Walnut Ghriba is a variant of the Moroccan Ghriba (Ghriyba or Ghoriba). Ghriba is a delicious round shortbread cookie that has a very crunchy texture and is made with several ingredients, which create an uncommon flavour to Moroccan cuisine. In the Moroccan language (Darija), ‘ghriba’ means ‘mysterious’, and it was introduced to Moroccan cuisine by a group of Andaloussi who had settled in Spain before migrating to Morocco many years ago. Traditionally, these cookies are served with Moroccan mint tea or Arabic coffee. The Walnut Ghriba is famous for its cracked and chewy surface. The cookie is filled with exciting flavours of Apricot jam, ground cinnamon, butter, Arabic gum and raw walnuts. It looks like a crinkle cookie but is much chewier and softer. The texture and the flavours melt in the mouth softly like bread. This dish is gluten-free and high in Omega because of the walnuts. Its nutty, sweet and cinnamony flavours provide a feast to the taste buds like nothing else.