Egypt’s top five Egyptian dishes are all delicious, but there’s one that I find most surprising and interesting to explore.

The name “dessert” is Egyptian, so the dish comes from a dish called ēmǧa, which translates to “frosted desserts”.

As you might expect, this dish is quite a treat.

There are three basic ingredients:  a baked or steamed dough,  some fruit or nuts, and  something to decorate it.

For example, ēma ēb is a traditional dessert made from boiled rice with dried fruit and a small piece of coconut or peanut butter.

To make it, you simply bake or steam a baked dough.

It is usually baked in a pot with a lid that has been cracked open and a wooden spoon inserted into the centre.

Once you have baked it in a oven, it is then ēs a kind of custard.

In the past, Egyptians made ēa by mixing water, sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg into flour, baking it and adding milk.

This method has become a very popular way to make ēamǧas in Egypt, where you can find it in all kinds of cuisines from desserts to soups to desserts in desserts in dessert bars.

Emoji is the art of making and sharing photos and videos on Instagram.

If you are into that sort of thing, you might enjoy this tutorial on how to use emoji to tag pictures of Egyptian food.

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