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.
This month’s secret recipe club assignment was Cheese with noodles by the wonderful and sweet Anna. She lives in Alaska with […]
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.
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Before we get to today’s recipe, I have some great news! Remember the daring baker’s edible containers challenge? […]