Today I’m sharing a favorite recipe from my cookbook; Home-made Zalabia. They’ve been described as fritters, dumplings, and pancakes. But a more fitting description of these beauties is Mini Funnel Cakes, with a Middle Eastern flair.
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But we don’t stop there! Some of the most popular posts in this category are fig related: Candied Figs, Fig Bread, and Fig Newtons, just to name a few. So if you love sweets, you’re sure to find a recipe to satisfy that sweet tooth here!
Lately, I’ve been a little “Loquat Crazy.” You might have noticed this if you follow me on Social Media. This should explain why I’m sharing my second loquat recipe in just under two weeks.
Mulberries are probably my favorite berry, and not just because they remind me of my childhood. Tart when they’re not quite ready, and oh-so-sweet when ripe; I can definitely over-indulge! But besides plucking them off the tree and plopping them in your mouth, you’ll want to make sure you save some for this delicious Mulberry Pie Recipe.
“Nougat” Bars might not sound very Middle Eastern, but the origin of nougat, in fact, is. You see, the earliest nougat recipe was found in a Middle Eastern book in Baghdad, dating back to the 10th century.