Sesame Hearts
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Sesame Hearts

This year For the valentine’s day, I decided to share with you 2 different recipes,  a French one that I will post soon, and an Algerian one that you can find bellow !! For the Algerian recipe I chose The Sesame Hearts, this  recipe is inspired from an old Algerian pastry made with Sesame, I just […]

Porcelain Roses
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Porcelain Roses

After a long absence, spent on organizing our moving, we finally got our new house with a beautiful kitchen perfect to do a lot of baking, I am too excited to use every corner of my new kitchen to try new recipes and take good pictures in the different bright places of the house However, […]

Cones
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Caramel Stuffed Cones

Did you already Try making cones using cream horn molds ? If not, this recipe will show you how to make the perfect dough to get perfect cones. first, let me tell you that the dough that I made is not sweet, so to get a good pastry you should fill the cones with sweet […]

Almond Shell
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Almond Shells

Today I will introduce you to a new kind of Algerian pastry stuffed with nuts but made also with a dough called flour dough, this dough is very easy to do and allows you to model multiple shapes. After baking, These kind of pastries needs to be soaked in honey, because the flour dough becomes  hard, I […]

The Pillow
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The Pillow

Today’s Pastry is the one that I call the pillow because it looks just like a pillow, under the sugar lace I hid an Algerian pastry called El KEFTA that doesn’t need to be baked. To be honest I am not a great fan of the no-bake pastries but exceptionally I love this one, El KEFTA is […]

Almond Cakettes
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Almond Cakettes

This pastry is inspired from a famous old Algerian pastry called “makroud elouz” which is one of my favorite Algerian pastries, The old pastry (makroud elouz) still exist in Algeria and  I would say that  it’s a must have  in our plates during celebrations an hollydays, that is why I wanted to share with you the recipe of an […]

Almond Hearts
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Almond Hearts

The real name of this pastry is “El mkhabez” which literally means “the cake that has the texture of the bread”, to be honest I don’t know why this naming!! but I am sure that the taste is far from the bread taste, this pastry is really tasty, you can make it with different ingredients, […]