Amardine

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Amardine, or Amardeen, is a piece of dried fruit paste made from apricots that are grown near Damascus in Syria. Made in large sheets, the tangy, intensely flavored apricot leather has a thickness and consistency that ordinary fruit rolls lack. Full of vitamins and fiber, Amardeen is eaten out of hand or blend into many recipes that use dried fruit. After being chopped and soaked in water and whirled in a blender, Amardine juice drink is popular during the month of Ramadan to break the fast or to savor during the festive time after sundown. - AsNotedIn





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Product Kind Food
Food Type Fruit
Religious Practice Ramadan
Food Attribute Sweets
Food Syrian Food
Food Category Victual




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