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Storytime Around the World: Eid Al-Adha - Baking Date Mamoul Cookies
In this class, students will learn what Eid is and how it is celebrated around the world and we will bake Date Mamoul cookies
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In this class, we will read a book about the Eid celebration that will be celebrated all around the world towards the end of this month. This will be taught while having an interactive conversation with the students. we will begin class with introductions and we will talk about what holidays the students celebrate if any. I will explain what a Mamoul cookie is and what to expect. We will go through ingredients, make our cookies, and get them in the oven and while we wait(cook time is about 12...
The students will learn the different ways Eid is celebrated around the world, why it is celebrated, and what is its significance.
This class is not about religion, it is meant to be a secular class. No sensitive topics will be discussed.
No homework in this class, but students may look into the holiday before class and have questions ready to ask me if they would like.
Here are the ingredients for our Mamoul Date cookies: (if parents would like to substitute/ change toppings and etc. that is totally okay. This class is about having fun) PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS IF YOU CANT FIND ANY OF THE INGREDIENTS OR ANYTHING AT ALL. 3 cups Fine Semolina (milled wheat flour/ can be found at middle eastern stores) 1/2 cup All Purpose flour 2 tablespoons granulated sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon active dry yeast 1 cup ghee, clarified butter 1/2 cup lukewarm water 1/3 cup whole milk Filling: 3 cups pitted, softened dates or 8 oz date paste 2 tablespoons canola oil 1 teaspoon ground cardamom 1 teaspoon orange blossom water powdered sugar for dusting the tops after baking optional Molds needed to get the a pretty mamoul cookie. Here two options you can purchase: This is the most authentic one that you will find in middle eastern stores and countries but is on the pricey side : https://www.amazon.com/Maamoul-Carved-Wooden-Eastern-Diameter/dp/B06X91WVRK/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=maamoul+mold&qid=1623013555&sr=8-3 This mold is cheaper but works the same way: https://www.amazon.com/Hleeduo®-Wooden-Steamed-Pumpkin-Baking/dp/B00MVGSZEE/ref=sr_1_16?dchild=1&keywords=maamoul+mold&qid=1623013555&sr=8-16
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1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Ahlaam HuwiehEducator/ Homeschool Mom and Baker
29 total reviews
15 completed classes
HI! My name is Ahlaam and I teach various classes on outschool. My classes range from creative writing, to diverse story telling, making snacks with little kids as well as baking with the older students. I have a BA in Psychology and I have...