Dahdah is a vibrant Jordanian dessert that is not crunchy, nor cakey. It tastes like a large crumbly cookie that collapses once you bite into it. The pungency of the cinnamon notes definitely gives it an edge and pairs well with the walnut. The addition of turmeric lends the cake its vibrant, happy color
This dessert is put together in no time if you crush the roasted walnuts and clarify your butter in advance. Having said this, store-bought clarified butter will do just fine.
Hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for a large crowd calls for plenty of resourcefulness and serious time-planning skills. As I mentioned in my previous post: Thanksgiving Dinner Made Easy: Lessons Learned the Hard Way, storebought quintessential ingredients rush to our rescue when we are totally overwhelmed by the number of dishes we have to make […]
Mulled wine jelly is a great way to use mulled wine leftovers from your holiday party. When it is paired with vanilla cream, it makes an exquisite gluten and dairy free grand finale for a holiday seated dinner.