Awameh or Alqaymat, is one of the traditional and common sweets of the Levant cuisine. We recommend trying these small fried balls of dough which will melt in your mouth once you dipped in syrup.
1. Dissolve the yeast in 2 tablespoons warm water and 1/4 teaspoon sugar.
2. Let it rise. Mix the flour, salt. Add the yeast, water and beat until you get the consistency you want.
3. Set aside for 4 hours and let it rise.
4. Heat the oil on medium fire to high fire.
5. Dip a tablespoon in water, picking up a small portion of the mixture, and drop them into the hot oil.
6. Fry until light brown.
7. Remove and dip in Qatter (syrup).
For Qater "syrup":
1. In a pot, dissolve the sugar in water until boiling.
2. Add lemon juice and orange blossom water, don't stir while cooking.
3. Reduce the heat over the mixture and leave it to boil for 10 minutes until it becomes thick
4. Take off the syrup from heat and put it aside until cold.