Moroccan Almond Cookies - Ghriyba
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Ingredients CLICK: gettingmysexybodyback.blogspot.com This my Grandma's Recipe!! Being away from hom...
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Ingredients CLICK: gettingmysexybodyback.blogspot.com This my Grandma's Recipe!! Being away from home made me miss these cookies so bad that I called my Grandma and asked her foe the recipe. These are not usually made regularly at home in Morocco. They are considered high end pastry (it's quite expensive, since the main ingredient is almonds) and it is usually served in special occasions like a wedding or a party. Ghriyba (Ghoriba) is usually served the famous Moroccan Mint Tea. And it is, oh so good!!! Chewing from the inside, with a little crunch from the icing sugar and the flavors come together perfectly!! The taste of the almonds with the hint of vanilla mixing with the little bit of Orange Blossom Water I used to shape them, make these cookies unique and absolutely delicious. I have purchased the Orange Blossom Water in an Arab store, but I'm sure you can order it online if you can't find an Arab store near you. Ghriyba, Ghoriba dial louz Join me on Facebook: www.facebook.com Follow me on Twitter: twitter.com Follow me on Pinterest: pinterest.com
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