Aug 7, 2010

Znoud El-Sit




I seriously had to stop myself from eating this entire plate full that is how good they were. The crunchy sweet texture with the light creamy filling is a perfect match for one another. These Lebanese beauties go perfect along side coffee or tea.

1 packet spring roll wrappers, defrosted for 30 minutes
2 (175 grams) cans qashta
sunflower oil to fry
sugar syrup for topping

1. In a 9-inch skillet on medium heat add oil. Spoon 2 tablespoons qashta along the left side of the wrapper. Fold the top and bottom to where they meet in the middle then carefully roll from the left to the right, seal down.

2. Place the rolls into the hot oil and allow them to cook until lightly golden. Drain on a paper towel and drench in sugar syrup.

Yields: 20

13 fabulous comments:

  1. Salam,

    These are yummy and taste good topped with candied flowers as well but I haven't found them here in the KSA.

    -Z

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  2. Oh yeah...i know these stuffs.....addictive, addictive and addictive. I had posted it in my blog long back and we call it usbuh ul zainab!...and teh filling i scheese instead of qishta....we eat it like crazy and the world is gonna end tomorrw.

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  3. aaaaah. I love anything that has cream in it and is deep fried and then drenched in syrup, particularly saffron syrup!

    We do the same thing, but with kiri cream cheese and fold them into triangles using the samboosa wrappers. Yummmmo!

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  4. Çok farklı ve leziz bir tarif ellerinize sağlık.

    Saygılar.

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  5. Kitchen FlavoursAug 8, 2010 05:14 AM

    That sounds simple but looks extremely yummylicious....

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  6. I have never saw candies flowers anywhere I do not think. They sound cute.

    Shabs I do not think I ever heard that name but I do also make the sambooas with cheese as well. They are on my blog as well, yummy.

    Loman I make those as well and I agree I like anything like that too lol.

    Thanks everyone :)

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  7. CAFE PEPELA / Tavuk Suyuna Çorba TadındaAug 8, 2010 01:56 PM

    Assalamu Alaykum sister,thanks for your nice visit..
    This recipe looks so yummylicious!
    i'm going to try it inshaAllah.
    can you say me that what's gashta?

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  8. 朋友是一面鏡子......................................................................

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  9. TorviewtorontoAug 9, 2010 11:28 AM

    looks delicious

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  10. 生存乃是不斷地在內心與靈魂交戰;寫作是坐著審判自己。..................................................

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  11. Salam alaikum wa ramatulah wa barakatu sister, This is UmmBinat. Insha Allah all is well. I would like to try these during Ramadan when I get a hold of the wrappers and someone else to eat them as we are gluten free. Do you always use canned qashta? BTW I want to invite you to play Ramadan food tag game at, http://www.food.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=340480&sid=d249e158a8789e3a7b1cc3b2a11dee56

    Ma'asalama.

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  12. Thanks everyone. UmmBinat yes I have always used the can qashta since its so easily ready here and I do love it in sweet dishes :). JazakAllah khair for the invite and thanks to everyone for your nice comments.

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  13. Nice, I wouldn't want to stop eating these, either :)

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