Basbousa (Egypt)

Basbousa is a traditonal Middle Eastern sweet cake made from semolina, the same wheat used in pasta and couscous. This sweet cake is usually¬†soaked in simple syrup and can be eaten with nuts, heavy cream, or plain. There are so many variations of semolina treats so we’d like to thank The Mediterranean Dish for sharing … More Basbousa (Egypt)

Dukkah (Egypt)

Dukkah, pronounced doo-kah, is an Egyptian spice mixture named from the Arabic term for pounding. This fragrant condiment has a distinct nutty taste and is commonly found in markets of the Middle East, especially Egypt. Thank you to the Spruce Eats for this recipe. Ingredients 3/4 cup sesame seeds 1/2 cup roasted chickpeas 1/4 cup … More Dukkah (Egypt)