A Middle Eastern Butter cookie filled with a pistachio filling.
"There must be as many recipes for ras el hanout as there are spice vendors in Morocco. The name itself, which translates as "top (or head) of the shop," refers to the best combination of spices the seller can provide. Si Brahim, our spice vendor in Azemmour, incorporates thirty-four spices, dried roots, so-called aphrodisiacs, and other mysterious and unusual items. I prefer to use Naima Lakhm...
A Middle Eastern sesame paste made from roasted sesame seeds The paste is used for flavoring recipes such as humus or Baba Ganoush.
Recipe by Cookbook author Susie Fishbein. Recipe makes 18 matzo balls, six of each variety. Matzo balls are traditionally eaten with a chicken broth soup at the start of the seder meal. Use three, one of each variety, per bowl of soup.)