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Qaxwo and Somali Sweets

Qaxwo (Somali Coffee) and Somali Sweets



Sweets

Somali Butter Cake
Halwa
Somali Cookies
Aana Baraawe (Somali Fudge)


Qaxwo

1 1/2 c. water
1 c. milk
2 ts. Somali coffee
1 Tbsp. sugar


1. Heat the water and the milk in a kettle.
2. Bring to a boil and add the sugar and coffee.
3. Reduce heat and continue to boil for 5 minutes.

7 comments:

  1. Jazaka-alaah Qeyr,

    I love Somali Qaxwa, I live faraway from Somali community I drive some weekends to 250 miles to drink Somali Qaxwa.

    Saciid

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  2. how do you make somali biscuit so that you can drink with tea.
    thank you

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  3. Dear sis

    can you plz tel me how to cok cano barawe and bread and halwa in somali

    thanks
    awo

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  4. mashallah I very much respect you my sister.

    you have seriously excelled in learning Somali culture and our delicacy and cuisines.
    a lot of people will benefit from your very helpful blog, the younger generation are forgetting their roots and are dependent on Somali restaurants to deliver Somali food. I think this blog is a major step in the right direction.

    the Somali community loves individuals like you don't feel left out you are welcome in our community and we see you as one of us and we are proud to have you linked to the Somali community.

    inshallah continue the good work. : D

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  5. SOMAAAAAAAAALIA

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  6. i love somali sweets ramadan mubarak

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  7. Tammy,

    Thank you for this great site...I can cook some Somali foods for my husband but, with this site I have been able to really get busy in the kitchen!!!

    Masha Allah

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