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Tahina

Tahina is used in Lebanese. Armenian. Greek, Iranian, Palestinian. Turkish, Iraqi. Levantine, North African and Bulgarian cuisines. Tahina is served as a dip on its own or as a major component of hummus, baba ghanoush, and hal va.

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Halawa

Halawa” (sweetness in Arabic) usually refers to a tahini (sesame paste) -based Middle Eastern dessert sometimes flavored with pistachio, almond or chocolate. However, Halawa, Halwa or Halva can be prepared with flour, semolina, rice-flour or corn-starch instead of tahini thus giving it different textures and tastes“Halawa” (sweetness in Arabic) usually refers to a tahini (sesame paste) -based Middle Eastern dessert sometimes flavored with pistachio, almond or chocolate. However, Halawa, Halwa or Halva can be prepared with flour, semolina, rice-flour or corn-starch instead of tahini thus giving it different textures and tastes

Malban

Malban is a traditional form of fruit leather prepared late in the summer. It was a way of preserving summer grapes to enjoy them in the winter months.Malban is a traditional form of fruit leather prepared late in the summer. It was a way of preserving summer grapes to enjoy them in the winter months.

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HALAWA

Halawa” (sweetness in Arabic) usually refers to a tahini (sesame paste) -based Middle Eastern dessert sometimes flavored with pistachio, almond or chocolate. However, Halawa, Halwa or Halva can be prepared with flour, semolina, rice-flour or corn-starch instead of tahini thus giving it different textures and tastes“Halawa” (sweetness in Arabic) usually refers to a tahini (sesame paste) -based Middle Eastern dessert sometimes flavored with pistachio, almond or chocolate. However, Halawa, Halwa or Halva can be prepared with flour, semolina, rice-flour or corn-starch instead of tahini thus giving it different textures and tastes

TAHINA

Tahina is used in Lebanese. Armenian. Greek, Iranian, Palestinian. Turkish, Iraqi. Levantine, North African and Bulgarian cuisines. Tahina is served as a dip on its own or as a major component of hummus, baba ghanoush, and hal va.

MARZIPAN

Marzipan is a confection consisting primarily of sugar or honey and almond meal (ground almonds), sometimes augmented with almond oil or extract.Marzipan is a confection consisting primarily of sugar or honey and almond meal (ground almonds), sometimes augmented with almond oil or extract.

MALBAN

Malban is a traditional form of fruit leather prepared late in the summer. It was a way of preserving summer grapes to enjoy them in the winter months.Malban is a traditional form of fruit leather prepared late in the summer. It was a way of preserving summer grapes to enjoy them in the winter months.

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