Eid Al-Adha, Sweets – 2018

August 23rd, 2018

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-Fitr, Sweets – 2017

Eid Al-Fitr, Sweets – 2018

Eid Al-Adha, Sweets – 2009

Eid Al-Adha, Sweets – 2010

Eid Al-Adha, Sweets – 2015

Eid Al-Adha, Sweets – 2016

Eid Al-Adha, Sweets – 2017

More pictures with details:

Above: Homemade Eswaret As-Set

Eswaret As-Set is kind of baklava known in other countries as “Barma” or “Ush Al-Ghorab”.  The name “Eswaret As-Set” 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 and baked in the oven. After baking, sugar syrup flavored with orange blossom water is added and the center is filled with crushed pistachios. I made the phyllo dough.

Above: Homemade Ma’amoul

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

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

Check my post Ma’amoul for recipe.

Above: Homemade Ma’amoul Abiad

Above: Tcharak Msakar

Tcharak (Horn of the Gazelle) is Algerian crescent shaped pastries. There are many types of Tcharak, the one I made is called “Tcharek Msakar” which means coated with sugar. The dough is prepared from flour, melted ghee, and orange blossom water. The filling is ground almond, powdered sugar, and orange blossom water. After baking, the pastries are dipped in orange blossom water then coated with powdered sugar.

Above: Homemade Cookies with Dates

Above: Cinnamon Sablé

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

Above: Homemade Assorted Cookies

Leaf: Sablé flavored with lemon and orange zest, filled with homemade apricot jam.

Cocoa Sablé, filled with homemade strawberry jam and dipped in dark chocolate.

Above: Homemade Assorted Tart

Filling: Chocolate and Pistachio Cream

Above: Coconut Cookies Truffles

Above: Ka’ek Al-Eid Al-Maleh

 

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5 Responses to “Eid Al-Adha, Sweets – 2018”

  1. M says:

    Everything looks so delicious Dimah!! Do you think you could post the recipe about how you made the phyllo dough for the eswaret as-set?

  2. Marta says:

    كعب الغزال

    Eid mubarak I hope, dear Dimah, here you have some Spanish sweets very similar to those horn gazelle, we know the magrebi كعب الغزال

    Take a look
    http://arqueolgicadanza.blogspot.com/2013/06/mormentera-alcantari.html

  3. Divya says:

    Dimah wish you happy eid too. I love your recipes, pictures and the way you prepare. I always wonder you cook so many sweets, who are the lucky people who get to eat. I wish I stayed in your neighbourhood. Till then I am happy with pictures. Divya

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