Egyptian chefs have given popular Arabic dessert, the Kunafa, several twists for this Ramadan.
The dessert makers have recreated and are offering "Red velvet Kunafa," which consists of a layer of Kunafa, made out of spun shredded wheat, combined with a layer of red velvet cake and fresh whipped cream.
Another creation called "Chocolate Kuanfa" is also gaining popularity, where the sweet treat is mixed with sweetened hazelnut Nutella chocolate spread, and topped with round balls of Maltesers, Al Arabia reported.
Meanwhile, Mango Kunafa has also remained popular in Egypt this Ramadan.
The traditional dessert is toasted and crunchy at the top and base, with sugar syrup poured on top, with fillings of cream, mixed nuts, raisins, custard or cheese in between.
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