Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Jewels of Jordan: Delightful Dessert & Snacks

Yummy toot (mulberries)

Kanafeh, a local dessert, and soda.

Lemon ice lolly

Hummus (chickpeas)



Breadmen making masyruah

Masyruah (flat bread)

Fatayir. I dislike spinach, but the spinach–stuffed one was good.

Wardeh (nabilse bread)

Bitifour (local biscuits)

Baklava (rich, sweet pastry made of layers of phyllo dough filled with chopped nuts like pistachios and sweetened with syrup or honey)

Heelu (sweets)

Soda and gato (cakes)

'Gharaibe and crunchy baraz'zi (sesame biscuits)

Yummy roz halib (rice milk) topped with cinnamon powder

Toot (mulberries). Love them in all colours – light green, red, and black.

Mushmush (apricots), houh (nectarines), duragh (peaches) and farauleh (strawberries).


Photos by SkyJuice © All rights reserved.

Some munchies sampled during my trip. My personal favourites were mulberries, baraz'zi, fatayir and roz halib.


Thomas C B Chua said...

I have sweet tooth, and you can imagine what your photos did to me !!!

SkyJuice said...

I hope you get to sample these someday, Thomas.

sadness of orange said...

i dislike spinach too..but Jordan's spinach is WOW..when i came back and try to cook Mlysia's spinach with karakian recipe...not very sucsessful ..love the pics..yumm