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.
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.
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.
Delicious vegan Lebanese dish. It’s ridiculously easy and literally takes 30 min to make. Some people call it mujaddara msafeye.
I add the cabbage salad sauce (lemon juice and olive oil) all over the mujjadara, and if i’m feeling good about myself i eat it with bread.
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.
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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.
Super easy and delicious Lebanese Recipe. Cooked yogurt is a staple in our house, whether it be with kibbe, shish barak or Koussa.
You can always replace the rice with quinoa, or buckwheat for a healthier version.