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    This is a Trader Joe recipe. It is such a delicious dip! I took it to a party and everyone wanted a copy of the recipe. The recipe suggests layering the ingredients into a pie plate or something sized similar. I made the mistake of thinking that was too big for the dip and used a smaller serving dish. By the time I was finished layering the ingredients, it was too full! I served this dip with pita crackers from Trader Joes, but you could use your own favorite dippers. This recipe looks unusual but it is knock out.

    Recipe #353485

    This is a Tyler Florence recipe. It's filled with intense Moroccan flavor and it's very easy to make. Roasted chicken with a twist! Give it a try when you're looking for a yummy change of pace. Enjoy!

    Recipe #424382

    This is a typical Middle Eastern recipe given to me by my niece. Her in-laws, who are from the Middle East, gave this recipe to her and it has become a staple in their home. I think it's fantastic, too. It could work as a vegetarian main dish, a side dish or lunch. It is traditionally served with a salad made of the following: chopped lettuce, chopped tomato, chopped green pepper, lemon juice and salt. I like to mix the mjadra right in with the salad. Yum!

    Recipe #428339

    This is a sweet and refreshing punch. My kids love it. Recipe by Angela Shelf Medearis. Note: We prefer no pulp, so I used Crystal Light lemonade and no pulp orange juice. I found the guava juice in cans in the ethnic aisle at the grocery store and the pineapple and papaya juices in the juice aisle.

    Recipe #457054

    A fun twist on your average shish kebab. The recipe calls for the use of either lamb or beef. I think it may also be good on chicken. Serve with rice. Enjoy! Note: the timing does not include marinating.

    Recipe #504294

    This was a favorite of Thomas Jefferson. His cook was a slave from Africa and created many delicious meals. You could say that Jefferson's cook, Hemings, cooked his way to freedom. In 1793, Jefferson signed a document that emancipated Hemings if he promised to train a new chef for Monticello! Note: you can shortcut this recipe by using fast-cooking rice and adding the browned pistachios and pine nuts in at the end. Delicious either way!

    Recipe #457048

    This is a Food and Wine staff favorite. This very flavorful recipe contains very common Middle Eastern ingredients. I would serve this with couscous. Recipe courtesy of Grace Parisi. Enjoy!

    Recipe #428341

    A Lebonese recipe from Jeff Smith. Rounds of eggplant topped with lamb in a flavorful sauce. You could serve this as a light main course, a side or even as an appetizer!

    Recipe #428160

    A flavorful side dish or vegetarian meal. I think it's a tasty way to use up those garden zucchinis! Credit due to Jeff Smith, a great chef. Read ingredients list and make sure to prep your rice and onions. Enjoy! Note: I use less of the spices than Jeff Smith - just a personal preference.

    Recipe #428296

    This is an easy marinade to throw together. You can marinate any fish you'd like with this marinade, but I prefer whitefish. You only need to marinate your fish for a short amount of time - an hour or two is plenty.

    Recipe #504293

    A Food and Wine staff favorite courtesy of Chris Hanna. It's really not that difficult to make your own pita bread (they may not always have a pocket in the middle) and they have better flavor and texture than store-bought. Give these a whirl! *See note in directions if you would like to make these in advance and store them in your freezer*

    Recipe #428344

    This is a fairly simple chicken tangine recipe. The recipe came chef Angela Shelf Medearis. Enjoy!

    Recipe #457025

    A Food and Wine staff favorite. Recipe courtesy of Chris Hanna. Shwarma is basically thinly sliced roasted meat and condiments, wrapped in a pita. It is a very popular street food throughout the Middle East. Here, the lamb should really marinate overnight in the spicy, garlicky marinade before grilling. Marinating for up to three days is even better! You can ask your butcher to butterfly the leg of lamb. I will also post a separate recipe for homemade pita bread (although it is perfectly fine to use store-bought pita). *Cook time does not include marinating*

    Recipe #428342

    From the Food Network Kitchens. This is a quick way to have exotic comfort food. There is a recipe for Tunisian Pesto listed because you will need to stir this in to complete the stew. The pesto recipe makes one cup. you only need 1/3 cup for the stew, so you can reserve the rest for later use or even freeze. Yum!

    Recipe #428359

    This is an easy grilling recipe. This spicy chicken is full of flavor. From Eating Well magazine. You can grill, broil or use a grill pan on the stovetop for this recipe. I sliced the chicken, after grilling, and served it over a salad.

    Recipe #504277

    This is an African drink recipe, courtesy of Angela Shelf Medearis. It's different and refreshing! * Cook time does not include refrigeration overnight.

    Recipe #457059

    Filled with the flavors and ingredients of North Africa. A chicken dish with couscous. You only need to throw in a salad for a complete meal!

    Recipe #504284


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