Namoura With Yogurt Recipe

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Author’s note:
One Arabic dessert I could never tire of would be the ever so popular namoura. This cake is extremely easy to make and requires very little ingredients so even the kitchen newbie will get it perfect anytime. After moving to Saudi I was taught that tahine is a better choice in coating the pans than the usual butter and oil many people use. Tahine is by far the Arabs choice when baking sweets.

Cuisine: Lebanese, Middle Eastern
Recipe Type: Desserts
Level: Easy
Source: Ya Salam Cooking

Ingredients:

1-3/4 cups yogurt
2 cups semolina
1/2 cup sugar
2 tablespoons rose water
2 teaspoons baking powder
4 tablespoons tahine
slivered almonds to garnish
Sugar syrup for topping

Preparation:

1. In a large bowl add yogurt, semolina, sugar, rose water and baking powder. Mix well. In an 8×8 dish add tahine. Brush all over the bottom and sides of pan. Carefully pour the batter into the pan and smooth the top. Cut into squares or lozenges then press an almond into the middle of each piece. Leave aside to rest for at least one hour.

2. Pre-heat panggangan to 375F and allow to bake 30-40 minutes or until cake is golden. Remove from the panggangan and carefully pour syrup on top and all to soak for at least 2o minutes.

Yields: 10 servings

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