A bit broken from transit.
The name means "heart of almonds’ as it’s filling is ground almonds. It’s known around Algiers as Qalb bel louz, which simply means ‘ heart of almond’ meaning the middle has an almond layer. In the East it’s known as H’rissa,H’rissa helou in the Eastern part of Algeria and as Chamiya, Chamia in the Western part of Algeria.
A very sweet dessert is in the same genré as other syrup drenched dessert, hat is painstakingly "soaked" or rather butter coated then let to rest then baked the next day then again allowed to rest before drenching in an orange blossom scented syrup overnight so the semolina absorbs all of its fragrance.
Commonly eaten at Ramadan.
Contains almonds and semolina.
Collection asap please.