Halal Substitutes for Alcohol in Baking

There are some really wonderful pastry and baking dishes found in French, Italian, Latin, Asian and American cuisine that call for alcohol and liquors, so if you’re following a Halal diet, I’ve come up with a list of all natural Halal substitutes for those – and the results are delicious. You can get some of the classics in the My Halal Kitchen cookbook.

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Raspberry Flan in the My Halal Kitchen cookbook

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