February 28th, 2014
This cake is moist with delicious crumbling streusel topping. Everyone loved it.
Let’s make German Apple Cake:
February 28th, 2014
Today my blog celebrates its fifth birthday. I remember when I chose the name of the blog and when I published my first post (Batersh). My aim was to spread Syrian cuisine to the world, and still have many recipes want to share with you but the last three years have been tough on me due to the situation in Syria, that’s why I couldn’t update the blog frequently.
For this celebration, my plan was to make a feast full of Syrian dishes, but unfortunatly I couldn’t do that because I’ve been sick since last week. I changed my plan and prepared this easy delicious German Apple Cake. For the recipe of the cake read this post.
Thanks everyone for following Orange Blossom Water.
January 31st, 2014
Today’s post is about two kinds of salads:
1- Salatet Mkhallal Al-Shawandar (Salad prepared with Pickled Beets).
2- Salatet Mkhallal Al-Left (Salad prepared with Pickled Tunrips). I learned it from a chef from Aleppo, and they call it “Salatet Set Kalileh”.
Let’s make Salatet Mkhallal:
November 18th, 2013
Mkhallal is the Arabic word for pickles. Today’s post is about how to make:
1- Mkhallal Al-Fleifleh (Pickled Green Pepper)
2- Mkhallal Al-Khiar (Pickled Cucumber)
3- Mkhallal Al-Khiar Beth-Thoum (Pickled Cucumber, flavored with garlic)
4- Mkhallal Al-Qethaa’ (Pickled Armenian Cucumber)
5- Mkhallal Al-Shawandar (Pickled Beets)
6- Mkhallal Al-Left (Pickled Turnips)
7- Mkhallal Al-Malfouf (Pickled Cabbage)
8- Mkhallal Al-Zaher (Pickled Cauliflower)
Let’s make Mkhallal:
October 5th, 2013
This post is about sweets that I prepared for Eid Al-Fitr (The Eid that comes after Ramadan, it was two months ago).
This post and the previous one (Ramadan Iftar – 2013) are only pictures with brief description and no recipes, the whole idea of blog is not only recipes, but also to let you know about our traditions, and how is the celebration. Eid Al-Adha is after ten days, Happy Eid everyone.
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