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Spring Tabbouleh is a recipe that can be eaten as either a side dish or as a entree. If you can't find the bulgar wheat (at some specialty stores like Trader Joe's, on-line, or some health food markets) you can also substitute other grains that are consider "Super-Proteins" (see the t...
This is my version of a wonderful dish normally associated with the Middle East but actually occurs in most cultures in Europe and Africa in some form. The meat can sit in the marinade for up to 2 days before cooking. I usually serve with either Jasmine or Basmati rice (see section 4 ...
This recipe is great on a hot day as it's very refreshing. I usually serve it with lamb chops and Jasmine or Basmati rice (see section 3 for directions for easy to prepare microwave rice). I've included a brief history on rice and the list of "Super-Protein" grains in section 4 so tha...
This dish is found in many areas in the Middle East under many names. Some recipes have lemon grass as another ingredient but I prefer to omit it so the dish has a "cleaner look" to the finished dish. Instructions on how to make rice in the microwave (easier and less clean up) is in ...
it's easy delicious and looks so pretty the taste is new and fresh and believe me you'll be impressed
Easy and Quick Duration: 20-30 min. Difficulty: Easy [Pumpkin Zucchini]
Serve these easy to make chicken pita sandwiches with cucumber yogurt sauce at your next lunch with friends. It's a quick and easy recipe that will definitely add an extra special touch to your lunch and impress your friends. Not only will you impress but it's a healthy alternative to...
Being of Lebanese decent, I've always been interested in Middle Eastern cuisine. My best memories of my childhood, were of watching my mother cooking in the kitchen. This is her recipe for Hummus.
A delicious cheese or nut filled dessert that is great for a dinner party. Not only is it delicious, but it is extremely easy to make. You will amaze your guests and have them believing you are a professional chef even if you're not.
Have you ever tried Turkish Coffee?You must try it.It is delicious and easy to prepare.In this article i will tell you how to prepare it.
A quick and simple last minute soup you can knock together with basic ingredients that are in all kitchens. Another beauty of this soup is that you don’t have to be too precise with the measurements.
That candy was common to Greeks and Turks in Asia Minor. Cuisine with influences by Turks, Greeks, Arabs etc. The name is Turkish and the literal mean is “a piece of sugar”.
This pasta dish is easy to make and has a quick preparation time. Serve it with garlic bread and green salad of your choice for a complete meal.
This dish is best prepared in an earthen pot and the quantities here are for a small to medium sized one. However the quantities can be doubled, using a larger pot, if serving more than 4 people. If you don't have an earthen pot, any casserole dish which is oven proof will be fine too...
This is a yummy side dish which is best served warm. The potatoes can be boiled and peeled a day or two ahead and ready to use when desired.
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