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    A gluten-free tasty sweet breakfast or dessert made especially during the month of Ramadan in the Arabian Gulf - Kuwait, UAE, Oman... Sometimes made with onion and egg. Originally published on http://arabicbites.blogspot.com.

    Recipe #361328

    This is very quick so make it if that is what you want. I made it up for a late night snack. Amounts are approximate.

    Recipe #423880

    Gluten free but not corn free. This is an unleavened Indian flatbread which is made from Jowar, Sorghum here. The flour is gluten-free and so making these rotis (chapattis) is not as easy as making whole wheat rotis/chapattis. Despite not containing gluten, these are quite soft and have a somewhat nutty flavor. Traditionally, eaten for lunch or dinner with a dollop of unsalted home-made butter and garlic chutney, these rotis can be served with any vegetable curry. Recipe originally from http://www.aayisrecipes.com

    Recipe #385083

    Chickpea Fatteh. "The key to this deceptively simple dish is getting all the elements ready as quickly as possible. Abu Hadi's version of this popular Levantine dish is a little different from the typical Beirut one, reflecting his Damascus upbringing. I have taken some liberties with his recipe, such as heating the cumin and paprika in the butter, and adding olive oil. I'm sure Abu Hadi would forgive me; he likes to experiment with new flavors." Modified from a book I do not endorse for content except for the recipes, called Day of Honey by Annia Ciezadlo.

    Recipe #484137

    "Haft Mewa is a compote made from seven different dried fruits and nuts served in their own juices. Traditionally the seven ingredients are as follows: red raisins, black raisins, yellow raisins, senjid (the dried fruit of the oleaster tree), pistachio, dried apricot, and dried apple. This is not a traditional recipe but it is very delicious and don’t fret about the ingredients. This is a very flexible recipe, just use dried fruit and nuts that you have in your pantry!" Recipe found on http://www.afghancooking.net

    Recipe #436161

    "Salata is always light and crunchy, making it a perfect counterpoint to Afghan cuisine’s heavier dishes. Some Afghan cooks consider it a point of pride when the diced vegetables are small and uniform in size. The result reminds a little of a colorful bowl of confetti. For those in Afghanistan who can afford fresh vegetables, salata is a staple on the Afghan table. If you can’t get your hands on any decent tomatoes, hang onto the recipe until you can." Modified recipe off http://www.afghancooking.net by Humaira Ghilzai and Katie Morford.

    Recipe #435969

    ZWT7, Africa. "A wide variety of tropical fruits, both native and non-native, are cultivated in Africa. In Western Africa, the closest thing to a dessert course is the "after-chop" and a popular "after-chop" is fruit salad. In Eastern Africa, Swahili people make a Saladi ya Matunda for dessert (See note at bottom of recipe). One interesting thing about the African fruit salad is the use of the avocado. A perfectly fine fruit salad can be made from just three or four of the ingredients listed below. A fruit salad makes a fine dessert course for an African-style dinner." Modified from, www.congocookbook.com.

    Recipe #455976

    A rich delicious soup. Good as a part of suhoor or futoor (iftar) the meals before sunrise and fajr prayer and after sunset & maghreb prayer during the month of Ramadan. Here is what the original poster had to say, "This is not only the most popular dish in Greece but Albania as well. The two countries share many recipes. The Greek dish however uses olive oil and mint instead of butter and paprika. This is a hearty, flavorful thick soup, perfect with a light meal or cold night." Modified from a recipe found on http://www.yasalamcooking.com.

    Recipe #462844

    ZWT7 Pacific Islands.

    Recipe #370018

    Nice and creamy. I tweaked Recipe #174601 to be vegan although if you aren't vegan then that one is great on its own masha Allah. This is also an Algerian beverage!!

    Recipe #425598

    ZWT6 Finland. "This is a simple sugar cake that goes well with a cup of tea. Most of the Finnish recipes only use candied orange peel to garnish and juice to make the glaze. I've also added grated orange zest to the cake batter to make the cake even more fragrant and tasty." http://nami-nami.blogspot.com. Cooking time is a guess.

    Recipe #424161

    ZWT7 Africa. An intensely sweet dessert. Pretty much coconut candy. If you love shredded coconut, you’ll be in heaven. Make sure to add plenty of cinnamon; the warm spice rounds out the flavor. From, globaltableadventure.com.

    Recipe #456608

    If you ever want to make a recipe that calls for allspice, but you don't have any then this recipe is for you. Gives 1 tsp equivalent. Recipe from http://www.ehow.com.

    Recipe #439907

    5 stars on http://www.celiac.com. Add anything you like to make them special. Blueberries, chopped banana and vanilla or chocolate chips (Live Free brand are soy free), apple pieces and cinnamon with raisins, etc. I find these keep best if I wrap them in aluminum foil while they are still slightly warm.

    Recipe #360337

    POSTED FOR ZAAR WORLD TOUR 5. Try this variation on the classic by adding toasted macadamias. From http://allrecipes.com.au.

    Recipe #370077

    These are definitely 5 stars. Do use muffin cups it makes them a lot more professional looking.

    Recipe #362534

    Delicious and fancy like. "What does pomegranate molasses taste like?... It has that deep, grown-up flavor similar to espresso that makes food taste more sophisticated. But it's not bitter and that makes it totally different in my eyes than regular molasses, which I haven't managed to love yet even though I tried hard." Modified from a fruit salad recipe found on http://www.dinnersanddreams.net.

    Recipe #462845

    Very nice little Middle Eastern shortbread cookies. I like to give these as gifts or make them for tea time. I also make them often for my FIL's diwaniya (men's gathering) to enjoy with their Arabic coffee or tea. Recipe from The Complete Middle East Cookbook by Tess Mallos.

    Recipe #471748

    This tastes exactly like our local Syrian pastry shop. Recipe acquired from http://www.yasalamcooking.com

    Recipe #480968

    For Welcome to Bahrain Tag Game! "This is a traditional Bahraini dish that is quite easy to make. Ba7ari comes from the root word Ba7ar which means sea. I'm not sure why its called this..." Modified from a recipe found on, http://6abkhatummi.blogspot.ca

    Recipe #477472

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