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WARBAT BIL ASHTA ( FILLO DOUGH TRIANGLES FILLED WITH MILK PUDDING )By baidooneWarbat is an Arabic sweet pastry (originally from Jordan) similar to baklava, consisting of layers thin phyllo dough filled with milk pudding, though it is sometimes also filled with pistachios, walnuts, almonds, or sweet cheese.The dessert is topped with a sweet syrup made from sugar, water, and a hint of lemon brought to a boil and then left to cool and thicken.
Arabic Fattoush SaladBy baidooneFattoush is a Levantine Middle Eastern salad, originally from Lebanon and spread to neighboring countries in time, made from toasted or fried pieces of khubz (Arabic flat bread) combined with mixed greens and other vegetables, such as radishes and tomatoes.
Easy Homemade Hummus With TahiniBy baidooneHummus is a dip or spread made from cooked, mashed chickpeas blended with tahini, and lemon juice. It is popular in the Middle East and Mediterranean, as well as in Middle Eastern cuisine around the globe. It can also be found in most grocery stores in North America and Europe.
Vegetarian Stuffed Grape LeavesBy baidooneVegetarian Grape leaves is a healthy Middle Eastern appetizer dish for any time of the day. It is made of rolled grape leaves with rice and vegetable stuffing.
Mahalabia – Arabic SweetBy baidooneMahalabia is one of the most famous desserts in the Levant. It is called Mahlaya in Damascus. In Egypt, Muhallabiya has many names consisting of milk, starch and flavorings.
Basbousa (Semolina Cake with Almonds)By baidooneBasbousa is a traditional Middle Eastern sweet cake that originated in Egypt. It is made from a semolina batter and sweetened with simple sugar syrup.
Fried KibbehBy baidooneKibbeh is a Levantine mezze made with bulgur, finely ground beef and spices! It's then shaped into balls then fried or baked!
Chicken OuziBy baidooneOuzi is a rice based dish popular in the Middle East. It is served with chicken or lamb, roasted nuts and served over rice.
Lamb MachboosBy baidooneMachboos or machbous is a typical dish of the Gulf cuisine and the national dish of Kuwait and Bahrain. It can be cooked with either lamb or chicken.
Ashtalieh (Lebanese Cream Pudding)By baidooneAshtalieh/ Ashtalleya is a Lebanese classic made out of simple ingredients. The pudding is so easy to make and the sugar syrup is equally simple.
Om Ali – Egyptian Bread PuddingBy baidooneOm Ali, Omali, Umm Ali, or Oumm Ali (Egyptian Arabic: ام على‎), meaning "Ali's mother" is an Egyptian dessert. There are numerous variations with different composition.The name “Om Ali” is literally translated into the mother of Ali and it is traced back to the Ayyubid era. It is named after the wife of the ruler of the Ayyubid Empire in Egypt who used to make it for her husband.
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