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White Chocolate Chip Muffins

January 10th, 2010

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Let’s make White Chocolate Chip Muffins:

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Kraim Ath-Thoum

January 8th, 2010

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Kraim Ath-Thoum or Garlic Sauce is very popular in Syria, it is served with Shish Tawouk, grilled chicken, Shawerma, and french fries.

There are different recipes, some use mayonnaise or whole eggs or egg yolk or egg white or boiled potato. I don’t eat any kind of food that has raw eggs, so I make this sauce using cornflour.

Let’s make Kraim Ath-Thoum:

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Halaweh Tehiniyeh

January 4th, 2010

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This post is related to : Typical Syrian Breakfast

In Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan and Palestine, halaweh is typically the sesame or tahini-based form, which can be flavored in various ways and may include pistachios, almonds or chocolate.

Sesame Halaweh (Halawa), The primary ingredients in this confection are sesame seeds or paste (tahini), and sugar,  or glucose. Bois de Panama, called “Shersh Al-Halaweh” is added to stabilize the oils in the mixture or create a distinctive texture for the resulting confection.

Other ingredients and flavorings such as pistachio nuts, vanilla, or chocolate are often added to the basic tahini and sugar base.

In Syria, Halaweh is served with Syrian cheeses and Arabic flat bread.

Let’s make Halaweh Tehiniyeh and Cheese Wrap Sandwich:

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