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Middle Eastern Sweets Hardcover – 27 July 2021
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'Beautifully photographed . . . the recipes are easy to follow and work beautifully.' - Margaux Laskey, The New York Times
'A Best Cookbook of 2021' - Food52
'Equal parts recipes, travelogue, and personal history.' - Food Network
'A rich and varied array of ingredients and cultural influences.' - Fine Dining Lovers
'A fine celebration of delights.' - Luxe Magazine
'Bake your way through the Middle East at home with a helping hand from award-winning author Salma Hage.' - Time Out
'Authentic and accessible collection.' - Publishers Weekly
'In my years of searching high and low for the best Middle Eastern recipes and cookbooks, I have yet to find one that makes me feel the way Middle Eastern Sweets does.' - Edouard Massih, chef, owner of Edy's Grocer on Food52
'This stunning, elegantly bound cookbook ... will satisfy even the most discerning sweet tooth.' - Shelf Awareness
'The ideal book for both everyday family or festive meals.' - City Book Review
'Elegant...enticing.' - Cooks Without Borders
From the Publisher
- Publisher : Phaidon Press; 1st edition (27 July 2021)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 240 pages
- ISBN-10 : 183866338X
- ISBN-13 : 978-1838663384
- Dimensions : 21.4 x 2.8 x 27.8 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 90,020 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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First Recipe tried - Barazek - Good, but no need for 150 grams of sesame seeds - more than 100 grams is a waste.
Second recipe tried - Sour Cherry and almond wafers. Dough was absolutely impossible to work with - had to throw out the whole batch.
Salted Tahini & Chocolate Cookies - Good right out of the oven, but not so good the next day.
Moroccan Sesame shortbread - Best of the bunch
Persian Chickpea shortbread - vague recipe - strange taste - threw whole batch out
Ma'Moul - Not nearly sweet enough - dough very very difficult to work with. Calls for 1 cup of flour, which the book equates to 150 g. 125 g is much more like it.
I bake for a living and grew up in a half middle-eastern household, so I kinda sorta know what I'm doing . Half of these recipes are just not good. Please people, try out at least 5 recipes before you review a cookbook.