Eid Mubarak to you and your families. Taqabbalallahu minna wa minkum – may Allah accept it from you and us. Here are a three more photos from Eid and the two days after, today being the last day for sacrifice.
Algerian Kbab – A lightly cinnamon spiced chicken stew with chickpeas, topped with fried potatoes and garnished with fresh parsley.
Makrout El Louz – North African Algerian almond cookies. Ramadan and Eid just wouldn’t be the same in my Anglo-Algerian home without Makrout. Whether fried or baked, with date paste or almonds, I love them all. For this recipe, head on over to Huma’s blog Gheza E Shirin.
I’m delighted to be back a third year at Lubna Karim’s blog Yummy Food as part of her Ramadan event – Joy from Fasting to Feasting. This year I’m bringing these delicious North African cookies Makrout / Makroudh.