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Soothing Treat: Lebanese Vegan Mughly Pudding

Ah, it’s the holiday season. It’s time to get cracking on holiday recipes for dessert and main courses. As a famous Lebanese Christmas specialty, Mughly is perfect for the holiday season. Traditionally this pudding is served if a child is born during Xmas season.

But Mughly is also perfect as you start preparing for the shopping and all the stress ahead of you. It is a nice and perfect holiday specialty because it is known to soothe stomachaches (anise and caraway are known to reduce gases in the stomach). What I love most about this recipe is that it is so tasty – and easy to cook. 



Lebanese Vegan Mughly Pudding

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1 cup of rice flour
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1 cup of sugar 

  • 
1 tablespoon cinnamon
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1 tablespoon ground caraway powder 

  • 
1 tablespoon ground anise powder
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8 cups of water

For decoration: 

Coconut, pistachios, raisins, and walnuts.


Mix rice flour, sugar, cinnamon, caraway powder, and anise with the water in a deep saucepan.

Keep stirring until the ingredients until they become thick. The thickness is up to your own preference.

Pour it into small, nice, and decorative bowls.

Decorate each bowl with coconut, crushed pistachios, walnuts, and raisins. Make the decorations colorful and appealing. You can eat this pudding hot, warm, or cold. Enjoy it, either way. Yum!

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