Ma’moul

Ma’moul

Date-filled cookies are definitely a Palestinian staple. You know those smells and flavors that truly transport you into a memory? We all used to look forward to Eid mornings as kids just so we could have some freshly baked ka'ak OR Ma’moul with my tea, and just the smell of these takes me back to those simpler times. This cookie that carries religious significance for Christians and Muslims, a cookie that is so meaningful it is only made once a year in most Arab households. That cookie is…. Ma’moul, and the date ring cookie cousin called Ka’ak bu Ajwa (also known as semolina date cookies).

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