350 g vermicelli or kunafa dough

4 tbsp butter

1/8 tsp orange food color

1 cup milk

3 tbsp sugar

1/4 cup milk + 1 tbsp corn flour

100 g processed cheese or any cream cheese

Or you can use fresh cream or doodh ki malai  instead of any cheese

1/2 cup sugar

1/2 cup water

1 tsp rose water

What does Kunafa mean?

Kunafa is a sugar-soaked pastry that is common in a number of Arabic countries and territories, especially during Ramadan. ... In fact, the word, kunafa is used interchangeably to describe both the dessert and the dough. The dough is usually fried or baked with butter or oil until it is crisp.

What does Kunafa taste like?

Kunafa is made of a mixture of flour, water, powdered milk and other material and they are baked on a drum-like surface of traditional round ovens After being baked, kunafa looks like noodles before it is cooked in a circular tray at home and the sweet syrup is added Nowadays, Kunafa has lots of tastes, like mango

Is Kunefe Turkish or Arabic?

So many people, including Turks, think it is Turkish, but it is Arabic, but there are different varieties of Kunefe. Hatay is associated with Kunefe and Hatay was once connected to Syria, and part of the population is of Syrian ancestry.

How do you eat Kunafa?

"If using the raisins and walnuts sprinkle an even layer over Kunafa with cinnamon and sugar, cover with the remaining half of the Kunafa, and press down gently." Kunafa can then be served hot, warm, or cold, she said. "Cheese can be added or not to the Kunafa, and also one can add more or less sugar or syrup.

What is the most famous dessert in Egypt?

Umm Ali. One of the most famous and delicious Egyptian desserts dates back to the rule of Shagarat el-Dour.



Basbousa and Harisa.

Kanafeh ( Kunafeh )

Egyptian Meshabek ( Jalebi )

Zalabia or Lockmet el-Qady.

Mahalabiya ( Egyptian Milk custard 
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