slivered almonds, walnuts, pistachios and pine nuts
Recipe Courtesy of May Yacoubi
Moghli, Meghli, Meghleh, Caraway or Karawiyah –they all point to the same Levantine rice-pudding dessert. Did you know that this dish was traditionally served to commemorate the birth of a male heir? These days it’s made to celebrate any newborn, including the birth of Christ on Christmas. It is believed to nourish new mums, giving them a needed boost to their health. Enjoy this silky pudding, topped with mixed nuts for added texture!