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    HOW TO MAKE BAKLAWA / BAKLAVA with PHOTOS!!!

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    Jannah-red
    Tue May 19, 2009 6:15 pm
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    Thaaaaankyou, I only have time for a short answer right now, will try and remember to come back on tomorrow, I too have the mushy brain syndrome, maybe it's contageous icon_lol.gif I tried to put cereal in the washing machine instead of detergent, went to get the boiled kettle for my cuppa and then tried to turn the oven on instead of the washine machine icon_rolleyes.gif

    Ok a Bradford stalking I will go icon_razz.gif will Leicester do, I have in-laws there and not sure how close to Bradford it is but it is up north icon_biggrin.gif I will be checking on the map, to see if we'll be nearly neighbours haha icon_wink.gif

    As for the chinese pastry thingies/filo all the algerians I know use it too and I know there are women who make warka and sell it in the markets in Algeria, so even there they don't always make it icon_wink.gif I do have a recipe for it, I translated from a book, but it's doubtful many would make it. I think the demo would mainly help people learn how to fold them because things like that are awkward to explain without demonstration. This is why I called you our Gateaux Imene, because that lady brings out her books with step by step pics and instructions, trouble is all the books are in french and difficult to get here. Not to mention the moulds you talked of icon_sad.gif

    Why don't you publish a book? icon_biggrin.gif Like in print!

    You know I wish they would develop the forum here a bit, it's annoying not seeing what you're replying to while you're writing, alhamdulilah!

    I look forward to your list, it will make it easier, and yes I usually just go to your profile and go straight to your list (I have noticed most recipes are yours)

    Also Tunisian recipes are like recipes of the east of Algeria, like Chaoui country (Biskra, Basra etc) more spicy!

    I have said before, if there was more tourism in Algeria there would be more english algerian cookbooks, because people like to eat what they ate on holiday, and that's why there are many more Moroccan and Tunisian cookbooks!! icon_idea.gif

    Anyway toodles for now, salam Ms magic fingers!!! icon_wink.gif
    Jannah-red
    Tue May 19, 2009 6:17 pm
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    I just noticed, my short answer is not very short, alhamdulilah for you it wasn't a long one then icon_lol.gif
    Um Safia
    Tue May 19, 2009 6:23 pm
    Forum Host
    Jannah-red wrote:
    I just noticed, my short answer is not very short, alhamdulilah for you it wasn't a long one then icon_lol.gif


    icon_lol.gif yep, if that's your short answer I don't know what your long one would be like!

    I lughed at your cereal in the washer fun, must be the weather or something.

    If you want to see what you're replying to, just hit the Quote button on whichever post you want to reply to icon_wink.gif

    A cookbool...............maybe one day icon_biggrin.gif
    Jannah-red
    Thu Jun 11, 2009 5:35 pm
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    Well it would be nice to get an Algerian cookbook in English at long last!
    Chabear01
    Sun Aug 30, 2009 2:09 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    I am in total awe of you!!! You made the dough!!! Jez I just run to the market for mine...you sure put me in my place, and you made it look so doggone easy too.

    You are my new hero!!! WTG Girl!!! icon_smile.gif icon_smile.gif icon_smile.gif
    Um Safia
    Sun Sep 06, 2009 1:41 pm
    Forum Host
    Chabear01 wrote:
    I am in total awe of you!!! You made the dough!!! Jez I just run to the market for mine...you sure put me in my place, and you made it look so doggone easy too.

    You are my new hero!!! WTG Girl!!! icon_smile.gif icon_smile.gif icon_smile.gif



    Awwww thanks! icon_razz.gif It really is as easy as it looks! To be honest I've never bought phyllo as it's so much better homemade & simple enough.
    Jannah-red
    Thu Sep 23, 2010 11:00 am
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    Can I have some recipes for these please "enveloppes, cornettes, m'chekla, l'escargot"

    salam btw long time no see icon_smile.gif icon_rolleyes.gif sorry my computer bit the dust, do try to read what you're up to when I can though and a belated Eid Mubarik icon_lol.gif
    Jannah-red
    Thu Sep 23, 2010 11:01 am
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    Um Safia wrote:
    icon_rolleyes.gif icon_lol.gif OK, I will have to brush up on my skills for those two! I don't have the special little moulds either, although I keep asking for family to send / bring me some!

    I keep meaning to post some more helouwa recipes but the intricate ones definitely need a tutorial link - there's no way you could make them without having seen how they're made first is there?!

    I am well practised with enveloppes, cornettes, m'chekla, l'escargot & the other common ones. I will probably do some kind of 'special piece' in the run up to Eid for these.

    I make about 12 large trays of helouwa each Eid so I could probably make them & photograph them as I go along icon_biggrin.gif


    oops thought I was quoting this... icon_rolleyes.gif
    Um Safia
    Thu Sep 23, 2010 12:21 pm
    Forum Host
    Jannah-red wrote:
    Can I have some recipes for these please "enveloppes, cornettes, m'chekla, l'escargot"

    salam btw long time no see icon_smile.gif icon_rolleyes.gif sorry my computer bit the dust, do try to read what you're up to when I can though and a belated Eid Mubarik icon_lol.gif


    Well helloooo Jannah! Salam, it's good to see you here again icon_biggrin.gif

    I've just moved house and haven't really made a decent effort to unpack yet lol but I will have a look through my recipe boxes and see where my tried and true recipes for enveloppes, cornettes, m'chekla and l'escargot are. If I can't find them I'll get the recipes from my algerian heloua & patisserie books for you.

    Eidkum mubarak to you and your family.
    UmmBinat
    Thu Sep 23, 2010 8:53 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Salam alaikum,

    Eid Mubarak to you both and may I recommend Baklava for a delicious different baklava than the traditional flavours in Middle Eastern sweets.

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