# Put the semolina and the sifted flour
into a deep bowl, add mahaleb and baking powder onto the mixture.
# After mixing these ingredients, add half of the olive
at first, then add half of the water, start to knead it.
# Add the remaining olive
oil and warm water into the mixture little by little, while kneading the dough. Knead it for 5 minutes. The dough must not stick to your hands.
# Cover the dough and rest it for half an hour at least. Meanwhile prepare the stuffing; mix granulated sugar
, cinnamon, ginger powder, pounded cloves and pounded walnut
s all together.
# Pick lemon
sized pieces from the rested dough, roll them. Wet your forefinger and cover your finger with dough pieces, to make hole in dough pieces.
# Put enough stuffing into the hole, squeeze the end of the hole to fold it and then roll them as ball. Place them into the special gerebic moulds by forcing on them. Remove them from the mould by kicking the mould to the bench. (If you do not have geberic moulds, you can use tartlet moulds.)
# Place the shaped geberic cookies (about 32 cookies) onto the greased baking tray, with some spaces between them. Place the tray into the oven, which is preheated to 320 F, with some spaces between them. Bake them with light pink color.
# You can eat these cookies, 3 months later also. Sprinkle castor sugar
all over, while serving them.