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Semolina cake. Though, I think if I were to make this, I'd use pomegranate syrup in lieu of lemon juice in the syrup--it'll add a pleasant hue and a subtle taste to complement the rosewater.

Rathai's Recipes: Semolina Cake - Basbousa or Namoura///this MAY be the cake we had in Milan.

Basbousa- An Egyptian Kiss- Vegan, easy to make and ohh so good.

Basbousa – An Egyptian Kiss- VEGANׁ

Basboosa (Egyptian semolina cake) A favorite Egyptian sweet, basboosa is a semolina cake that is baked and soaked with a floral-scented syrup. Its melting sweetness goes well with a cup of hot coffee or tea.

This is a traditional Middle Eastern dessert made of semolina flour, yogurt, and coconut. To adjust the sweetness, you can half or double the amount of sugar in the lemon syrup.

This is a traditional Middle Eastern dessert made of semolina flour, yogurt, and coconut. To adjust the sweetness, you can half or double the amount of sugar in the lemon syrup.

NICE & EASY RECIPES: Balah el sham (egyptian dessert)    My favorite egyptian dessert of all time <3

NICE & EASY RECIPES: Balah el sham (egyptian dessert) My favorite egyptian dessert of all time

Basbousa - an easy Middle Eastern semolina cake drenched in cinnamon syrup and topped w/ coconut and shaved almonds!

Corn in lieu of semolina? Gluten free hack Basbousa - an easy Middle Eastern semolina cake drenched in cinnamon syrup and topped w/ coconut and shaved almonds!

Basbousa (also known as Revani, Hareesa and Nammoura in various places) is a traditional Middle Eastern sweet moist cake, usually made with semolina and soaked in a simple syrup. The word 'basbousa' is Arabic for 'Just a Kiss', and this lovely cake certainly lives up to its' name!

Basbousa (also known as Revani, Hareesa and Nammoura in various places) is a traditional Middle Eastern sweet moist cake, usually made with semolina and soaked in a simple syrup. The word

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