Archive for the ‘Syrian Breakfast’ Category

Mrabba Al-Qare’e Al-Mabshour

December 28th, 2018

This post is related to : Syrian Breakfast

When making Mrabba Al-Qare’e and Mrabba Al-Qare’e Al-Halabi, you will get pieces of pumpkin slices that are irregular in shape or small, these residues can’t be used to make the first two kinds of jam, and they are used to make Mrabba Al-Qare’e Al-Mabshour (Shredded Pumpkin Jam).

Let’s make Mrabba Al-Qare’e Al-Mabshour:


Mrabba Al-Qare’e

October 29th, 2018

This post is related to : Typical Syrian Breakfast

“Mrabba Al-Qare’e” or “Mrabba Al-Yaqtin” (Pumpkin Jam) is very popular in Syria. You would be surprised how delicious it is. Today I’ll share the recipe of Pumpkin Jam of Hama, and next post will be “Mrabba Al-Qare’e Al-Halabi” which is the recipe of Aleppo, then Mrabba Al-Qare’e Al-Mabshour (Shredded Pumpkin Jam).

Let’s make Mrabba Al-Qare’e:


Fattet Qamar Ad-Din

July 31st, 2018

Qamar Ad-Din is dried apricot paste, the origin of Qamar Ad-Din is Syria. Qamar Ad-Din is used with various recipes such as Sharab Qamar Ad-Din, Fattet Qamar Ad-Din, Mhlabiyeh (Qamar Ad-din Pudding) and Nqou’eiyeh (Qamar Ad-Din cooked with rice).

Fattet Qamar Ad-Din is Sharab Qamar Ad-Din eaten with crispy flat bread, a specialty of Hama and Aleppo. In Aleppo, it is named Mariset Qamar Ad-Din. It is an easy recipe, a simple dish, yet delicious. Eaten in summer as breakfast, lunch or snack.

Let’s Make Fattet Qamar Ad-Din:


Daqqah Hamwiyeh

March 31st, 2018

Daqqah Hamwiyeh is a specialty of Hama. Made of ground Aleppo pepper, ka’ek crumbs, onion, tahini, pomegranate molasses, olive oil and chopped walnuts. It is normally eaten with Arabic flat bread as part of the breakfast or supper, or as a snack.

Let’s make Daqqah Hamwiyeh:


Syrian Breakfast

February 28th, 2018

Breakfast in Syria is an event itself. Syrian Breakfast usually consists of of an assortment of small plates, served with Arabic flat bread and tea. The whole family sits together, There are no plates. Breakfast is eaten communally – everyone has a piece of bread and dips it into the various items. Thus, each dish must be laid out in a pattern, such that each person can reach each plate with their little chunks of bread. Most of the foods served for breakfast are called “Hawadir” – readies or foods that are ready to eat from the pantry or refrigerator.

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