Meghli is a light dessert that is prepared in abundance in the Levant region, especially the Lebanese cuisine, where it is served especially on birth occasions as one of the customs and traditions.
It’s one of the desserts that contain proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.
It is a delicious pudding of ground rice with spices: anise, cinnamon, caraway, and decorated with coconut shredded and hearts: walnuts, almonds, pine nuts and pistachios.
Since this pudding accompanies the birth of a child, it is natural that we offer it at Christmas to celebrate the birth of Christ.
I prepared the meghli with my mother-in-law, following the family recipe, a very easy recipe that you can prepare.
This healthy, nutritious, natural gluten-free soft rice dessert is lactose-free and vegan-free.
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- Bring the ground rice and make sure it’s a healthy, gluten-free alternative for those with gluten intolerance or celiac disease.
- When following the method of Lebanese boiled, beware of excessive consumption, as it is high in calories, sugar and carbohydrates, and excessive consumption of it may cause weight gain, obesity and accumulation of fat in the body.
Sift all the dry ingredients into a deep, wide bowl.
Add water to it and leave it on medium heat until it boils and freezes.
Reduce the heat, stirring constantly, and leave the boiled on a quiet fire for forty-five minutes.
Bring the serving cups, pour the boiling water in them, and leave it to cool a little.
Decorate it with various nuts, starting with fine coconut, then the rest, and serve it cold.