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.
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.
Fall is probably the season where i make the prettiest and yummiest food, just saying. This dish literally takes 10 minutes to prep and 20 minutes to cook! It has a burst of insane flavours in every bite and is super presentable if you are hosting!
I adapted and edited the recipe from Half Baked Harvest
Check it out below!
I don’t think i’ve ever gone this LONG WITHOUT WRITING A RECIPE POST!!! I guess this whole pregnancy thing took my mind off of writing, and the 5 weeks bed rest did not really help.
Anyways, I’m back!
My plan this morning was to make an heirloom tomato tart, but after not finding any heirloom tomatoes, I shifted my recipe for the day and decided to make a crumble!
Behold, your new favourite dessert. PEACH BLUEBERRY OATMEAL ALMOND CRUMBLE, with a side of whichever ice-cream flavour you desire
This is probably one of the yummiest, fastest, and easiest pasta recipes. It is literally so good, and an awesome dish if you are hosting!
It is done in one pot and really does not take more than 30 minutes.
I absolutely love shrimps, shrimp everything actually, and with this recipe you can really feel a burst of shrimp flavour in every bite. The shrimps are tossed in a buttery garlic chilli sauce and the lemon just brings all these amazing flavours together!
So, after many requests here is the recipe!
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!