This Polish easter pastry is consumed in large quantities during Easter. There are many different toppings for these sweet pastries including nuts and jam. In this case, I have decorated it with chocolate praline eggs, dark chocolate eggs and milk chocolate eggs.
This sweet is very popular in countries of Eastern Mediterranean and South Asia. It goes by several names such as jalebi, mishebik, zalabia and zoolbia. The name ‘Mishebik’ is derived from it’s intertwined appearance and comes from the arabic word ‘mishebik’ which means ‘knotted together’.