Today, I will Live in the moment. Unless it’s unpleasant, in which case, I will eat one more Petit Fours! ❤️🧡💜💚💛💙🤎🤍
🍑 Khoshaf ~ Dried Fruit Compote 🍑
So easy to make and very refreshing!
Repeat after me Mesh-Mesh-Eya!!!🍑🤩
You call it Amar El-Deen Mehalabeya, but we Alexandrians call it Meshmesheya 🍑😉
Apricot Nectar Pudding, one of my glorious childhood Ramadan desserts that will forever have a very special place in my heart 🍑❤️
Here comes the king of all Ramadan drinks and my absolute favorite, Amar El Deen! 🍑☪️
A much welcomed guest on our iftar table every night. Enjoyed as a refreshing cold drink or used to make other classic Ramadan desserts such as Khoshaf (dried fruit salad) or Meshmeshia (apricot nectar pudding). My family loves it!
It’s Atayef (Qatayef or Katayef) Time!! These delicious thin lacey stuffed Middle Eastern pancakes are one of the most popular and loved Ramadan treats; and a staple in our household during this very special month ☪️💐
Time to make some delicious Ramadan desserts, but first, the simple syrup!🍯☪️
The Simple Sugar Syrup is an essential addition to most Middle Eastern desserts. It takes less than 15 minutes to prepare and lasts months in the pantry; so I always make it ahead to have it handy when I need it.
A hearty bowl of “Ful Medames”, which translates to slow cooked Fava Beans Stew, is a staple on our Ramadan iftar table every night, and on weekends all year round! ⭐️♥️🌙 😍
My most favorite of all pickled vegetables – TURNIPS and BEETS! The perfect side to my falafel, shawarma and chicken kebab sandwiches.
Hello Friends 💐
🥒 Homemade Pickles 🥒
Fresh, tangy, refreshing and very easy to make!