EID Cake for New Comers in the Dutch Community

The Eid cake that helps integration for new comers in the Dutch community! One of our amazing Syrian participator had graciously worked on the #IntegrationChatRoomevent and had made these Eid cakes with some modifications to better represent the integration process new comers go through! The traditional Eid cake is usually made after Ramadan and during the Eid Al-Adha, without any stuffing inside, but she had changed the recipe in order to encourage others that taking a bit from both our own culture and from the Dutch can have a brilliant result! If you would like follow her steps, you will need flour, butter, milk, sugar, some spices (cinnamon, clove, ginger, nutmeg, turmeric, aniseed, mastic, nigella seeds)...mix all ingredients and knead them until it becomes a nice a dough, then you mix the Dutch blueberry with the butter, stuff them into the little balls you made and then leave it in the oven for around 15-20 mins! Berrylicious! Eat it while it's warm and enjoy the mixture of the Syrian and Dutch cuisine!

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