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Sunday, 16 May 2010

I COMPLETELY FORGOT WHAT THESE ARE CALLED IN 3RABIC DESPITE BEING TOLD 30MINS AGO

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
I had half a box for breakfast, these are YUMMY
& So are these! A7ebek Baklawa<3

11 comments:

  1. Ive had those while traveling to Morocco to visit my in-laws. They are very tasty and popular! I cant recall the name either lol.

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  2. Well, the first sweet is called "Jalebi" in India ;)
    Don't know it;s arabic name :P

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  3. Is the first picture of Jalebi? I havnt ate those in a whileeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!! =)

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  4. Yesss jelebi's :D rene I promise to find out the name for it in arabic I can get the saudi name for it if that will help :D next time I will take pictures of it being made; its just that I didn't bother the man because he looked so into what he was doing lol :)

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  5. Hello there Radia, cool blog if I may say so. In Arabic we call them z'labiya. not much of a difference =]

    I personally prefer the orange ones over the brown ones. yummy, hungry now!!!

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  6. Hello :) Why Thank you!
    isit Lol yeah thats so true :P

    me to, for me they have to be bright orange, i never eat the pale looking ones for some strange reason , hehe that what it does to you

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  7. Some people call it 'Mshabak' .. especially here in Hejaz in Saudi Arabia :D and they are yummy :D

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  8. in iraqi and syrian culture thay are called zalabiya (za lah bee yah)

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  9. the bottom ones called baklawa :)

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  10. salaam alikoum :]

    in algeria we call the top ones zlebiya and the bottom ones baklawa but our baklawa is different, we call that one baklaw t3a suriyah (syrian baklaw)..wow..i just said baklawa 5 times lol xx

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  11. :)Walaikoum Asalaam

    Thanksss everyoneee

    mwahhh xx

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