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1 cup flour; sifted
salt
1/4 tsp. baking powder
1/8 cup butter; melted
1/2 cup sugar
1 egg
1 1/2 tsp. warm milk
oil for frying

1. In a bowl, gently blend the sifted flour, salt, and baking powder.
2. In a separate bowl, mix the butter, sugar, and egg.
3. Add the milk to the butter/sugar mixture and mix.
4. Add mixture to the flour and knead until a smooth dough is formed.
5. Cover with a damp towel and let rest in a warm spot for 30 minutes.
6. Roll out to 1/4 inch thick piece.
7. Cut into shapes. Some people cut it into diamond shapes or squares.
8. Deep fry until golden brown.
9. Drain on paper towels.

12 comments:

  1. Assalamu alaykum sister,

    Thank you, thank you, thank you ;) so much for this recipe. I had this neighbor sister from Sudan and she used to make this during ramadan and i usued to eat it with sugar.

    Salam

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  2. Wa alaikum salam

    I have many more great recipes to come.

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  3. Salaam alaikum, sister

    I made these a couple of days ago for iftar, they were so yummy. May Allah reward you! You have so much energy, mashaAllah!

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  4. Thank You Amina for making my aftur a success...may Allah reward you Janah inshallah AMIIN!!!

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  5. Have you ever known anyone to put some cardamon into the batter?

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  6. manshalla may allah bleess you

    inshalla
    AMIINBAbz

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  7. Asalamu alaikum my dear sister. I wanted to thank for your lovely recipes, this one and all the others. I have made many of your recipes and they all became very good. My husband like them all, thank you for helping me to be a good wife, JazakumuAllahu Khayra Jaza.

    Your sister in islam Aisha.

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  8. sister thank you so much this web is so wonderful and i have learned a lot of somali food. please can u tell me the cornstarch and cornflour are they same i am a bit cinfuced and i couldn't find a cornstarch, so can i use the cornflour for the halwa instead the cornstarch? thank u so much jazakallahu khayra

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  9. Salam Tammy how are you
    This looks so yummy,
    i think it's also called "BUR"

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  10. zamzam
    salam alaykum my dear sister

    i just wanna thank you sooooooo much cos i used most of ur repices and my famaly loved. im 4rom somalia but i didn't how to cook most of ur food so thank again and again and may allah reward u and protect u and ur family

    salaam

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  11. Asalamu calaykum

    my dear sister in islam i would like to thank you for you recipes they are very helpful.They are all yummy and i am looking soo forward to your new recipes and once again thankyou

    salam

    Raiana

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  12. Aslalam alaykum. I just made this and its amazing thanks so much. May Allah reward you and ur family

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