Our Arabic flavor recipe for the month of July was Ftoot bread. This bread is popular in Palestine […]
For this month’s secret recipe club, my assignment was Sara’s blog Cupcake muffin. Sara is one of the […]
The July Daring Bakers’ Challenge was brought to us by Manal from Manal’s Bites. She introduced us to […]
Dukkah is a spice blend popular in the Levant and in Egypt. Egyptian dukka uses ground nuts as […]
For the July daring cooks challenge, Kouky from “Cuisine à 4 mains“,challenged us to make Griwech, a popular Algerian dessert that is a full flavoured delicacy that has both a melt-in-the-mouth and a crispy texture
“Griwech” in Algerian Arabic means” crunchy”. These beautifully shaped pastries are made from a yeasted dough that is shaped, fried and then sweetened with orange blossom water flavored honey. The golden exterior is crunchy but the center is soft and chewy. .They are kind of similar to awameh if you have ever tried it.You bite into them, the crunchy outside crackles and you get a little burst of orange blossom honey perfectly balanced by the light and fluffy cooked dough. Simply addictive!
This month’s secret recipe club assignment was Cheese with noodles by the wonderful and sweet Anna. She lives in Alaska with […]
Maftoul often called Palestinian couscous is a form of hand rolled tiny pasta pearls that are 2-3 mm […]
My kids love barazek (they are popular Middle Eastern cookies with a sweet sesame topping ) but the traditional […]
This month’s Arabic flavor assignment was to make an Egyptian classic. Meamar Rice.The exact translation of the name […]
I have a confession to make: I hate fresh coriander!
I know there are people who love it in salads, in soups, sauteed with garlic but I am definitely not one of them. I am the one you see at the herb stand rubbing leaves of parsley between my fingertips, smelling them just to make sure I did not pick up coriander by mistake lol.
When you have kids and you want them to eat healthier, the number one item you strive to […]
Ramadan Mubarak :) Today marks the 4th day of Ramadan. Every year, I try to tell you a […]