Serve this old and well-known oriental dessert, Anise Basbousa as well as this special recipe, and prepared in advance to be served cold to the guests, and decorated with various nuts as desired.
- 3 cups of semolina
- 1 Glass of all purpose flour
- two tablespoons of sugar
- two tablespoons milk powder
- Tablespoon Yeast
- two tablespoons ground anise
- two tablespoons black sesame
- two tablespoons Roasted Sesame
- a cup only a third Vegetable oil with olive oil and 4 tablespoons of ghee
- Glass Hot water with two tablespoons of anise we leave it for 15 minutes together
- 1/2 cup water according to the dough
- for the syrup:
- 2 cups sugar
- 2 cups Water
- squeeze lemon
- Tablespoon ghee
- First, the syrup is to add sugar and water to the fire until it boils and the sugar dissolves. Leave it for 5 minutes. It boils over a low heat, then add lemon juice and a tablespoon of ghee and turn off the heat along.
- In a bowl, add semolina, flour, two tablespoons of sugar, powdered milk, yeast, black seed, sesame and ground anise, then mix well.
- Pour vegetable oil mixed with ghee and olive oil, then mix by hand with semolina until it is homogeneous with each
- Before we put a cup of hot water with two tablespoons of anise and love it and leave it for a quarter of an hour, then pour it on the semolina gradually and knead it
- Then we add to it half a cup of water, and continue to knead to have a cohesive dough
- Grease the tray with butter and spread the dough by hand so that it is an even surface and define it cut with a knife as desired, cover and leave for an hour to rest
- Place the tray in the oven at a temperature of about 180°C/360°F, the heat is from below until the edges are brown; then turn on the heat from above until the face becomes golden
- Bake for about 20 to 22 minutes
- Remove the tray from the oven; then pour over the syrup
- Cut, then serve and enjoy your dessert!