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    9/07 TOTM

    Recipes I found while reseaching the September '07 TOTM tutorial for the NA*ME Forum.

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    An aromatic Persian spice blend which is good added to stews and pulses. This recipe is from " A Taste of Persia" by Najmieh Batmanglij. The author suggests adding the rose petals to the ground spices. After trying both ways, I prefer to whizz them in the spice grinder for a minute or two.

    Recipe #253004

    dont remember where I got this recipe from -- I thought it was from Zaar but just did a search and doesnt seem to be here. It;s a wonderfully flavorful recipe for Kabsah

    Recipe #190220

    This is served with medium-grain rice. This, as most Palestinian dishes, can be made with either lamb or chicken. The chicken version is as per the lamb version except the following: Once the onion is lightly browned, add chicken and brown. Add water and follow usual directions. When the chicken is cooked, remove chicken and set aside. Before serving, sprinkle chicken with salt, baharat/curry powder and olive oil (optional) and brown under grill. Serve on top of rice with small bowls of soup.

    Recipe #90575

    This recipe is preferably done with a meat grinder, however is possible without one as well. It can either be made to be eaten with Arabic bread (with a little sauce) or with rice (with more sauce). Serve with Arabic salad or a salad of your choice.

    Recipe #90416

    This is a classic Gulf dish -- yum yum! I've adapted this recipe from a recipe booklet that came free with "Ship Madras Curry Powder" I made it the other day and my husband thought it was wonderful! Serve with a nice, colourful salad, otherwise it'll look a bit yellow yellow yellow! Next time I want to try putting whole king prawns on top to add a bit of colour!

    Recipe #89877

    This is a classic and probably one of the most famous Palestinian dishes. Everybody loves it! This is a standard in all Palestinian homes. It's also an innovative and different way to cook--a fun thing to cook when you're having guests over! Upside Down (translation of its Arabic name, Maqloobeh) is made in a variety of ways. It can be made with either chicken or lamb but my husband's family only makes it with chicken. Note: This recipe requires a large serving tray/plate, preferably round. The recipe is long but it's simple to make--especially after the first try. Enjoy!

    Recipe #87832

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    As per recipe request. You can leave out the okra if you don't like it.

    Recipe #26777

    For anyone who desires an authentic taste of the mid east. This recipe was learned by watching a good friend of mine in Jordan when she was grinding her family's monthly supply.

    Recipe #79179

    This blend is used in Middle Eastern cooking. This spice mix will keep for up to 6 months.

    Recipe #224763

    From turkishcooking.com. The website indicates this sauce is used for a condiment on shish kebabs but I served it as a salsa with slices of toasted French bread. Be sure the tomatoes you use are top quality! If you cannot find good quality tomatoes, go ahead and used diced canned. Try different chili peppers such as Thai, habanero, etc. DO NOT omit the sumac as it is integral to the recipe. ;)

    Recipe #236835

    This is a traditional Algerian recipe for lamb with 'Khorchef' - also known as Wild Artichoke, Spanish Artichoke, Cardon & Cardoon. It is also very nice made with chicken instead of lamb...

    Recipe #252566

    This is a typical Moroccan tagine recipe to be cooked in a traditional tagine. Cooking times may vary slightly depending on the size of the tagine used and where you use the Tagine - on the stove top, open fire, grill etc. Serve this tagine with fresh baked bread or cous cous.

    Recipe #252328

    Arabic 7 spice (bokharat) is mixture of spices you can buy ready at any Middle Eastern grocery. If you don't have one where you live, you can make using the following.

    Recipe #194721

    3 Reviews |  By Marlitt

    Not only does this taste good it’s very healthy. This recipe is from a diabetic cook book. Lots of vegetable, and because the lentils are high in soluble fiber this is a good recipe to lower blood cholesterol.

    Recipe #233817

    A dish inspired by Spain that is ideal for supper or brunch. Sometimes I make it as a dip and served with pita without the eggs.

    Recipe #121225

    No, silly, not fish roe! A recently discovered heirloom pulse I tried for the first time, beluga lentils are earthy and delicious; not mealy or dry textured! Once cooked, the lentils do look like caviar! Makes a good filling for tortillas, too! Recipe compliments of Westbrae Naturals (with just a few minor changes.)

    Recipe #180184


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