It is usually during Eid Al-Fitr that Muslims make sweet treats. However, with restrictions to gatherings due to the coronavirus, why not use your time at home to make dessert with your family in celebration of Eid Al-Adha.
This dessert is made up of a cooked lump of dough made from wheat flour and often sweetened with honey. It is enjoyed in Yemen, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Sudan and Libya.
This crunchy dessert is loved across the Middle East and is made of layers of filo pastry laced with butter. It is served with chopped pistachios mixed with other nuts, and syrup.
The widely-popular bread pudding, topped with dried fruits and nuts is made with hot milk or heavy cream, has wowed diners across the region.
Basbousa is a popular sugary cake in Egypt made of cooked semolina soaked in syrup.
Crunchy on the outside and soft and airy in the middle, these flaky pastries are made of many layers of paper-thin dough filled with groundnuts and drenched in syrup.
This dessert, called “roz bi haleeb” in Arabic, is a champion of Middle Eastern dessert. It is made with rice, milk and sugar and can be topped with your favorite nuts.