From Kunafa the main Middle Eastern sweet, to Baklava the traditional Middle Eastern pastry, to Ma’mul the traditional Middle Eastern cookies, to Cream & Cheese based sweets Oriental delicacies is a quality that mark this part of the world. Oriental sweets are also the perfect gift that many people choose to offer for many of their occasions, In dinner parties, holiday gathering, graduations and engagements, weddings and special occasions people offer and consume them on a regular basis.
During the holy month of Ramadan, it is common to finish your iftar by having oriental sweets as a dessert.
The delicious world of the meditation sweets also include very unique and mouthwatering recipes adding a twist to some already known oriental sweets like the "Baklava" soaked with syrup. meditation sweets include also the semolina based pastries such as Ma’mul, Atayef, Warbat, Halawet El Jeben, Mabroma, Basbosa, Ghray-beh, Bara-zik, Balah Al Sham, Asabe’ Zainab, Awama, etc.
Kunafa the ‘Queen of Arabic desserts’, all of the Middle East have played their part in perfecting the sweet and golden dessert throughout the years. They have all added a special touch unique to their community. These are just some of the things that make one appreciate this dessert so much and on the hand we play our role to make and deliver the best kunafa to our customers that they are well deserve.
Baklava’s set is composed of different category of oriental sweets like Borma,Basma, Basima,Ballorieh, Fingers, Roses, and Bokaj.
Atayef/Qatayef is the general name of the dessert as a whole, but more specifically, the batter. The result of the batter being poured onto a round hot plate appears similar to pancakes, except only one side is cooked, then folded. The pastry is filled with either unsalted cheese or a mixture of any of hazelnuts, walnuts, almonds and pistachios. It is then deep-fried or, less commonly, baked and served with a hot syrup. The holy month of Ramadan won’t be the same without having Atayef on the table after iftar.
Ma’mul that is filled with crushed walnuts, dates, or pistachios and then coated with powdered sugar is considered as the main consumed dessert in Eid time and it’s a must during its holidays.
Warbat, Halawet El Jeben, Mabroma, Basbosa, Ghray-beh and Bara-zik is also a delicacy that should not be missed. This heavenly dessert refers to the third category of oriental sweets that are made with cream and cheese; this dessert is a masterpiece that we are very specialized with.
Due to the diversity and the different types of oriental sweets, a box of these sweets guarantees that every person will find a piece that satisfies his taste. Whether you are a pistachios lover, or you prefer walnuts or dates, creamy, crunchy or softy sweets you will definitely find your choice in our store, Offering a wide range of Oriental sweets and delicacies, “Firas Sweets” is considered as one of the experts in Oriental sweets in its Region.