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Cooking The Middle Eastern Way ~ in English

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Cooking The Lebanese Way ~ in English

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Cooking The French Way

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Gateaux Marocains Tome I

hamlili mohammed


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Gateaux Marocains Tome II

http://www.archive.o...ocainTomeII.pdf


Gateaux Marocains Tome III

http://www.archive.o...cainTomeIII.pdf

Gateaux Marocains Tome IV

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Ok, i will try to type one recipe, but it not easy, because the quality of picture is not perfect. And to translate with translator. Who can understand better maybe could to correct my mistakes :lol: . The first recipe from the book Gateaux 5:

ßŃíÇĘ ÇáÔßáÇŘÉ ČÇáÍáŢćăÉ

ÇáăŢÇĎíŃ

ÇáÚĚíäÉ

250 Ű ăÇŃŰŃíä ŘŃíÉ
4 ăáÇÚŢ ßČíŃÉ ÓßŃ ăÓÍćŢ
1 ČíÖÉ ßÇăáÉ
ŢÔŃÉ ÍČÉ áíăćä
ßíÓ ÎăíŃÉ ßíăíÇäíÉ
4 ăáÇÚŢ ßČíŃÉ ăÇíŇíäÉ
ÝŃíäÉ Óíă ÍÓČ ÇáÍÇĚÉ

ÇáĘŇíČä

ŰČŃÉ ÇáÔßáÇŘÉ
ÍáŢćăÉ ăŢŘÚÉ Ĺáě ăßÚČÇĘ ŐŰíŃÉ



translation:
Kiryat chocolate Bahalqoma

Amounts

Dough

250 g soft margarine
4 large spoons powdered sugar
1 whole egg
Grain crust Lemon
Bag yeast Kemiania
4 large spoons Maizina
Sim flour as needed

Altazeben

Chocolate quickly
Halqoma chopped into small cubes

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I can't see good few words and probably i wrote it not right... here only ingredients, today i can't write more because need to go sleep... So, maybe tomorrow will continue and will try to write the method... Maybe we could create the treat for this book's translation and could translate it little by little?
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Essalamu alaykum

Thanks for all the cookbooks you have put in this forum, I am really happy to find them.

I have understood that u have some difficulties to translate the recipes, I will try inshallah to help when I can.

This is the recipe already translated by Saffron, I have added few modifications and explained the method.

translation:
chocolate balls with halqoma

Amounts

Dough

250 g soft margarine
4 large spoons powdered sugar
1 whole egg
one Lemon zest
1 bag of baking powder
4 large spoons Maizena (corn starch)
Sim flour as needed

For the decoration

Chocolate powder
Halqoma chopped into small cubes


Method:
1-mix the margarine with the sugar
2-add the egg, the lemon zest, the baking powder, the corn starch. mix well. add the flour until you obtain a soft dough.
3-make small balls having the same size as walnuts. then, flatten each ball and put one cube of halqoma in the middle then make again a ball. Put the balls in a tin covered with a little flour and bake in the oven until the bottom of the balls in slightly red (25 minutes, TH 6).
4-put the balls in the chocolate powder and try to cover all the surface.

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:firework: Oh thank you so much my angels, you are such darlings for this :hug::wub: you've made me very happy, at this rate I will be able to understand all Samira 5 smile inshallah. Can I ask what is halqoma? I don't know this name.

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u r welcome my dear ^_^

Halqoma or loukoum is a candy usually consisting of jellylike cubes covered with powdered sugar

u can find more information in wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia....Turkish_Delight

In Algeria u can buy it from any food shop. I think u can find it also in markets.

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ah turkish delight, yes it can be bought in uk, we have a large turkish population and they open many shops, we can get many things used in Algeria in these places like orange blossam water. Can I ask your help with translating the one book gateaux traditionnels 5, :pplease: I do not ask you do the whole book but if you can do some it would be great,

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Aah ok inshallah Touta is going to translate 5 recipes from the book, so she'll inshallah do the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th recipies from Samira GT 5. Sorry I have to go so I can't attempt any more organising of help right now, see you later inshallah, thanks all for the help smile

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I tryied to translate 7th recipe, but found much more words difficult to read and translate :blush:. my translation a bit simplified and not all yet...
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Ingredients:

Dough:

3kg flour
1 kg margarine
1 pinch salt
Orange blossom water

Fillers:

3 kg coconut
1 kg sugar powder
Eggs, as needed
4 beads of the zest of the lemon
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 tablespoon butter
Apricot jam

decoration:

Honey


Method

1. Pour the flour in the bowl, make a hole in the center, add pinch salt and the margarine mix well and the cold, add orange blossom water mix gradually until the dough smooth and coherent.

2. Mix in a container coconut with sugar, lemon zest, baking powder, the margarine, eggs gradually until the stuffing homogeneous.

3. ... more is very not clear translation, so maybe i will continue tomorrow or maybe not, because hard to understand :lol: ....
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well inshallah someone could maybe help us with this

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hey girls i believe my mother has some SAmira's book's could you please tell me which one we're working on???
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What I missed? What was it? It was samira gateaux traditionnels 5
touta we were translating, I pmd you the link and the links were fine cos i had no problems from them. What is the new one Nor?

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This book already posted here "Gateaux Mesk & Lil Nr.1"

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"Ramadan Food" in arabic

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Thanks for that ladies smile. Can someone help Saffron with her last translation please :pplease: because it's not easy for us non arabic speakers thanks again x

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Ingredients:

Dough:

3kg flour
1 kg melted margarine
1 pinch salt
Orange blossom water

Fillers:

3 kg coconut
1 kg sugar powder
Eggs, as needed
4 beads of the zest of the lemon
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 tablespoon melted butter
Apricot jam

decoration:

Honey


Method

1. Pour the flour in the bowl, make a hole in the center, add pinch salt and the cold melted margarine mix well , add orange blossom water and mix them gradually until you have a smooth and coherent dough.

2. Mix in a container coconut with sugar, lemon zest, baking powder, melted margarine, eggs gradually until you get a coherent somehow liquid stuffing

i'll finish it later have to go now girls sorry
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3. إدهني مول الدزيريات بالزيت. Roll (As seen in the picture ;)) dough in the machine and then مرَريها dough in spite of 3 and then 6.
4. Systematically cut with a cup or a thin blade in to the pieces to fit in to the baking form and put it in the form snuggle to side.
5. Put at the bottom of each one small spoon of apricot jam
6. Put spoon of filler 2/3 of cookie capacity because the filler increase during the cooking.
7. put the cookies in oven, and cook until ready and take out of the oven and add in to each one small spoon of honey.

As i was sitting half of the evening with it, so i wrote my results. I skipped some parts of text with my translation, because untranslated words make me helpless. And i see from the pictures too then translating :lol: