Lham Lahlou


butter, mutton, sugar, orange blossom water, golden raisins, dried apricots

Lham (lit. meat) lahlou (lit. sweet) is an Algerian dish consisting of pieces of lamb stewed in a sweet syrup with fruit and various spices such as cinnamon and star anise. The dish often employs fruits such as prunes, quince, apples, pears, apricot, and raisins. It is typically reserved for Ramadan when the dish is used to break the fast. Because it is full of sugar, lham lahlou is excellent for keeping the energy levels up for nightly prayers.

Modified Oct. 3, 2020

Created Sept. 26, 2020 by: atasneem

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