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    These cookies are light, buttery and aromatic. Wonderful with a cup of tea.

    Recipe #232146

    From the Betty Crocker site. 2007 Prize winning recipe submitted by Joan Ranzini .

    Recipe #230856

    From Betty Crocker, Prize-Winning Recipe 2007

    Recipe #230412

    Betty Crocker,prize winning 2007 recipe. It should read 1 box Betty Crocker peanut butter cookie mix, but for some reason Zaar would not except it.

    Recipe #230411

    These cookies are fudgy,chewy and chocolaty. Betty Crocker, prize winning 2007 recipe.

    Recipe #230408

    It sounds delicious, but I might never know for sure since we don't get frozen concentrates.

    Recipe #199566

    Chai Adani is one of my favorite teas. It's served every where all year round, you can get it at humble road side tea stands to fancy coffee shops. The ginger and cloves are the most dominant flavours in this lovely tea. If you don't have loose tea you may use a tea bag. Tea is drank very sweet here, so add sugar to taste.

    Recipe #199390

    I found this recipe on another site and modified it slightly.These babies are rich and extremely chocolaty. They almost brownie like chewy, dense and fudgy, with a wrinkled appearance. Whatever you do, don't over bake them and use good quality chocolate and cocoa. I use Lindt 70% cocoa bittersweet chocolate. Next time I'll try adding some chocolate chunks and walnuts to it (although they fine as is, also making them using a 1 tsp measure as they are rich.

    Recipe #199323

    Recipe #199149

    I have not tried this recipe as yet. I saw it in the newspaper and decided to post it here.I have finaly got down to trying this recipe and I have to agree with the other reviwers these wedges are rather bland as is. I have amended the quanities of the spices.

    Recipe #133646

    Almost like eating hummus but with a more subtle flavour.

    Recipe #133629

    A very easy salad, which is a very common salad in the whole of the middle east. The dressing is optional.

    Recipe #133625

    Please use a strong tea like any China tea, English breakfast or Earl Grey. Herbal teas which do not contain tannin is unsuitable.

    Recipe #133553

    A traditional custard eaten in Saudi and neighbouring Gulf countries.

    Recipe #133385

    These cookies are made all over the Middle East. Each country and each household has their favourite recipe. The traditional shape is a horse shoe with the 2 ends pinched together and a nut is placed where they meet. I only do that if I am receiving guests or for a special occasion.

    Recipe #133292

    Lovely thick dip sorta salad. It calls for one whole chilli,I normaly add only 1/4 tsp of minced chilie. Bear in mind some times it all lumps up together, just give it a good mixing if necessary add in more water till smooth. When serving as a dip I prefere leaving the parsley and chili out.

    Recipe #133207

    A lovely cooling salad Serve with rice dishes or grills.

    Recipe #133169

    This dish is my ultimate comfort food. It's commonly eaten in winter and during the month of Ramadan for the pre-dawn breakfast, but for me it's a regular at least 2 or 3 times a month. Its always served with doggos (Saudi salsa). (Note: in Saudi the thigh and drumstick is not disjointed and is served as one portion).

    Recipe #132957

    Its very easy to make and it stays in the freezer for along time.

    Recipe #130004

    This drink is very popular in Saudi and is served in most restaurants. Different syrups are used in this manner to create different variants but this one is my favourite. The other popular variation is to use club soda instead of the lemonade soda, which makes it dry. I prefer the lemonade soda

    Recipe #129960

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