-Preparation: 20 min-Serving: 30 pcs.•Ingredients:-5 cups Brown flour-2 cups
Carob molasses, known as "debes al Kharoub" in the middle eastern area.-1 ½ cup organic Coconut Oil-1 ½ cup Brown sugar-4 tsp.
-1 tsp. Aniseed-½ cup grilled sesame seeds to sprinkle-Tahini for pan•Steps:-Preheat oven to Medium heat-In a saucepan, boil the aniseed in 2 cups of water. Drain, remove the aniseed grains and reserve the water.-Place the flour and oil in a bowl and mix well; add baking powder, sugar & Knead with your hands.-Gradually mix in the aniseed water & molasses; and continue kneading until the dough becomes slightly soft.-Brush a baking tray with tahini paste and then spread the dough in it.-Bake in the oven for about 15-20 minutes, until you insert a toothpick and it comes out clean; sprinkle the toasted sesame seeds on top.-Then place the tray on the top rack for 5 minutes. Remove and allow to cool; then cut the sfouf into medium squares & serve warm.•Nutritional Facts:-Calories: 243.45 kcal-Fat: 9.66 g-Carbs: 36.46 g-Protein: 3.12 g
Written by Rana Zarour from The Small Garden
It all started when I was a kid and used to see my Grandma “Linda” cooking delicious food for us all, she used to enjoy it, it was her own world and I thought to myself back then that I want to experience her journey too. She travelled the world and experienced their tastes and specialties and shared them with us, now I want to share them with my generation and show them that food is fun, food is a journey that’ll take you different places & give you the best experience you’ll ever ask for; its an identity by itself you’ll get to capture along the way!!
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