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Shared Recipe Crema Catalana
Monday, Jul 29, 2013 on Food.com
"Crema Catalana or Catalan Cream is the Catalan name and version of the French dessert, Crème Brulée. I made this for my blog, Desserts from Around the Globe, where I'm trying to prepare one recipe from every country of the world. I made Crema Catalana in the context of Andorra, since the cuisine there is mainly Catalan, combined, to s..."
Shared Recipe Makrout (Also Maqrood, Makroudh)
Friday, Jul 26, 2013 on Food.com
"This recipe is from my blog, Desserts from Around the Globe, where I write about my attempts to prepare one dessert from every country of the world. Makrout are a pastry that is typical for Tunisia, Marocco and Lybia. It can be either oven baked, fried in oil or baked in a pan, but this recipe describes the first method."
Added Recipe Photo to Asabia El Aroos (Afghanistan)
Shared Recipe Shëndetlie Me Mjaltë
"This recipe is from my blog, Desserts from Around the Globe, where I'm trying to prepare one dessert from every country of the world. Shëndetlie me mjaltë is a pastry typical for Albania - the second country from my blog."
Shared Recipe Asabia El Aroos (Afghanistan)
Thursday, Jul 25, 2013 on Food.com
"This is a recipe from my blog, Desserts from Around the Globe, where I'm trying to prepare one dessert from every country of the world. This is my very first recipe. It originates from Afghanistan and also goes by the name Brides Fingers. It's a fairly simple recipe, since you only need filo dough and either almonds or pistachios."
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