Amar al deen pudding

Amar al deen pudding, also known as Aamar al deen mohalabeya, is an irresistible apricot pudding, creamy, fragrant and sweet.

Aamar al deen is a guest that shows up in many different forms on the iftar table during the month of Ramadan, the best amar eddeen paste is always made in Syria, they are the best and the largest producer and exporter to this delicious apricot roll ups. This pudding is based on making the juice out of the paste then make the pudding, but if this is too much for you, then you can make it out of any good quality apricot juice.




2 cups of readymade aamar al deen juice.

2 Tablespoon cornstarch.

Nuts and coconut flakes for garnishing 



In a deep pot over medium heat, pour 1 3/4 cups of the juice and bring to gentle boil.

Meanwhile, dissolve the cornstarch in the remaining 1/4 cup of juice until no lumps are visible.

Reduce heat to medium low, gradually add the corn starch mixture whisking continuously.

Let it simmer until thickened, usually takes 3 minutes.

Pour in serving plates and garnish with nuts.

Serve cold or at room temperature.


Lara Khouli