My mom used to make this. It's similar to dried fruit soaked in sugar water called Khushaaf. Only no sugar water here just juice. These are great for 1 year old's and above because it plumps up the raisins and makes them juicy and easy to eat.
When you're done just drink the juice or mix it with water for your toddler. You can also top these on yogurt or oatmeal or your favorite dish. Great for baking too!
Sabaayad is a Somali flat bread made with flour and then it is cooked on a hot griddle. It can be rolled with butter and sugar or honey and it is good with cup of tea. Or it is eaten with stews and sauces. from www.mysomalifood.com
Homemade pizza Egyptian style. Use my favorite dough recipe for this and roll them into little pies or any size you want. My hubby likes his with any salty olives also and any cheese works. The key here is the Egyptian meats :)
These fritters, of West African origin, are popular throughout the West Indies and Caribbean and are called "Stamp-and-Go" in Jamaica. These are also made during Ramadan for Iftar or Eid by Muslims of the Caribbean.