4 pieces,4 Style) http://etsy.me/1jvh6zR

Lebanese Date Pastries

From Tony Kitous, this Lebanese recipe is an unusual sweet. The cookies, or maamoul, blend floral orange blossom, sticky dates and a crunch of pistachio.

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