Kahqa, Kue Kaak (-Middle Eastern-)

wheat flour, vegetable oil, eggs, sugar, black cumin, egg yolk, water, salt

Ka'ak or Kahqa is the common Arabic word for biscuit and can refer to several different types of baked goods produced throughout the Arab world and the Near East. The bread, in Middle Eastern countries, is similar to a dry and hardened biscuit and mostly ring-shaped. This pastry is popular in Indonesia, and called as "kue kaak".

Created May 13, 2020 by: anika854

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