Saffron is the stigma of Crocus sativus, a flowering plant in the crocus family. Saffron, the world's most expensive spice,
Starch extracted from the stem of an Asian palm tree and used for thickening puddings and occasionally soups;
Salep is a starchy powder from dried Orchid tubers, that is commonly used to make milk and sugar drink as well as pudding.
An Arabic mixed vegetable salad, with vegetables, chopped and dressed with vinaigrette.
Algerian Cigarette Pastries Algerian sweets made from egg roll shells, cannot be substituted with Phyllo dough.
Egyptian cooking, large yeast bread rings covered with sesame seeds, crusty on the outside, soft inside, sold on the street, the Turkish version is simit.