No-Bake Alaska Cake

If you are looking for a showstopper, yet effortless cake, this No Bake Alaska Cake is for you! It calls for a store-bought cake base, topped with three layers of ice cream, and encased with homemade meringue that is torched and not baked.

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How-To Make Pita Bread in The Air Fryer خبز البيتا

Thanks to the Air Fryer, Pita bread was never easier to make! This is a no-fail recipe for a soft pita bread with a large pocket. It takes four minutes in the air fryer to bake it. Mini Pita bread is perfect for school lunch. Eat it hot off the air fryer as a snack, arrange it on your appetizer tray, or use it to scoop the sauce of your favorite stew.

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No Bake St. Valentine’s Cake

No Bake St. Valentine Cake is a semi-homemade and easy to assemble. All you need is store-bought savoiardi cookies (aka lady finger), whipped cream, fresh fruits, and a package of jello. Voila!

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5 MUST-TRY MEATLESS EGYPTIAN STREET FOODS

Wanna know the 5 must-try meatless meals in Egypt? Roll up your sleeves and dive into this mouthwatering piece of content.
BONUS: No-fail and iconic Egyptian recipes are included here in case you plan to recreate them in your kitchen.

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Hazelnut Thumbprint Cookies Filled with Caramel-Coffee Spread

Hazelnut thumbprint cookies filled with caramel coffee is a creative twist on the classic thumbprint cookies. It is pretty easy to make and very difficult to keep your hands off once they are baked. These cookies are destined to be the star of any cookies’ tray.

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Egyptian Simit: The Luxury of Simple Life

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Simit is a delicious Egyptian street snack and omnipresent in local bakeries. It is a crusty, yet soft bagel-like bread coated with sesame. It is usually served with Egyptian Duqqah and hard boiled eggs.

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San Giovanni Bread: All you knead is love.

SAN JIOVANNI bread is a favorite childhood bread that I grew up eating in my hometown Alexandria, Egypt. It has a pillowy interior and crusty, golden exterior. The flavor of that bread is elevated by the addition of orange zest, mastic and mahleb. It is freezer friendly and pretty versatile as it makes excellent sandwich bread, panini toast, as well as a luscious accompaniment to soak up the sauce of a hearty stew.

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