Saturday, December 1, 2007

Ka'ak al zaafaran wal zabib ( Saffron & Golden Raisins Rings)

Recipe by:zainab

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Bread Baking Day#4 will be hosted by Manuela (Baking History) who has chosen the theme of Bread & Spices.

750 g white flour.
250 g whole wheat flour.
250 g semolina .
200 g sugar
4 teaspoons baking powder.
1 teaspoon yeast.
pinch of saffron threads.
pinch of Salt
3 cups warm milk or ( 3 cups water + 9 Tablespoons dry milk).
3/4 – 1 cup golden raisins.
3 Tablespoons vegetable oil.
2 Tablespoons butter.

1) place all ingredients in the bowl of mixer ,beat 10 minutes to make a soft dough.

2) Cover and let rise for 15 minutes.

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3) Divide dough into 16 pieces; shape each piece into a ball, Cover and let rise for 15 minutes.
4) take one piece of dough and roll it out into a finger shape about 10 inches long , join the ends together.
5) place the rings on a baking sheet , brush the top with milk , Cover and let rise for 20 minutes.
6) Bake at 375 for 20-23 minutes.
7) serve with cardamom & Saffron milk.

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Dori said...

I would love to eat one of those toasty warm on a winter morning :D

Arabic Bites said...

Hi meeso,

This recipe is my favorite,we Grow up eating this kaák with cardamom & saffron milk in winter morning especially in Eid.
go ahead and give it a try and don't forget to let me know what you think!


Ammoontie said...

I have always loved arabic food and your blog is wonderful. I hope to try some of your recipes soon.

Liska said...

They look so delicious!

Anonymous said...

Hi Zainab, thanks for participating!
Could you please email me a picture of the Saffron and golden raisins rings to include in the roundup? Thanks!!

Tony said...

These look SO yummy! Could you add something like cinnamom and mixed peel for extra taste?

jannatuladnin said...

MasyaALLAH...your blog is very fantastic as it revealed those secret arabic recipes from your family kitchen. Im very pleased to bump into these blog. weldone..keep up the greatjob

Arabic Bites said...

Thanks for your visit and comment.

Thanks,you should try making them!

Wow...that sounds SO good. I love the combination of flavors...I am definitely going to try this,the traditional kaák is plain so you can add any flavors to your dough .

Thank you...Thank you!!


Arabic Bites said...

Baking History,

Thank you for hosting Bread Baking Day #04


Anonymous said...

the roundup is now online
thanks for your participation!
(please send me a picture of the bread rings to add to the post :)

Arabic Bites said...

Baking History,

I sent you 2 pictures yesterday.

Susan said...

Lovely! What is cardamom & saffron milk? Do you have a recipe?

Lien said...

Wow, these bread rings looks divine!!! They're on my to-bake-list! Thanks for sharing

ostwestwind said...

That sounds great, I had to find a cheaper saffron source..

Unknown said...

wow these look good! maybe sugar glaze will be a nic etouch...

Arabic Bites said...

Hi Susan,
Thank you for the can see the recipe here.

Arabic Bites said...

Thank you so much, don't forget to let me know what you think

Thank you for stopping by.
small amount of saffron will work ,you don't need alot.

Thanks for the great idea, it sounds delicious.


Tony said...

I made them! A slight alternation but SO tasty! Thank you!

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

hey, I am here for the first time.. Loved your recipes!!! Will def try this one and let u know how it turned out

Anonymous said...

Hi Zainab,

I made these today and were really good. I had doubt about the result because the rising time is so little and also is the yeast quantity. But still tried (for half the quantity).. the aroma and taste... i'll make it again for sure. Thanks for such a simple recipe.

Arabic Bites said...

Glad the recipe worked for you :)

Ramya's Mane Adige,
Welcome & keep visiting ,if you try the recipe I hope you like it.

Great news it worked!
If you make it again & you have doubt about the rising time you can double the time ,because it Depends on the weather, here in Saudi Arabia or Dubai the weather is warm so I don't need long time for rising.
Take Care.

zainab :)

TDMV said...

I was wondering about a specific recipe I'm looking for. It's called kaʿak al-asfar ("the yellow roll") )forgive me if I've made any spelling errors_. Hoping anyone could help me with this.

Cherine said...

Would love to eat those with a cup of milk :)

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