For a one-page printable version, see this Almond Briouat Recipe.
The Moroccan sweets pictured above are just one of many varieties of briouats, a pastry made by wrapping a filling in thin pastry dough and then frying. The fillings might be savory or sweet.
In the popular Almond Briouat version, the pastries are filled with fresh almond paste flavored with orange flower water and cinnamon. Once fried, the pastries are then given a short soaking in hot honey for flavor and sweetness. Almond Briouats are commonly served at both special occasions and casual tea times.
The following photos show how to make the cookies following this classic Almond Briouat Recipe. They're usually made in a large quantity, so you might want to reduce the recipe by half. You may find an extra set of hands in the kitchen to be helpful.