A gluten-free tasty sweet breakfast or dessert made especially during the month of Ramadan in the Arabian Gulf - Kuwait, UAE, Oman... Sometimes made with onion and egg. Originally published on http://arabicbites.blogspot.com.
Tunisian Tagine is not a stew! This dish is more similar to frittatas. This recipe is based on egg, meat, spinach and cheese. This beautiful egg based dish can be served as warm appetizer, as main dish with couscous and as finger food as well. Serve cold or warm.
This is a lite and healthy side. In Africa raw vegetables are popular in salads this recipe does call to lightly steam or you can quick blanch them for 4 minutes.
Toasting the spices in a skillet brings out their sweet and hot flavors. I made this using 8 cup of carrots and cauliflower combined and just double the dressing. My spices are very fresh and intense so I was able to use less then called for. Adjust to taste and freshness of spices. Th
This is a Morroccan recipe for homemade almond butter. Making it yourself lets you control the sodium and oil content. Store in an airtight container for use in place of peanut butter for a change of pace.
This tea is commonly used in Mid East and Puerto Rico, especially for upset tummies, and it is commonly given to colicky babies. If you like anise try this tea and you will be pleased that it makes a nice light tea.
Very nice little Middle Eastern shortbread cookies. I like to give these as gifts or make them for tea time. I also make them often for my FIL's diwaniya (men's gathering) to enjoy with their Arabic coffee or tea. Recipe from The Complete Middle East Cookbook by Tess Mallos.
Very aromatic rice dish.. goes very well with any lamb or chicken stew. Edited to add: I'd missed out the oil the first time, have now added it in the directions alongwith the butter. The stock quantity is my fault. I'd overlooked it and had mistyped the quantity. I have now corrected it to 800 ml (from 600 ml)
This is based on a recipe from the link http://www.nclrc.org/guides/HED/lessons/20.html, which I made after attempting recipe #173583 for the Aussie Recipe Swap #12. At the time, the recipe I had attempted was based on a very rough Arabic translation, so chef #239758 kindly turned me onto this one. I tried this Samboosak, and would recommend serving them with a sauce such as recipe #36126 -- if anyone knows of a more appropriate Arabic sauce, please let me know! :) I think they're quite good without a sauce, too!