Milk and Bread Pudding (Aish el Saraya)By baidooneAish el Saraya is an Egyptian and Levantine dessert, consisting of syrup-soaked breadcrumbs topped with clotted cream and pistachios. It contains neither eggs nor butter. It is popular in Lebanon and the Arab world.
Lentils, Rice and Caramelized Onions (Mujadara)By baidooneMujadara consists of cooked lentils together with rice, and garnished with sauté onions, typically seasoned with cumin and black pepper and served warm, chilled, or at room temperature as a side or main dish. It’s a simple, nutritious, and delicious dish.
Spinach FatayerBy baidooneSpinach Fatayer is a Middle Eastern pie that can alternatively be stuffed with meat, or cheese such as Feta or Akkawi. It is part of Levantine cuisine and is eaten in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Jordan, and Palestine.
Arabic Bread (Pita Bread)By baidooneArabic bread/Pita bread is a staple in Middle Eastern food. This Arabic bread recipe is simple, quick and makes perfect pita bread every time! Arabic bread can be used for dipping, or to make delicious sandwiches in the pocket. In the Middle East, pita is made in brick ovens, where very high heat can be achieved. It is very hard to duplicate in a home kitchen, but this recipe, combined with high heat comes very close.
KunafaBy baidooneKunafa/Knafeh is an Arabic sweet made of very fine vermicelli-like phyllo pastry. It is sometimes known as shredded phyllo. It combines a layer of shredded phyllo with a creamy cheese filling and then another layer of shredded phyllo. It is flavored with a simple syrup of rose water and orange water. It is served as a dessert.
TabboulehBy baidooneTabbouleh is a salad of Lebanese origin consisting of chopped parsley, tomatoes, mint, onion, bulgur (Fine Cracked Wheat), and seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper. In traditional Lebanese cuisine, Tabbouleh or Tabouli is usually served along with Mezza which is a host of appetizers.
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