Nothing beats #Lebanese mezza at all time, Bon appetit  By Elie Jurasco  #Lebanon #WeAreLebanon

Lebanese Inspired Mezza Ideas: Tabouleh Green beans with tomatoes, Roasted potatoes with bloomed spices, Beef/Lamb Kafta, Lebanese Mustardy Chicken, Mediterranean Stir Fried Chicken

Mujadara: lentils and rice | The Mediterranean Dish. The intense flavor in this humble Middle Eastern dish of lentils and rice with lots of crispy onions will wow you!

Mujadara Recipe The Mediterranean Dish. This simple lentils and rice recipe garnished with crispy onions is a signature Middle Eastern Dish that makes for a healthy flavor-packed feast. Check out the easy step-by-step photo instructi

Arab food!! Yummy knafeh :)

With Ramadan gracing us with its presence, one cannot deny the very culinary experiences that remind us of a part of this holy month. Ramadan, a month of

Freshly Made Lebanese Hummus. -- This has to be the most spot on recipe I've seen for hummus and I'm Lebanese so that's definitely saying something!

Hummus is Arabic word for chickpeas. It's a delicious Middle-Eastern dip made from boiled Chickpeas, lemon juice, & Tahini sauce. Tahini is sesame paste. Hummus origins are believed to be from the Shami region (Lebanon/Syria/Palestine/Jordan).

Pickles in a blanket. Mini dill pickles wrapped with cream cheese and salami.

Pickles in a blanket, or pickles wrapped in salami. Mini dill pickles wrapped with cream cheese and salami make a super quick, easy and tasty hors d'oeuvre. Change the salami for pastrami

Lebanese Chickpea Stew

Lebanese Chickpea Stew

This simple comforting Lebanese chickpea stew gets tons flavor from aromatic garlic, cumin, and tomatoes. A simple stew over rice or with fresh bread.

Kenafeh also spelled knafeh, kunafeh, or kunafah, is an Arab cheese pastry soaked in sweet syrup. Very popular in the Middle East especially Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, & Turkey

How to make "Knafeh" a Middle Eastern Cheese Dessert

Kenafeh also spelled knafeh, kunafeh, or kunafah, is an Arab cheese pastry soaked in sweet syrup. Very popular in the Middle East especially Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, & Turkey

These “Arab pizzas” probably date back to the fifteenth century and would have appeared in the region of the Beqaa Valley in Eastern Lebanon close to the Syrian border, the capital of which is Baalbek. An Iraqi family named Haidar is at the origin of the recipe.

Lahm Bi Ajin (or Sfiha)

These "Arab pizzas" called lahm bi ajin date back to the fifteenth century and would have appeared in the region of the Beqaa Valley in Eastern Lebanon.

This labneh dip with zaatar pistachio olive mint topping recipe is a the best, flavorful and lightest way to ever do any dip! Try it with Greek yogurt too!

Labneh Dip with Zaatar Pistachio Mint Olive Topping

This labneh dip with zaatar pistachio olive mint topping recipe is a the best, flavorful and lightest way to ever do any dip! Try it with Greek yogurt too! (the substitute)

Ingredients   20 Red Potatoes, small (golf ball size)   ½ c Corned Beef   ¼ c Cheddar Cheese, shredded   1 Tbsp Butter, melted   Salt  ...

Irish Potato Bites

These Irish Potato bites are the perfect St. Little bites of potato filled with corned beef and cheese, what could be a better St. I think I'll do bacon instead of corned beef, though.

Maamouls are typical Lebanese shortbreads, usually stuffed with dates, but which can also be filled with pistachios, almonds or walnuts. #lebanon #cookies #196flavors

Maamouls

Maamouls are typical Lebanese shortbreads, usually stuffed with dates, but which can also be filled with pistachios, almonds or walnuts.

If you ask any Middle Eastern Muslim what food comes to his/her mind when he/she hear the word Ramasan, the answer is one of two Qatayef or Knefeh. Qatayef is sold everywhere in Egypt during Ramadan, it is like mini pancakes filled with all sorts of goodies. I usually serve it savory  with soups on the Ramadan breakfast table and then sweet when it comes to dessert time. I’ve showed you a super easy Qatayef recipe before with a handful of ingredients right from your pantry.

If you ask any Middle Eastern Muslim what food comes to his/her mind when he/she hear the word Ramasan, the answer is one of two Qatayef or Knefeh. Qatayef is sold everywhere in Egypt during Ramadan, (Breakfast Baking Sweet)

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