For the month of October we got to take on one of many bakers’ deepest, darkest kitchen nightmares […]
For the July daring cooks challenge, Kouky from “Cuisine à 4 mains“,challenged us to make Griwech, a popular Algerian dessert that is a full flavoured delicacy that has both a melt-in-the-mouth and a crispy texture
“Griwech” in Algerian Arabic means” crunchy”. These beautifully shaped pastries are made from a yeasted dough that is shaped, fried and then sweetened with orange blossom water flavored honey. The golden exterior is crunchy but the center is soft and chewy. .They are kind of similar to awameh if you have ever tried it.You bite into them, the crunchy outside crackles and you get a little burst of orange blossom honey perfectly balanced by the light and fluffy cooked dough. Simply addictive!
Tarte Tatin is a classic French dessert. You can think of it as an apple pie version of […]
I was the host of the daring cooks April challenge and I chose to challenge everyone to make […]
The perfect poached egg. Tender whites around a warm liquid yolk that oozes out like liquid gold when you cut into it. Place it on top of a salad and it turns into a meal. Place it on top of your favorite vegetables and you have brunch. Layer an English muffin with smoked cheese, roast beef and a poached egg and you have a fancy breakfast to rival that served in hotels and restaurants.
If you have never poached an egg before and you are intimidated by it, don’t be. It is much easier than you think. There are just a couple of “secrets” to learn and you will get perfect poached eggs every single time.
Nabulsi (or naboulsi) cheese is one of the most popular white brined cheeses made in the Middle East. Its name […]
gurt Making your own homemade yogurt is a great way to have a treat that is free of preservatives, chemicals […]
Today we will continue the princess cake tutorial that we started here. In this part you will find […]
My friend Shireen asked me to make a tutorial about a princess cake for the upcoming birthday of her sweet […]
On my way to work, I heard this story on the radio. One day a school teacher asked […]