Jordanian Cuisine (part 6)

Hi my dear fellows!

How are you?!

I am going to discuss for post today about Osmaliyeh, .Halawa (Halva), Barazek, and Dates. As this sweets are part of Jordanian Cuisine.🙂👍


1.Osmaliyeh

If you are not a huge fan of sweets, I Am sure that you will enjoy “osmaliyeh”. Osmaliyeh is shredded phylo dough filled with rosewater cream and topped with crushed pistachios with touch of sweetness.😋



2.Halawa (Halva)

From the Arabic meaning sweet. A breakfast side or sweet-by-itself made of honey- or sugar-sweetened tahini sesame paste and infused and topped with a variety of bits, including pistachio👍😋.


3. Barazek
Barazek is served in every restaurant and sweet shops in Jordan but originally it is a syrian crispy butter cookie covered in toasted sesame, honey and pistachio. This cookie is very popular in the Levantine region and often eaten with coffee or tea.😉


4. Dates

Date is a type of sweet fruit that comes from Date Palm. The thousands of palm trees around the desert of Jordan results in great varieties of dates, from blonde to dark to the almighty Majdool date, the king of all dates.
In Jordan, you can find Dates in all kinds of form – in the dessert, eaten for snacks as dried fruit (also makes for an excellent souvenir to bring home), and even as juice.👍

Thank you for reading.

To be continued….lol 😂

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16 thoughts on “Jordanian Cuisine (part 6)

    1. Hhhhh, it’s realistic one, you can take a bite😂! Just kidding, it is healthy and tasty, it has so many vitmian which it can help the blood flow in the body🙂, it’s main dish in our breakfast🙂

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