The soup we all grew up having, especially during Ramadan. Its ridiculously easy, requires a few ingredients, super nutritious AND very versatile.
Knefe needs no introduction, however if you are unfamiliar with it, it is a typical Arabic dessert made across the Arab countries with a slide variation from each country. It is a cheesy dessert, with a baked crust, usually made with knefe dough known as Farek. It is best served warm, drenched in sugar syrup, and served in a kaake.
Just in time for Spring! This carrot cake requires basic ingredients that we all have at home! It’s not too sweet and the tahini in the frosting adds a super nice kick to it.
These are addictive. Not only are they sugar free but they’re soo good and really ridiculously easy to make! Definite crowd pleaser with super nostalgic flavors.
Lasagna needs no introduction. It’s one of these dishes that you want to have in your freezer for a rainy day. It’s so hearty and wholesome and just hits the spot, every single time.
I can have these all day long, literally. The traditional way is done by frying them first and then tossing them with the spice mix but let’s make it healthier by roasting the potatoes. I promise, you can not tell the difference.
Lebanese Mezza needs no introduction, but just in case you haven’t crossed paths with it yet, it’s the absolute best thing in life.
Mutabbal is one of the most delicious dips in my opinion, not to mention super healthy, and well, vegan.
Bundt cake series continues, i absolutely love a dry cake, so i’m sharing with you my favourite recipes 🙂 This cake tastes like a cinnamon roll and is perfect with a cup of coffee.
You guys, i grew up with this orange cake constantly being present in my grandma’s living room, cut like in the picture and stored in her awesome cake box. I would take a few pieces with me back home every single time and have them at school the next day.
And now i’m blessing you all with her recipe. I deciphered it from a long voice note that was in “fenjen” measurements.
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Some notes before you start, you need to whip the egg whites really well. It is essential to get that airy yet moist texture. Also, don’t use fancy vanilla extract. The vanilla sugar is what you want here.
And please, use fresh oranges and not boxed.
One of my favorite christmas cookies, these chocolate crinkle cookies are super soft, fudgy on the inside, and have an amazing powdered sugar coating. The recipe makes a lot, you can store them in an airtight container or freeze them.
Recipe is from King Arthur Baking