Sunday, June 12, 2016

Luqaimat / Kalemati / Gulgulla

Ramadhan is flying past in full swing, and this year, just like previous years’ tradition certain dishes will appear on the table to mark their annual territory. Certain foods ironically are only cooked and prepared during Ramadhan, even though they are easy enough to be an ordinary weeknight meal. This year once again saw me rushing home from work to prepare for Iftar, making sure there will be a plate of dessert on the table-after all its the dessert that we like to break fast with. Preparing a three-course meal on day-to-day basis, on top of fasting can really be exhausting.

But much to my rescue, the menu can sometimes be prepared in no time. Luqaimat, the traditional Arabic sweet dumplings are such that I only make during Ramadhan, using really basic kitchen staples and ready in no time, unless you count in the time for the dough to rise.

Funny how the simplest floury balls drenched in spice scented sugar syrup can be the most delicious snack in the whole world😊 This recipe I got from some blog which is a hit to make.

You can even just coat in normal sugar with cinnamon powder .
Enjoy your Luqaimat / kalemati or gulgulla as it's called in different language.

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