Medieval Monday – Al-Sikbaj

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A Medieval Arabic recipe found on TheFoodBlogAl-Sikbaj_post

Fouad Kassab who runs The Food Blog writes: When I first cooked this dish, I was overwhelmed with excitement. I felt like a scientist or an archaeologist rediscovering a long forgotten world. And truly, when I tasted the end result, this dish blew me away, exceeding all expectations. The flavours of saffron, dried fruit, almonds and rose water really give you a sense of medieval Arabia. I hope this recipe reaches the thousands of Middle-Eastern chefs out there, and I would love to see al-sikbaj make the remarkable resurrection that it so deserves. So here it goes, my recipe for al-sikbaj, put together after many hours of reading through medieval cook books and attempting to reach the right balance of ingredients.

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2 thoughts on “Medieval Monday – Al-Sikbaj

  1. This does look amazing! I’d love spend my days researching and trying out ancient foods!!

    Thanks for bringing this by TBT & FF!

    Mollie

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