Bjawia is a Tunisian dessert that is prepared with roasted dried fruits which deliver all their aromas in a soft syrup to form a divine bite-size pastry filled with pistachios.
For the Tunisians, they symbolize hospitality and joy.
Bjawia is somewhat similar in concept to a number of other traditional recipes with dried fruits and syrup or honey, like Cypriot pastellaki, which is prepared with peanuts and sesame seeds, or Georgian gozinaki, which is made with a combination of almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, peanuts, as well as flax seeds.
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