5/1: Egyptian Cuisine – Maamoul

May 1, 2021
2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
For youth (12+) and adults
Presented by Reham Beshr

Maamoul in the Levant goes by kombe in southern Turkey, kleicha in Iraq, and kahk in Egypt and Sudan, is a stuffed shortbread traditionally served for Easter, Eid, and Purim throughout the Arabic-speaking world. Most fillings are made with spices and either nuts (walnuts, pistachios, or almonds) or dates. But in addition to nut and date fillings, Egyptians also have versions stuffed with agameya (a honey-walnut concoction) and loukoum (Turkish delight). Join us and become an expert in making the Suez Canal region version of this popular sweet.

The price for pairs is $45. Please use the button teal button on the previous page to take advantage of this special offer. Questions? Please contact us at info@alifinstitute.org or 770-936-8770.

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