A house favourite! Recently we started layering it with eggplants and it made the entire difference. The eggplants absorb the tomato sauce and are just delicious.
Very simple and very basic dough recipe for a mankoushe (Lebanese flat bread). The secret is in the olive oil honestly, be generous with it. You can top it with anything that you want.Jump to Recipe
For a regular manoushe substitute the wholewheat flour with bread flour or if not available then AP flour.
For a saj manoushe, the trick is to get any deep pa, flip it on the stove and heat it well. Stretch your dough as thin as you can before putting it on your makeshift saj
Super healthy traditional Lebanese stew recipe, full of vitamins and veggies.
If you don’t have time to make the broth and then adding it to your veggies then you can place all ingredients into the pressure cooker and cook them for around 30-45 min. It’s a very forgiving recipe that will taste amazing no matter what.
Squeeze some lemon juice and serve with warm vermicelli rice.
Who doesn’t love a delicious, warm, fragrant chicken soup on any day?! It was my first time trying out my grandma’s chicken soup recipe, and i must admit i nailed it 🙂
Got an entire organic chicken, deboned it (probably not the correct way, you can watch the video here), made chicken stock, and chicken soup! Feeling super accomplished right now hahaha
I got the chance to takeover The Feed Feed‘s Snapchat yesterday and i have to say it was a BLAST! I wanted to take the opportunity to introduce some Lebanese culture into my takeover so i set up an outdoor kitchen in our family home in the Lebanese countryside and used lebanese pottery to put all my ingredients in, some arabic music in the background, and i made HUMMUS.
Well, i didn’t just make hummus, i made beetroot hummus and Zaatar bread sticks to go with it!
As most of you already know, I will be going live on The Feed Feed’s Snapchat (@thefeedfeed) on Monday, June 13th (Time to be announced later on Instagram). I decided to make something that gives homage to Lebanon with a twist! Zaatar or Thyme is a popular herb mixture commonly used in the Lebanese cuisine. It is made of a blend of herbs, thyme, summac, salt and toasted sesame seeds.