Makroudh

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Makroudh
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Makroudh covered in honey
Place of origin
Tunisia
Main ingredients
Dates or almonds.
Cookbook:Makroudh  Makroudh

Makroud is a North African pastry eaten in Algeria, Tunisia and in some parts of Libya.

The dough is made mainly of semolina, not flour, which gives the pastry a very specific texture and flavor.[1] Makroudh are often filled with dates or almonds. They can be either fried in oil, baked in a pan or, simply, oven baked.[2]

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  1. ^ "Desserts from Around the Globe". Dessertsfromaroundtheglobe.wordpress.com. Retrieved 2014-04-09. 
  2. ^ Gaelle & Patrice Le Franc. "Makroudh". La Cuisinede Ma Copine. Retrieved 2014-04-09.