Egyptian Zalabia Balls. Heavenly dessert, eaten freshly fried and drizzled with syrup or sprinkled with powdered sugar.

Egyptian Zalabia Balls. Heavenly dessert, eaten freshly fried and drizzled with syrup or sprinkled with powdered sugar.

"Kunafa" Is One of the most popular & lovely desserts traditionally eaten during Ramadan in Arab and middle-eastern countries. It is served during Iftar, the time between sunset and breaking fast. There are many types of fillings in the basic recipe like cream, cheese and nut. Made by layering cheese in between the crispy thin Kunafa pastry dough.

"Kunafa" Is One of the most popular & lovely desserts traditionally eaten during Ramadan in Arab and middle-eastern countries. It is served during Iftar, the time between sunset and breaking fast. There are many types of fillings in the basic recipe like cream, cheese and nut. Made by layering cheese in between the crispy thin Kunafa pastry dough.

Egyptian Palace Bread (Dessert) from Food.com: 3 ingredients in this simple dessert recipe! It is sweet, tastes a little like a simple bread pudding, and is pretty rich so a small slice is plenty. Posted for Zaar World Tour III. Cook time includes chilling time.

Egyptian Palace Bread (Dessert) from Food.com: 3 ingredients in this simple dessert recipe! It is sweet, tastes a little like a simple bread pudding, and is pretty rich so a small slice is plenty. Posted for Zaar World Tour III. Cook time includes chilling time.

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