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October 27, 2005

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kaouther

Thanks for sharing your recipe.
I have never tasted the semolina version. My family recipe is made with one measure of butter, one measure of icing sugar and enough flour to form a dough.
this is the typical ghraiba of the Eastern part of the country, commonly known in the Algerian books as " la ghaiba constantinoise" though it's not only typical to that town.
amitiees

nassima

merci haba ne3eraf la roucette de bagelawa

Farid Zadi

I have several recipes for soup with meatballs in it. I don't know how the lady you mention spiced hers. If it had rosewater, I think that it had also used the sweeter spices.

I will present my recipes with suggestions for different spices to add.

Iman

An Algerian lady made a soup for ifar which included meatballs and rosewater. It was absolutely delicious, would you happen to know this dish & how to make it?

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