Avocado-licious Quinoa Salad with Beets and Oranges with a tangy lemon mustard dressing
Tiklaieh is an aromatic finishing touch that is added to many recipes in the Arabic cuisine.
Simply put, it is a technique that uses a fair amount of olive oil or ghee to gently fry garlic, onions, tomatoes, nuts or herbs then the combo of oil and fried items are added to the recipe as a topping or it is stirred into the recipe right before serving.
Is there a specific food that you eat on new year’s eve? or in the first few days […]
Karakeesh literally means that which pops and crackles. A perfectly fitting name for these rustic sesame crackers which are popular in the Northern parts of Palestine. Somewhere between a cookie and a crisp. Karakeesh offer a delightful combination of flavours and textures
Do you love citrus notes in desserts?Do you hate wasting food?Are you looking for easy gift ideas that […]
Batheeth and makooka are traditional desserts/ sweet snacks. They are prepared in the form of a crumble, balls or shaped to resemble cookies and maamoul using moulds . They are usually served alongside coffee for a quick afternoon pick me up
Today is the 3rd of Ramadan 🙂 . Ramadan mubarak to those of you who observe the holy […]
“In a forest of a hundred thousand trees, no two leaves are alike. And no two journeys along […]
These are my ”go to” way to use up sourdough discard! They are crisp and slightly tangy, perfect with some feta cheese, with soup or simply as a little pick me up snack when you are in the mood for something savoury and crunchy.
Spring will come and so will happiness. Hold on. Life will get warmer.
One of the most popular posts on my blog remains this one about Middle Eastern breakfast ideas. And […]
Don’t let your inner demonsTake the best of your creeds.If God gives you lemons,You must plant the seeds. […]