Maqluba (Upside-Down Chicken and Rice)Maqluba or Maqlooba (Arabic: مقلوبة) is a traditional Syrian, Iraqi, Palestinian, and Jordanian dish served throughout the Levant. It consists of meat, rice, and fried vegetables placed in a pot which is flipped upside down when served, hence the name maqluba, which translates literally as "upside-down."Sayadieh (Fish With Spiced Rice)A family dish prepared with rice and fish then garnished with fried onions and pine nuts. Chicken Fatteh (Fattet Dajaj)This Chicken Fatteh (Fattet Dajaj) is an amazing combo of flavors made with yogurt, spiced shredded chicken, rice, tahini, toasted pine nuts & pita bread!
Kibbeh in Yogurt Sauce, Kibbeh bi LabanKibbeh bi Laban is a delicious Lebanese main dish recipe that's traditionally made with ground lamb or Lean beef .Maamoul (Arabian Date Filled Cookies)Maamoul is a delicious traditional Middle Eastern cookie that is typically made on religious holidays such as Eid, Easter or Christmas. Ma'amoul are usually made a few days before the holiday then stored to be served with Arabic coffee and chocolate to guests who come during the holiday.Semolina Turmeric Cake (Sfoof)Sfoof is a Lebanese dessert that is not overly sweet. It is pleasing to the American palate due to it's lack of rose water and orange blossom essence, found in most Middle Eastern desserts.Fried Cauliflower with Tarator SauceFried Cauliflower with Tarator Sauce is a common Lebanese dish. It is served with tarator or tahini sauce.Muhammara (Roasted Red Pepper Dip)Muhammara (Arabic: محمرة "reddened") or mhammara is a hot pepper dip originally from Aleppo, Syria, found in Levantine and Turkish cuisines. In western Turkey, muhammara is referred to as acuka.
Muhammara is eaten as a dip with bread, as a spread for toast, and as a sauce for kebabs, grilled meats, and fish.Okra in olive oil (Bamieh bi zayt)Bamieh bi zayt is a traditional Lebanese dish and is usually eaten with pita bread.Chicken Tagine With OlivesAdd a Mediterranean twist to a boring chicken dinner with this healthy chicken recipe. It's low-calorie while still rich in protein and costs less than $3 to make.Lebanese Turnip PicklesA staple condiment in the Middle East, the pickles are delicious on their own or alongside a sandwich, a hummus or babaganouj plate with bread, or shawarma—or served with olives and cocktails.Rice (Lebanese Method)Prepare this exotic Lebanese Rice recipe and enjoy the lingering fragrance combined with your favorite stew or soup. This Lebanese rice can be a base for a number of main dishes like chicken, lamb or prawns garnished with your favorite sauce and voila; this exotic Lebanese dish will embrace your dining table.