#OriginsOfBreadwithSafinstant – Khaliat Nahal

 

Honeycomb bread is a popular middle eastern delicacy which is soft, buttery cheese-filled bread soaked in a sugar syrup that is served as a sweet dish particularly. This bread is preferred for breakfast, evening snacks and as a dessert too.

 

 

 

 

Honeycomb bread or Khaliat Nahal (translates as Bees Hive in Arabic). The bread is called a honeycomb because of the frame patterns of the buns.

 

 

There are various ways of making the bread; which can be made in both sweet and savory sessions. Some recipes call for the bread rolls to be doused with a simple sweetener or a saffron syrup.

Sweetbread is soft, buttery and coated with honey & sugar syrup.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Discover previous months’ #OriginsOfBreadwithSafinstant articles here;

#OriginsOfBreadwithSafinstant – Bagel

#OriginsOfBreadwithSafinstant – Brioche Bread

#OriginsOfBreadwithSafinstant – Focaccia Bread

 

 

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