Muhallabia Massawa Pudding

30 Jun

Muhallabia Massaw Pudding has a creamy, smooth texture and the winning combination of cinnamon, cardamom, and vanilla makes it an instant favorite of anyone who tries it.

Muhallabia is a refreshing dessert from the Red Sea port city of Massawa in Eritrea.  There, it is commonly served for dessert during Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting.  Muhallabia Massawa is often considered the most regal and delicious of puddings in Middle Eastern cooking.

Muhallabia Massaw Pudding has a creamy, smooth texture and the winning combination of cinnamon, cardamom, and vanilla makes it an instant favorite of anyone who tries it.  And what’s more, it’s a cinch to make.  Just make sure to heat and stir the pudding long enough for it to be thick and pudding like.  If it is not heated until thick, it will remain a liquid even after refrigeration.

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