Eid Al-Adha, Sweets – 2017

September 7th, 2017

Eid Al-Adha “Festival of Sacrifice” or “Greater Eid”, Eid Al-Adha annually falls on the 10th day of the month of Dhul Hijja of the lunar Islamic calendar. It is celebrated all around the world, where people families visit, kids are given money, and Eid sweets are served to well-wishers and relatives. And like each year this post is about the sweets I prepared for Eid.

Read the Archive:

Eid Al-Fitr, Sweets – 2009

Eid Al-Fitr, Sweets – 2010

Eid Al-Fitr, Sweets – 2013

Eid Al-Fitr, Sweets – 2014

Eid Al-Fitr, Sweets – 2015

Eid Al-Fitr, Sweets – 2016

Eid Al-Adha, Sweets – 2009

Eid Al-Adha, Sweets – 2010

Eid Al-Adha, Sweets – 2015

Eid Al-Adha, Sweets – 2016

Eid Al-Fitr, Sweets – 2017

More pictures with details:

Above: Assorted Oriental Sweets

A fine selection of premium oriental sweets from a well known Syrian brand “Semiramis“.

From top:
Knafeh Bel-Fustuq: A square of two decadent layers of roasted knafeh with a sweet chopped pistachio filling.

Warbat Snoubar: Sweetened fine filo pastry stuffed with crushed pine nuts.

‘Esh Al-Bulbul Bel-Fustuq (Bird’s nest): Premium pistachio nuts are set within a roasted knafeh nest. Bite sized and crunchy, one is simply not enough.

Asabe’e Kajo (Cashwe Finger): Chopped & sweetened cashew nuts rolled into light filo pasty dough. Baked to perfection and smothered with sugar syrup.

Knafeh Ballouriyeh: A square of two decadent layers of knafeh with a sweet chopped pistachio filling. The name “Ballouriyeh” came from the Arabic word “Ballour” which is in English “Glass”, so the color of Knafeh should not change during baking.

Above: Barazeq

Barazeq: Thin round cookies dipped in sesame seeds and pistachios. These are also from Syrian brand “Semiramis“.

Above: Homemade Ma’amoul

Shape with star: Ma’amoul Bet-Tamer (Date Ma’amoul)

Seashell: Ma’amoul Bel-Burtuqal (Orange Ma’amoul)

Ma’amoul Bel-Jouz (Walnut Ma’amoul)

Ma’amoul Bel-Fustuq Al-Halabi (Pistachio Ma’amoul)

Check my post Ma’amoul for recipe.

Above: Cookies with Almond

Cookies filled with Almond Paste (ground almond with masitc and orange blossom water).

Above: Homemade Bouso La Tmssou

Above: Homemade Bouso La Tmssou

This is another version. The dough is different than the previous one, the cookies are dipped in Lemon juice instead of orange blossom water then coated with confectioner sugar.

Above: Homemade Assorted Cookies

Round: Diafet Jouz Al-Hind (Coconut Macaroons).

‘Ein w Hajib, which means Eye and brow. Moroccan cookies filled with peanut paste (ground peanut with sugar and orange blossom water).

Round: Cinnamon Sablé, filled with homemade apricot jam and dusted with confectioner sugar.

Flower: Cocoa Sablé, filled with homemade strawberry jam or caramel and dipped in dark chocolate.

Heart: Sablé flavored with Nescafe, filled with homemade strawberry jam or caramel and dipped in dark chocolate.

Above: Homemade Ka’ek Al-Eid Al-Maleh

Note: This post is not sponsored. I purchased the sweets from my favorite brands, they don’t know me or my blog.

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