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Abyssinian bombs

Tiny cookies

Abyssinian bombs

Preparation steps

  • Grind figs, peeled orange and sugar in a chopper. Add ground walnuts. Combine the mixture nicely and leave for about 10 minutes in the freezer. Then shape into balls and serve in paper baskets.

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bombs fasting little balls

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