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    A yummy chicken and rice dish that I modified to my families taste by combining two Omani recipes found online plus my own taste. recipe#492976 & http://therecipegroup.wordpress.com/2012/08/15/omani-chicken-kabuli-rice. Traditionally ginger is added (I blame Indian influence), we don't tend to enjoy ginger in savory dishes so I omitted it. You may add some if you like.

    Recipe #493713

    7 Reviews |  By awalde

    This fresh and light salad is inspired by the apple season and our holidays in India. Cumin, coriander, black mustard and pomegranate syrup give to this plate an exotic note.

    Recipe #437351

    This is a lovely Persian fish dish. Serve it with Sabzi Polow for a traditional meal. You can use a little sumac or tamarind in place of the pomegranate powder.

    Recipe #298652

    This is a different way to offer cauliflower as an appetizer or with the main meal. The combination of the lightly fried florets with the tangy tahini sauce is delicious. The cauliflower can be fried early in the day. Refrigerate loosely covered until needed. Reheat at 400° for 5-7 minutes. Serve as directed. The tahini sauce can be prepared up to 3 days in advance. Recipe courtesy Classic Lebanese Cuisine.

    Recipe #475382

    I had to post this dough recipe separate because it's now my favorite dough. Use for all your pies and pizza's.

    Recipe #386334

    5 Reviews |  By Habibi

    Extremely sweet, rich, and delicious sweets for anyone who loves baklava and pancakes.

    Recipe #297994

    Grilled curry chicken legs Recipe from Penzeys Spices. The Cilantro does have to be fresh for this recipe to make the paste. Buy the big package of legs; they’ll be gone in a minute. If you are lucky enough to have leftovers, these legs are great cold, too. The amount of CURRY POWDER called for will end up spicy-tasting, but not overly hot, which is a good middle of the road when feeding a crowd.

    Recipe #311344

    2 Reviews |  By mpevans

    Polo (a Central Asian variant on the word pilaf) is a food staple found across Central Asia, including Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, and parts of northwestern China. The different peoples of each region have their own takes, and their own flavors, for the recipe. This recipe is for Uyghur polo, the variant of the dish found in China's Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Uyghur food is on the whole closer in taste to Indian, Persian, or Mediterranean food than it is to conventional Chinese food. I credit this recipe to my Uyghur language instructor. The recipe can be a challenge to cook correctly at first, but the challenge will prove well worth the effort because it is absolutely delicious.

    Recipe #411849

    These are a bit time consuming to make, but believe once you make, you will be asked to make again and again. This is vegetarian, but you could add a bit of cooked ground beef to rice stuffing mixture, but awesome even without. Many mediterraen countries make these, but this recipe is authentic Egyptian preparation. Enjoy!

    Recipe #194768

    This is a traditional Middle Eastern sweet made of semolina flour (what Americans call Cream of Wheat), yogurt and coconut, baked then soaked in either a rosewater (traditional) or lemon scented syrup. Don't let the ingredients put you off. It tastes nothing like what you'd expect. Moist, balanced sweetness, addictive.

    Recipe #213305

    A nice tasty change from the typical nut filled baklawa pastries. Quite quick to put together if you make the syrup beforehand. This is a make again recipe for my family and my FIL's dewaniya (Men's gathering). Modified from a recipe found on http://www.yasalamcooking.com.

    Recipe #451788

    Quick and easy Ayran preparation, refreshing drink from the Middle East

    Recipe #339985

    This recipe goes well with just about every middle eastern dish. Its very flavorful, one of my favorites. I make this at home, but I am not good at keeping measurements, so I snagged it off of the web and tweaked it, to the way I make it at home.*To spice it up you can also add chopped hot pepper to it as well*.

    Recipe #149565

    Wonderful, aromatic and flavourful! The best Muhammar I have made and I have tried a number! Very important to use a cast iron pan or heavy pan and lots of butter to form the crust part properly, this makes it way more flavourful as well. This is very good served with Gulf Arabian fish or shrimp dishes as it is traditional. Modified from a recipe found on http://desertcandy.blogspot.com. A great example this rice goes with is recipe#443922.

    Recipe #443553

    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

    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.

    Recipe #471748

    This is basically aigo bouido(which translates into garlic bouillon), kicked up a bit with a little tomato to make a hearty stock. This is a very old preparation once made by most housewifes in Provence. It's immensely fortifying, good for colds and hangovers, as well as a great foundation for potato dishes and winter stews. Economical and delicious! From Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison.

    Recipe #429611

    These look nice and are delicious according to all who have tried them including DH who supposedly hates walnuts. I suggest looking at photos on Google if you have never seen these before trying to prepare them. Modified from a recipe on http://greekfood.about.com

    Recipe #447344

    Tweaked Dh's families delicious recipe for our favorite stuffed vegetables with meat tomato sauce. Amounts are guesstimates since we only do to taste. This is not a gorgeous looking dish, but great comfort food. P.S. So far the picture posted is beautiful but much dryer than the way we like it.

    Recipe #467383

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