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3 Lessons (14m)
    • 1. Intro sfouf

      1:06
    • 2. Sfouf

      11:58
    • 3. Sfouf project

      0:29
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Hello everyone, I’m glad you could join me for this short special class dedicated to the very famous eggless, lactose free Lebanese yellow cakes, otherwise known as sfouf.
If you have watched my course on Lebanese and Mediterranean cuisine you would have notice that I have already made a lesson about a variation of sfouf with different ingredients. This here is the original version.
I’ve decided to publish this recipe in a separate class not only because it’s my favorite dessert, but especially because it works so well for anyone who has food allergies or intolerance.
This recipe does not contain in deed any eggs, milk or nuts. And if u want to turn it into a vegan dessert, all you have to do is substitute the butter that we will use to grease the baking tray, with oil or simply use baking sheet.
So stay tuned for this extremely simple, fast and very tasty dessert.

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Simon

Attorney-at-law/psychologist/home cook

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Simon is an attorney-at-law with a Master of Law in Private and Business Law (Banking and Capital Markets) from Saint Joseph University at the end of which he submitted a thesis relating to the international competence of the Lebanese courts in bankruptcy issues. Simon has more than 16 years' experience in Civil and Business law in general and more specifically in corporate law and contracts law.


Simon completed as well a bachelor degree in industrial psychology.

However, his true passion lies in the kitchen as a home cook, where he has gathered through the years lots and lots of traditional Lebanese family recipes and gained precious experience and knowledge in the culinary arts and especially in Lebanese, Levantine and Middle Eastern cuisine. 

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1. Intro sfouf: Hello everyone. I'm glad you could join me for the short special class dedicated to the very famous Atlas lactose free Lebanese yellow kicks, otherwise known as four. If you have watched my course on Lebanese and Mediterranean cuisine, you'll have noticed that I have already made lesson about the variation of spoof. What different ingredients? And this here is the original version. I've decided to publish this recipe in a separate class. Not only because it's my favorite dessert, but especially because it works so well. For anyone who has food allergies or food intolerances. This recipe does not contain indeed, any eggs, milk or not. And if you want to turn it into a vegan desserts, all you have to do is substitute the matter that we will use to grease the baking tray with oil or simply use baking sheets. So stay tuned for this extremely simple, fast, but very tasty dessert. 2. Sfouf: Hello and welcome back. In this lesson, we're gonna go for another tradition and desert yellow cake or spoof. But unlike current molasses cakes, we're going to have juice, some sugar for this recipe. Here are the ingredients for cups of all-purpose flour. Two cups of sugar, one cup of warm water, one and a quarter cups of vegetable oil, a tablespoon of ground, Annie's, a tablespoon of baking powder, tablespoons of Germanic. Some mother to release the baking tray. Start by warming some water. No need to boil it. We need to just warm enough to dissolve the sugar. Sugar is fully dissolved, put aside, and mix the dry ingredients. Why? Right? So. And the oil and start mixing. Water and mixed very well until the matter becomes creamy smoothly. Two, okay? If you choose to use an electric mixer, make sure to use it on the lowest speed. But anyway, live very careful not to over makes it. That's why I usually prefer to mix it by hand. Right. The baking tray, right? Make sure the batter is well distributed. Okay. Below this, you want sprinkle some sesame seeds for the duration. Put in a preheated oven at 216 degrees Celsius for around 30 minutes. And generally speaking, if it comes out, it means it's good to know. 3. Sfouf project: As a class project, I propose natural. Go ahead and prepare this desert by following the recipe as shown in the lesson. Post your videos or pictures so that everyone can see your creations and give you feedback and share with us your impressions about this recipe. And if you have any new ideas, any additions, any substitutions, I would really love to hear and try them.