Oh wow Dimah! What a gorgeous dish you share with us today! Thank you!!!! you know, I love finding out similar dishes from completely different cultures, and I guess this can be compared to an Argentinean empanada, of course, there are differences in flavours and everything, but the concept is the same.
Thanks for putting in the time and effort to make it :)
Wow! What a lovely dish. Thanks for stopping by my blog to comment on the rustic berry tart and for introducing me to your blog. I don’t know anything about Syrian food, so I’m going to learn a lot by reading your blog. Maybe you can get some Filipino food ideas from me, although it seems lately I haven’t cooked any Filipino food!
Marta: Thanks! I love your comments!
Previously, I posted “Sambosak Mwaraq”, and mentioned that we have other types of sambosak, that can be fried or baked and they are stuffed with the same filling of sambosak mwaraq, these types of sambosak (except sambosak mwaraq) have the same shape of empanada.
Y: Thanks! it’s definitely worth it!
Jessica: Thanks, darling!
Ninette: Thanks for coming by!
Your blog is very nice, you have great recipes and photos, and for sure I’ll learn from you. And thanks for adding my blog to your favorites, I really appreciate it!
Brigitta: Thank you so much!
I really want to post in Arabic, but I can’t find time.
I love my first language (Arabic), but I’m writing in English because I want to spread this beautiful cuisine to the world.
I’m curious, do you know Arabic?! may I ask you where are you from?