Znoud-el-Sit is a Lebanese dessert, made by rolling thick cream inside white bread, deep frying and then dipping these crispy rolls in a fragrant sugar syrup. Perfect dessert to have during Iftar.

Znoud-el-Sit is a Lebanese dessert, made by rolling thick cream inside white bread, deep frying and then dipping these crispy rolls in a fragrant sugar syrup. Perfect dessert to have during Iftar.

Lebanese Dessert ~ Knafeh! A typical Lebanese dessert that is also served for breakfast! Perfect with a drizzle of syrup prepared using Al Wadi Al Akhdar all natural waters (rose water, orange blossom water) >> http://www.alwadi-alakhdar.com/products/flower-essences

Lebanese Dessert ~ Knafeh! A typical Lebanese dessert that is also served for breakfast! Perfect with a drizzle of syrup prepared using Al Wadi Al Akhdar all natural waters (rose water, orange blossom water) >> http://www.alwadi-alakhdar.com/products/flower-essences

Halawet el jeben - Lebanese dessert made out of cheese dough, ashta custard and rose jam.

Halawet el jeben - Lebanese dessert made out of cheese dough, ashta custard and rose jam.

A very popular dessert throughout the Middle East, this Lebanese Semolina Pudding (Layali Lubnan) includes sweet-tart cranberries, thick coconut cream, ground pistachios, and a floral-scented syrup. This vegan recipe can be whipped up quickly, then it chills in the fridge until you are ready to dig in.

A very popular dessert throughout the Middle East, this Lebanese Semolina Pudding (Layali Lubnan) includes sweet-tart cranberries, thick coconut cream, ground pistachios, and a floral-scented syrup. This vegan recipe can be whipped up quickly, then it chills in the fridge until you are ready to dig in.

''Aish el Saraya'' is a famous Lebanese dessert that is made with French bread slices and Muhallabieh (blancmange) and is cooked in Ramadan, some holydays and fête-days such as ''Eid ul-Fitr''. ''Aish el-Saraya'' means ''the bread of royal palace'' and some people believe it originates in Palestine.

''Aish el Saraya'' is a famous Lebanese dessert that is made with French bread slices and Muhallabieh (blancmange) and is cooked in Ramadan, some holydays and fête-days such as ''Eid ul-Fitr''. ''Aish el-Saraya'' means ''the bread of royal palace'' and some people believe it originates in Palestine.

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