It’s Christmas Baking Time!

Kahke

Flour…check. Sugar…check. Butter…double-check – and don’t forget the kadaif dough! It’s time to roll up your sleeves and start baking your favorite holiday sweets.




Need a little help figuring out what to bake? Try making some of our favorite recipes:


Apricot Crescent Cookies


Boorma

Kourabia

Mini – or Traditional – Paklava


Kahke


Cheese, Nut-filled, or Cream-filled Kadaif


Kourabia


Shakarshee


Shakar Loqum


Tahini-Sesame Seed Cookies




If you have an Armenian – treasured Christmas baked good you’d like to share, please email your recipe to: robyn@thearmeniankitchen.com.

Happy Baking!

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