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    Recipe #295523

    A delicious recipe that is great for family gatherings. This is one variation of it, there are several.

    Recipe #295521

    soft, delicious, confection. The word halva (alternatively halwa, halvah, halava, helva, halawa etc.), originally derived from the Arabic root (sweet), is used to describe many distinct types of sweet confection, across the Middle East, Central Asia, South Asia, and the Balkans. Halva based on semolina is popular in India, Iran, Turkey, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. Another common type, based on tahini (sesame paste), is more popular in the eastern Mediterranean and Balkan regions, in countries such as Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Greece, Cyprus, Israel, Lebanon, Macedonia,Albania, Serbia, Croatia,Bosnia & Herzegovina Northern Cyprus, Syria, Central Asia, Caucasus region and Turkey as well as the Palestinian territories. Halva may also be made from a variety of other ingredients, including sunflower seeds, various nuts, beans, lentils, and vegetables—such as carrots, pumpkins, yams, and squashes

    Recipe #295405

    Comlek. A traditional Albanian recipe I think you will find delightful.

    Recipe #276178

    This is a fried pastry that is traditionally eaten in the Balkans and some parts of the middle-east most notably Turkey. This version however is an old Albanian recipe and is used in Albanian speaking areas within the republic, Macedonia, southern Serbia, and Northern Greece. ENJOY!

    Recipe #276175


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