An unbaked Algerian sweet, easy and quick to prepare that you can decorate as you like. I add to my photos of kefta (above) already published on my blog, photos of mauresues (below) of my dear friend Malikos. I have already tasted her cakes and they are a true delight every time, too bad I live far from her otherwise I'll have coffee every afternoon at hers .. lol
2 cups ground almonds
1 cup of icing sugar
1 tbsp of Vanilla extract
Egg white or syrup (recipe here) (preferably syrup lol)
1 part ground cookies + 1 part ground walnuts or 2 parts of grounf almond
2 tbspof butter
1 part sugar
In a bowl, combine almonds, sugar and vanilla, add egg white or syrup and mix until a dough forms
Prepare the stuffing by mixing the biscuit and nuts or the almonds with the sugar and butter, then add honey until it forms a soft dough.
Roll the dough 3-5 mm thick and cut shapes using cookie cutter
Roll the stuffing of the same thickness and cut with the same cookie cutter
Put a piece of almond dough, then top with a piece of stuffing, then cover with another piece of almond dough.
Cut flowers and leaves with marzipan or sugar paste and set them on the cake.
For the mauresques: with a small paintbrush, color the edges of the