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"Moroccans do not eat pork so this cannot be a moroccan recipe. The majority of moroccans are muslim or jewish. Neither religion allows pork. I think they called this recipe "moroccan" simply because it uses olive oil, and cumin. Or maybe the original recipe was with chicken, beef, or lamb and pork was substituted in."
"The texture is simular to shortbread cookies. They tasted good. I used the extra syrup in a tiny bowl for extra dipping. The cookies are a bit dry inside like shortbread cookies."
"The worcestershir sauce and soy sauce gave this recipe a taste that was a little too strong for me. The mix was alot. I recomend cutting it in half. Other than that they were great. Different but edible."
"This chicken was a little too salty because of the amount of soy sauce. It had a very strong herb taste because of the basil. It was not as sweet as I wanted it to be. But it was ok to eat for one time."
"This recipe was an OK for me. First of all, mixing the butter in after the flour was a mess but I finnaly got it to work. 2nd of all, after frying the thipples, they instantly took shape and there was no time to fold them. Last of all, with the watered down honey syrup poured on them, it caused them to be a little soggy. I think just sprinkling wi..."
"I had the a bad experience. It all fell apart and I also tried adding gum arabia and later an egg. The egg helped a tiny bit, but not enough. Had to throw it all away. Dissapointed for the waste of time and ingredients."
"Absolutely Great! I mixed 1/2 the syrup with the nuts and filled inside. I cheated a bit and made mine huge (8 layers each), but they are still great. I used the rest of the syrup to pour on top. The Best!"