Arabic desserts are famous worldwide for the exquisite flavors they put on the table. In this article, we are going to crack the recipe of Knafeh Dough, an Arabic dessert with semolina ( smeed ) and Dough. Knafeh dough is a trendy dessert made during special occasions like Ramadan and Eid in all of the middle east. All even in Egypt. It has a crunchy, crispy, and smooth textured sandy crust. Under the top layer is a soft, tasty knafeh.
It can also be topped with scented sugar syrup and even a dollop of estha to give an aesthetically pleasing look. Alternatively, sprinkling pistachios will also work.
The total time taken to cook the recipe will be about 50 minutes—10 min for the preparations and 40 minutes for cooking. So take time out of your busy schedule to dive deep into the recipe of this heavenly dessert.
It Usually Comes In Three Types –
Khishneh – it consists of kadaif pastry, which appears to be fine, long noodles.
Na’ama- it consists of tiny pieces of smeed clustered into a bundle.
Mhayara- it is basically a mixture of khishneh and na’ama.
As we want the recipe of Arabic desert with smeed, we are mainly going to focus on Na’ama.
Na’ama literally translates to “fine.” That means it has got rich flavors and taste to it. Let’s check out the recipe for this famous Arabic desert.
Ingredients are required to prepare Na’ama, an Arabic dessert with speed and Dough.
1 cup semne
1 cup sugar.
3 cups of smeed ( semolina)
¼ cup of water
How to prepare Na’ama, an Arabic dessert made up of speed and Dough?
Here we are going to discuss the stepwise preparation of Na’ama.
This Arabic dessert is extremely easy to prepare. The only thing you need is love and patience. The end results will be beautiful. Enjoy this crispy baked traditional Arabic dessert with your family and friends.