Eid Al-Fitr, Sweets – 2010

September 11th, 2010

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No recipes for today, but I want to share with you the list of sweets I prepared for Eid Al-Fitr (last year’s post Eid Al-Fitr, Sweets – 2009).

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More pictures with details:

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Above: Eswaret As-Set

Eswaret As-Set is known in other countries as “Barma” or “Ush Al-Ghorab”, the name in English means “Lady’s Bracelet ” or “Lady’s Wristlet”, it is prepared from phyllo dough that is formed to round shape, then melted ghee is added to each piece, then baked in the oven, then sugar syrup is added and the center is covered with crushed pistachios.

I’ll post the recipe soon. Read the recipe (Eswaret As-Set).

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Above: Barazeq.

I didn’t have time to make them at home, so these are purchased.

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Above: Bousou La Tmssou.

Bousou La Tmssou (Algerian cookies), the dough is almost similar to Ma’amoul Abiad, but the cookies are steeped in orange blossom water after baking them, then dusted with powdered sugar, the cookies are delicate and that’s why they are called Bousou La Tmssou which means “kiss it but don’t touch it”.

I’ll post the recipe soon.

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Above: Apricot Buttons.

I’ll post the recipe soon. Read the recipe (Apricot Buttons).

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Above: Strawberry Buttons.

I’ll post the recipe soon. Read the recipe (Apricot Buttons).

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Above: Chocolate Citrus Truffles.

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Above: Chocolate Cookies.

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Above: Chocolate Thumbprints.

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Above: Mocha Madeleines.

I’ll post the recipe soon. Read the recipe (Mocha Madeleines).

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Above: Peanut Butter Cookies.

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Above: Pink Lemonade Wafers.

I’ll post the recipe soon.

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Above: White Chocolate Orange Dream Cookies.

I’ll post the recipe soon.

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14 Responses to “Eid Al-Fitr, Sweets – 2010”

  1. grazi says:

    it’s wonderfull!!!

    how many delicious sweets!!!!!!

  2. wow, Dimah, you outdid yourself! This is a grand feast! and everything looks so delicious i would be eating and eating nonstop!

  3. rabab says:

    waw!!!! very beautiful, kol am wa anti bi kheir!!!!

  4. Alépine says:

    Magnificent !!! I want to taste everything. Your sweets look so yummy and I like your plates : very stylish !
    Kel 3am wenti bkheir !

  5. kouky says:

    aid mabrouk said!! waou! tes gâteaux sont superbes!! je découvre avec plaisir ton joli blog après à passage chez Paris Alep.bravo et bonne continuation!!

  6. Cherine says:

    First time here, Loved ur blog and all those tasty plates!

  7. Dimah says:

    grazi: Thank you so much for stopping by and for the kind comment!

    tasteofbeirut: Thank you so much for your kind words!

    rabab: Thanks for visiting! hope to see you around again soon :)

    Alepine: Thank you so much for stopping by! you are so sweet :)Eid Said!

    Kouky: Thank you my dear!

    Cherine: Thank you for stopping by! I’m glad you enjoyed the blog :)

  8. kristy says:

    Oh Dimah, these look just spendid! I’m drooling and salivating now. haha…. And I’m going to bookmark all the recipes. Thank you so much for sharing them. I’m so excited and going to make that Eswaret As-set soon. Thanks again and hope you’re enjoying your day.
    Kristy

  9. kristy says:

    Hope to hear from you more often!
    Cheers!

  10. I should’ve celeberate Eid with you! I only made one type of cookies for the Eid.

  11. What beautiful photos! I love Middle Eastern sweets and am lucky to live in Paris where there are many North African sweet shops. Your post inspired me to try my hand at making some myself. Thanks!

  12. Wow what an AMAZING spread!! The Eswaret-As-Set looks fantastic!

  13. Dimah says:

    Kristy: Thank you so much for your kind words! Hope you try Eswaret As-Set soon :)

    Pepy @Indonesia Eats: Thank you! I wish I can celebrate Eid with you and with all my friends :)

    The Mistress of Spices: Thanks for visiting!

    Clare @ Mrs Multitasker: Thank you for your kind words!

  14. Paul says:

    Wow, they look amazing. The buttons look really good but if I could try just one thing i think it would be the Mocha Madeleines.
    Pink lemonade wafers sounds like a great combination though.

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