The soup we all grew up having, especially during Ramadan. Its ridiculously easy, requires a few ingredients, super nutritious AND very versatile.
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.
I know, theres nothing indian about this dish. I’m not even sure who created it, but what i do know is i’ve been eating this dish since i was a child. It’s easy, delicious, and fulfilling.
I spent my summers in Btater eating this ridiculously delicious dessert at our neighbours house. Its so easy, needs basic ingredients, and just hits the spot.
When I saw Dania making these kaak i knew i had to try them. These are my favourite, filled with cheese, zaatar, Picon, or just plain. They’re incredibly easy to make and taste just like the real deal. Minus the pollution if you’re buying them off a street vendor.
My husband’s favourite. It’s such a comforting and hearty soup.
A very decadent and hearty meal. It is delicious because of all the fat that comes out of the lamb.
I don’t need to explain how much i love this dish, it’s so easy, satisfying, and delicious.
A delicious Lebanese staple dish. We usually order it but i thought i’d try making it and it turned out perfect.