|Alternative names||Arabic: كعب الغزال (kaʕbu lɣazaːl) "gazelle ankles"
French: cornes de gazelle "gazelle horns"
|Place of origin||Morocco|
|Region or state||Morocco|
|Main ingredients||almond paste|
|Ingredients generally used||flour, sugar, butter, orange blossom water|
'Gazelle ankles (transliterated from Arabic: كعب الغزال kaʕbu lɣazaːl, also known in French as cornes de gazelle, "gazelle horns") are a traditional dessert of Morocco  in the form of crescent-shaped cookies made of flour-based dough filled with almond paste aromatized with orange blossom water. Gazelle ankles are relatively pricey due to the presence of almonds, and are therefore served as a delicacy at special events, often with tea.
The essential ingredients in gazelle ankles:
- Alain Jaouhari, (2005), Marruecos: la cocina de mi madre, Primera edición. Intermón Oxfan, Pág. 172
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