Feteer El Malak Stamp
“Feteer El Malak” in Arabic means Archangel Michael Bread. It is an Egyptian and Coptic heritage that is a vegan and sweet bun that rivals French brioche. Baking Feteer El Malak during lent is a deep-rooted tradition among Copts (Egyptian Christians) that has been passed on to the younger generations either in Egypt or the Diaspora. The tradition goes that the Coptic (Egyptian Christian) matriarch of every family bakes these vegan sweet buns to honor Archangel Michael, the most revered angel in Christian scripture, asking the Archangel to protect her kids and to raise her prayers to the almighty GOD.