GAW: Pão de queijo and Harissa cake
During the #GAW we will be tasting desserts and snacks from all around the world! Curious what you can expect?
Pão de queijo
Pão de queijo is a typical Brazilian dish. These small baked dough balls with a cheese taste are however also known in other countries in Latin-America. In Columbia they know them as “pandebone”, in Ecuador as “muchines de yuca” and in Argentia and Paraguay they are called “chipá”. The only differences are the size and its shape.
The harissa cake is popular all around the Middle East and beyond; across the Balkans and in the Horn of Africa they also enjoy this treat. The cake is made from cooked semolina soaked in syrup. We cannot wait to try this!
Join us on 17th March during the next Games from Around the World (GAW) by signing up on https://www.uidnl.org/uidevents to discover more about how connected we are through food that cuts across cultures and generations!