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10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021

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Ramadan brings out the best of us. We celebrate it with compassion, care for others and sweets! Here is a list of the amazing desserts consumed after a long day of fasting and enjoyed with a cup of coffee or tea.

QATAYEF – The Middle Eastern version of pancakes! Fried or Baked, Nuts or Cream! All Goodness! Drizzled with rose water syrup!




a plate of food: 10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021


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10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021





a plate of food: 10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021


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10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021


Umm Ali – Traditional Egyptian (now pan Arab) version of bread pudding with raisins and nuts!




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10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021


LUQAIMAT – The small balls of delicious, crunchy sweetness with drizzle of honey!




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10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021

BAKLAVA- Who does not know Baklava?! The layered pastry dessert made of filo pastry, filled with chopped nuts, and sweetened with syrup or honey!




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10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021

KUNAFA – Slice of heaven! Shredded filo pastry, or alternatively fine semolina dough, soaked in sweet, sugar-based syrup, and typically layered with cheese, or with other ingredients such as clotted cream or nuts!




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10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021

BASBOUSA – made from a semolina batter and cooked in a pan, then sweetened with orange flower water, rose water or simple syrup, and typically cut into diamond shapes!




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10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021

AISH EL-SARAYA –  Fragrant scented sweetened breadcrumbs, topped with a cream referred to as ashta (Sort of like an Arabic clotted cream) and garnished with pistachios




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10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021

FETEER – A flaky Egyptian layered pastry. It consists of many thin layers of dough and ghee and an optional filling!




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10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021


HALAWAT EL JIBN – Levantine dessert made of a semolina and cheese dough, filled with cream!




a piece of cake on a plate: 10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021


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10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021


MAAMOOL – a filled butter cookie made with semolina flour. The filling can be made with dried fruits like figs or dates or nuts such as pistachios or walnuts and occasionally almonds!




10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021


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10 Traditional Iftar Desserts To Try This Ramadan 2021


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