Friday, August 1, 2014

The festival of doughs

Three days ago, we said goodbye to Ramadan. We were sad because all the special treats in Ramadan have gone. We will miss Ramadan so much with all of its special things we used to do in Ramadan especially eating the breakfast everyday together with family. We will miss making worships in Masjids, Mesaharati, Ramadan lamp, Ramadan sound, Amar Eddin , Tamarind. Konafa and Atayef. 


We also said welcome to feast . It's "Eid Al - Fitr". This is like a reward for the worshiper for his faith and his fast. As we like to prepare for Ramadan , we also like to prepare for Eid. We buy new clothes and make some outing programs. Also we make some kinds of cakes like cookies, Pettifor and biscuits. All family girls gather in the  family house and start make and bake cookies and Pettifor. 

The festival of doughs

The festival of doughs

 You can imagine the amount of doughs we make for family.

The festival of doughs


The doughs are very soft and we all have fun playing with them and put them in the biscuit machine.

The festival of doughs

The festival of doughs

The festival of doughs

 Ummm . Ok This looks soooo hand made :D . We like it also . Anyway they will look good in the oven.

The festival of doughs

 This was Ghorayeba. It is a melt-in-mouth cookies in Egyptian style. I love it . I think I ate 1 kilo of this? If you like me to share the recipe please leave a comment below.


The festival of doughs

We like how biscuit shape is up to. We like to taste and we also like when the very first punch of baking is not accurate. We have fun with everything because we all are together.

The festival of doughs

 And this was the cookies we made. If you like me to share any of these gorgeous recipes please leave a comment below. I like to hear from you and know your feedback . See next post.

10 comments:

  1. Sweet, these cookies are mouth-watering. Are those almonds in the center of the Ghorayeba

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    1. Yes they are. I am glad you liked the Ghorayeba and the cakes. Thank you for your sweet comment. Come on and visit us to try all of Egyptian amazing food

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    2. I'd love to come visit Egypt and try all the amazing food. How fun that would be!

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    3. Be sure that I will be waiting for you. :)

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  2. These sweet treats look mouthwatering. Thanks for sharing at Fridays Unfolded!

    Alison
    Nancherrow

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    1. Thank you Alison for the sweet comment . I am happy you liked it.

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  3. Those almond cookies look beautiful!! What a challenge you took on. :)

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    1. Yessss Eliza. They are mouth-melt cookies . They are amazing. Thank you for your sweet words.

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    1. Thank you Megan. I am glad you liked it.

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