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Recipe: Delicious Australian Kahk (Eid Cookies)

Australian Kahk (Eid Cookies). One of the most important Eid Al-Fitr traditions that Egyptians have is celebrating breaking their fast with shay b laban and Eid Al-Fitr sweets: kahk. Kahk is a traditional biscuit served in Egypt during Eid al-Fitr. They are soft and lightly spiced, with traditional fillings of dates, honey, and even Turkish delight.

Australian Kahk (Eid Cookies) Ramadan's Middle Eastern Dessert palooza has come to an end and we're sealing it with Eid Cookies! So roll up your sleeves people because we're […] Egyptian Eid Cookies or Kahk pronounced Ka-hk is a special dessert that is associated with happy occasions in the Egyptian traditions. These mouth watering cookies appear on the Egyptian Muslims' table yearly in Eid-el fitr that comes after Ramadan and bi-yealry on the Egyptian Christians' table in Christmas and Easter day. You can cook Australian Kahk (Eid Cookies) using 4 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Australian Kahk (Eid Cookies)

  1. Prepare 3 cups of flour.
  2. Prepare 200 g of unsalted butter, softened.
  3. It's 1 cup of powdered sugar and extra for dusting.
  4. You need 1 tsp of vanilla extract.

Arrange the cookies on the prepared baking sheet. Press the cookies lightly into a Mamoul tool, or make a crosshatch pattern using a fork. Let the cookies cool on a wire rack. When ready to serve, dust the cookies with.

Australian Kahk (Eid Cookies) step by step

  1. Mix butter, sugar and vanilla with a stand mixer or by hand with a whisk..
  2. Start adding the flour cup by cup until you have a dough that holds together and easily forms into a ball..
  3. Cover the dough with plastic wrap and chill for an hour or overnight in the refrigerator..
  4. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C..
  5. Get out the dough and start forming it into small balls (around 15 grams each).
  6. Place the formed pieces of dough on to a baking sheet/pan and they don't spread so don't worry about spacing them apart..
  7. Put then in the oven, mine took around 40 to 45 mins. Keep a close eye on them and get them out when the edges of the cookies turn a bit golden..
  8. When they cool down, transfer to the serving dish and dust them generally with powdered sugar. Bon Appetit..

Round Eid cookies, super buttery, dusted with powdered sugar, with a delicious surprise in the middle. You'll feel that one is more than enough, but believe me you'll keep coming back for more. Eid in Arabic means feast/celebration/ holiday, Muslims have two feasts in the lunar calendar, one that follows the holy month of Ramadan and the other is during the Hajj (pilgrimage) season. Kahk Cookies are eaten in Egypt for the end of Ramadan holiday called Eid'l Fitr. They're sometimes even called Kahk al-Eid, cookies of the feast.

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