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Maamoul Mad, also known as Maamoul Madd, is a type of Middle Eastern pastry that is typically served during festive occasions such as Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha. It is a cookie-like pastry that is made from a combination of semolina, flour, butter or ghee, sugar, yeast, and water, and is filled with a sweet and fragrant mixture of dates, nuts, or sweetened coconut.

The dough is typically prepared by mixing semolina, flour, and butter or ghee until a crumbly mixture is formed. Yeast is then added to the mixture along with sugar and water, and the dough is kneaded until it is smooth and elastic. The dough is then left to rise for a few hours before being formed into small balls.

The filling for Maamoul Mad is typically made by mixing dates or nuts with sugar and spices such as cinnamon and cardamom. The filling is then shaped into small balls and placed inside the dough balls, which are then pressed into wooden molds to create decorative patterns.

Maamoul Mad is usually baked until it is golden brown and fragrant. It is typically served with Arabic coffee or tea and is enjoyed by people of all ages.



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