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Algerian Jam Tart | Gâteau Mderbel, Gâteau Sob Rachrach, Mabroosheh, حلوى المربى سهل


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This traditional Algerian jam cake is very easy to prepare melt-in-your-mouth and a great to accompany your coffee or tea. It's very practical and economical when you are in a hurry. A recipe to keep in your recipe book for unexcepted guests or for Ramadan.

The words mderbel and mabroosheh actually mean 'to grate'.

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For this recipe, I'm using sunflower oil. You can also use melted butter, melted ghee or light olive oil if you like.

So let's get started with the recipe...

KITCHEN TIME 🕓 ACTIVE PREP TIME : 10  min |   INACTIVE PREP TIME : 15 min   |  COOK TIME : 10-12 min 

cookie recipes | makes about 24

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  • 4 eggs
  • 150g – 3/4 cup sugar
  • 150 mL – ½ cup of vegetable oil or melted butter
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1 jar of your favorite jam (I used apricot jam)
  • about 400g – 3 ½ cup (depending on the consistency of the dough)
  • 1 packet of baking powder (2tsp)

Beat the egg, oil, and sugar together for a few minutes until pale and fluffy. Add the vanilla, baking powder,  and then on the lowest speed and then gradually add in the  flour until just combined. Wrap in cling film and rest for 10 minutes 

Divide the dough. One portion should be larger than the other.

Press the dough into your baking sheet.

Now spread the jam all over the dough.

Take the other portion of dough, add in some more flour. Just enough to have a firm dough. Now grate the dough over the dough.

Preheat oven to 160°c-320°f and bake for 30-35 minutes.

These little cakes would go great with some Sunnah date milk.

    Make Ahead
    ⇝ These cookies can be made 3 days ahead.

    ⇝ These cookies keep well for up to 10 days, just be sure to store them in an air-tight food-safe container.

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