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Ramadan sweets – Ramadan sweets with pictures
The holy month of Ramadan is one of the times when people in the Arab world frequently eat different kinds of sweets, as they give the energy and calories needed to fast throughout the month. There is no doubt that the traditional sweets varieties have evolved a lot in our Arab world throughout the ages until they reached what they are now, and below are ways of preparing some delicious desserts to decorate the Suhoor and Iftar tables!
Al-Luqimat (to the top of the judge)
Dumplings are dumplings made from flour, sugar, starch, cardamom powder, dry yeast, topped with date syrup, and a few dates molasses to create a distinctive luster.
Porridge porridge (pumpkin)
Popper porridge or pumpkin porridge is a traditional dessert varieties that are widely served in Ramadan and on the days of Eid, and are prepared from milk, sugar, almond flour, butter, rose water, ground cardamom, almond, raisins and ghee.
Aljabab is one of the pies that the Emirates are famous for and it combines sweet flavors such as cardamom, saffron and dates. Fry this pie in a frying pan until it becomes a reddish brown color, and its consistency becomes firm.
Al-Khabees is a mixture of flour, water, sugar, rose water, butter, cardamom, pistachio, Sudanese, cashew and raisins, then slowly cooked over low heat.
Balaleet is a delicious mix of sweetened noodles, eggs, marinated with cardamom and saffron, served with omelette and bread.
Rangeenge is a dessert baked in the oven, and is often served after breakfast. This fancy dessert is prepared from a layer of peeled dates stuffed with almonds and nuts and covered with thick brown flour, and then served after decorating with cinnamon and ground pistachios.
Baklava is one of the famous sweets, and it is very popular with people during the month of Ramadan. The ideal baklava chips are prepared from layers of dough chips, and served with chopped nuts, into small pieces, raisins and cashews, then add honey or syrup (sugar syrup).
Konafa is a delicious dessert with no table in Ramadan. It is prepared from vermicelli, cheese, butter, water, lemon juice, rose water, vanilla extract, almonds, pistachios, cheese, raisins, cinnamon and sugar, and then placed in the oven until it becomes golden in color for 30 to 45 minutes.
Basbousa is an easy-to-prepare dessert, prepared from semolina, butter, sugar, lemon juice, yogurt, and coconut, and dipped in syrup or sugar syrup, and served after garnishing with almonds.
Maamoul is one of the baked pastries, and it is considered to be dates, pistachios, nuts, almonds, figs and other dried fruits, as it is one of the favorite foods that many prefer, especially in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Palestine.
Ali `s mother
Umm Ali is a delicacy of sweets, originating from the Arabian Peninsula, and these savory creamy sweets are usually served after breakfast.