La Petite Panière: Khobz El Bey

My latest recipe can be found in the Guest Post I wrote for my new lovely friend Nancy, from Feasting with Friends who is currently recuperating from her surgery. I won’t add anything else, as everything has been explained in the post which you can find below …

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Today’s unique and delicious guest post comes to us via Linda of La Petite Panière. Linda is another of my beautiful blogger friends I met through Fiesta Friday. Just a few months back, in fact. I was immediately drawn to Linda’s site for the introduction to “new to me” foods. She has expansive knowledge of delicacies from all over the world. Her expertise seems to lie with African, or more specifically, Algerian cuisine. Linda offers such delicious food, emphasized by her beautiful photography. Stand out recipes, for me, include a gorgeous Khobz Eddar, which in Arabic means homemade bread and Chtitha Djedj, and Algerian Spicy Chicken Stew. Oh…and I can’t forget the intriguingly delicious Almond Cigars. Yes. Almond. Cigars. Not the smoking kind, mind you…the eating kind. A sweet pastry filled and rolled with almonds, sugar, honey, cinnamon and more. Yummy.

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9 thoughts on “La Petite Panière: Khobz El Bey

  1. Thank you again for such a delicious post, Linda! I’m humbled by your generosity in providing such a wonderful post. I can’t wait to make these in my kitchen. 🙂

    • You’re very welcome, my Dear friend Nancy 🙂 It was such a great honor and I was so happy cooking for you. If you were my neighbor, everyday I will bring you something to taste and try 😀
      Take care xx

  2. Beautiful, Linda! And I agree with Nancy’s introduction – you and your blog have introduced me to so many new foods and dishes. I just picked up courgettes last night and they are getting fried up this weekend!

    • Thank you so much for your lovely words, Ngan 🙂 I just want to share my love and my passion for cooking, my family recipes from 4 generations until now. I hope you will enjoy the courgettes this weekend!

  3. Thank you so much Linda for the great recipe. In fact, I did this delicious sweet just yesterday. My husband had a potluck at work! They were amazed by the recipe and how moist this cake stays! For those who don’t know Linda, she is the most honest person when giving a recipe! You’ll always be missed in Ottawa, Linda…
    Great job and great recipes…..Best of luck 🙂

    • Thank you so much for your nice and sweet comment, Roula 🙂 You made my day. I’m so glad that The khobz El Bey has been a success at your husband potluck. I love the recipe too. Thank you for your trustworthy and your support.
      I miss you too and take care 🙂

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