Kadaïf: Kadaïf dough, which is also called “angel hair”, or “knafié” or “kenafeh” in the Middle East, is present in various oriental pastries.
Composed of flour, water and corn starch, it is shaped in the form of fine vermicelli and packaged in balls. They are used to stuff or dress various dishes (fish, shrimps, etc.) and salads or herbs (arugula, chervil, flat-leaf parsley). We coat them and put them in the oven after coating them with butter ...
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