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Malabi is a milk pudding with Middle-Eastern roots. It is a traditional dessert in Israeli cuisine. Malabi is made with almonds, rose water, cornstarch, rice flour, chopped nuts, and sugar. There are such variations as: rice-flour malabi, cornstarch malabi. You can find this pudding in many restaurants in Israeli. The recipes can vary a little, but the result is always the same - a tasty and savory dessert. Rosewater is a common ingredient in cakes and desserts in Jewish cuisine. Malabi is sprinkled with rosewater and red syrup. The dish is served chilled.

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