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    Yet another Egyptian Marie Henein recipe. Serves 4. This is a way of preparing fava beans, which are commonly eaten as a breakfast food in Egypt. The ingredients tend to be common for the dish but may be varied in their quantities.

    Recipe #394650

    Bread means 'eish. 'Eish es Saraya literally the bread of the palaces is an appellation laden with images of one thousand and one dreams and totally appropriate to this delectable dessert. This layered dessert can turn any dinner party into an unforgettable experience. Kishta is a double cream of thick consistency that can be bought from Middle-Eastern pastry shops or supermarkets. A good substitute is double cream or fresh cream.

    Recipe #394631

    These are not difficult, but they are time-consuming; you have to methodically hand-fold each triangle out of a strip of phyllo dough. But once they are done, you can freeze and enjoy them at a later date. Because the rose water syrup should be ice-cold when served over Syrian pastries, it must be prepared five to six hours ahead of time or the night before to allow enough time to chill in the refrigerator. Rose water is available at Middle Eastern markets. Serves 15 to 20 (about 81 phyllo triangles)

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