Sweets are one of the main dishes in the blessed month of Ramadan. After a long day of abstaining from food and drink, the body loses a large part of the energy, so the fasting person wants to get more food and sugars of all kinds, represented in fruits and sweets
While we find certain types of sweets in which all countries are equally famous, such as: Qatayef, we find other sweets in which certain countries are famous during this month. Palestine, for example, is famous for its Kunafa, Mutabbaq, Maamoul, and others. This article is about some delicious Algerian Ramadan sweets.
How to Make a Sable Benestley
- Two hundred and fifty grams of softened butter.
- One hundred grams of fine sugar.
- An egg.
- Egg yolk;
- A cup of cornstarch.
- A tablespoon of chemical yeast.
- A box of Nestle, apricot jam, roasted peanuts, Nutella chocolate, and almonds.
How to prepare
- Mix the butter and sugar together well until we get a creamy texture.
- Add eggs, vanilla and jam, then mix well.
- We add the starch and the farina after mixing it with yeast, then mix again until we get a soft dough.
- Put it in the fridge for thirty minutes to rest.
- Roll out the dough on a flat surface sprinkled with flour, then roll it out.
- We cut it in the form of medium-sized circles, then we make a small circle in the middle of each, and half of it in the tray.
- Put the tray into the preheated oven at 180 degrees Celsius.
- Take it out, and wait for it to cool down.
- Dip it in the nipple, and wait for it to dry.
- We stick the sable kernels with jam, then brush the edges with peanuts.
- Finally, decorate with Nutella and almonds in the middle.