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    Recipe #147020

    A dish of Syrian origin, Middle Eastern cooking. Served over rice. Cooking time includes marinating.

    Recipe #233666

    Try this on your favorite kabob meat.

    Recipe #386309

    This spice blend is frequently used in Syrian and Armenian dishes. This recipe is derived from my grandmother-in-law's Armenian Orthodox church. The original made just over a pound of spice blend, which is far too much, so I've scaled it down by a quarter.

    Recipe #477585

    This recipe comes from a cookbook published by my husband's grandmother's Armenian Orthodox church. I prefer the bright, refreshing flavor of its lemon-mint dressing over mayonnaise-laden American potato salads.

    Recipe #477564

    Not sure where I found this recipe -- have had it in my recipe files for years.

    Recipe #501450

    A Syrian friend gave me this. They got it off the internet because they missed their mom's rice. I wish I knew who to credit.My DH who lived in Lebanon when he was young even says this is like the rice his mom makes, maybe even a little better!

    Recipe #110990

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    Recipe #39287

    We grow our chard year-round in the fog where we live and this is one of our favorite ways to prepare it. This is vegan-friendly. You can adjust the ingredients according to taste and what's on hand. Do use the nutritional yeast (or substitute vegetable broth) for a richer taste. For color, you could add diced carrots and cook them with the chard.

    Recipe #379086

    Claudia Roden's family, which was originally from Syria, always served this sweet-and-sour Syrian recipe at picnics. From Food and Wine magazine.

    Recipe #506884


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