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    Modified from, "Jerusalem: A Cookbook" by Yotam Ottolenghi & Sami Tamimi. A cross-cultural recipe from a Palestinian & Jewish Israeli perspective.

    Recipe #498747

    A delicious vegitarian dish. "Musaqa'a (moo-sa-KAH) is similar to French ratatouille. Though the pronunciation is the same, and both contain eggplant, this vegetarian dish is not the same as Greek moussaka. Also spelled musakka'a or musaqaa." Modified from a recipe found on,

    Recipe #498624

    ZWT7, Italy. Marinated to piquant perfection, these olives are far from ordinary. To fully develop the flavor of garlic in the recipe, it is best to allow the olives to marinate for at least several days before serving. Olives spiced with chillies make a delicious mezze dish in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan & Turkey. They are often served with cubes of firm salted white cheese that is either drizzled with olive oil or fried such as, Recipe #120978. Haloom cheese is particularly good for this. From

    Recipe #369683

    Recipe #68336 kicked up a notch. Slightly exotic in taste due to the Orange Blossom Water that sets it apart from your typical lemonade. You still haven’t picked yourself up a bottle of Orange Blossom Water? Get to a Greek or Middle Eastern market! Orange Blossom Water is a wonderful addition to many raw smoothies. You will have yourself a new adoration.

    Recipe #427563

    This tastes exactly like our local Syrian pastry shop. Recipe acquired from

    Recipe #480968

    This uses Best brand mango juice & Puck Cream that comes in a small can with a flower on it.

    Recipe #438619

    When I would visit palestine during the summers, we would walk down the street to our favorite restaurant Samer's in the morning and get a plate of msabbha to go along with our fresh falafel and pickles. Along with a cup of tea this is a great dish that works great for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!!

    Recipe #434826

    This is wonderful atop recipe#434826 instead of the plain tahini! Tahini or tashi as it is called in Cyprus, is a paste made from ground sesame seeds. It is usually very thick and if left a long time you will see that oil is gathered on top. You do not have to worry about that you just mix it and it is just fine. The full version is one of the many dishes served as Cypriot mezes. Original recipe from

    Recipe #435450

    Delicious at room temperature or slightly warm. A middle Eastern style recipe modified from a recipe found on where it says, "Don't be surprised if you find you can eat a whole head of roast cauliflower yourself, it's surprisingly addictive."

    Recipe #443884

    Posted for, Come with us to Palestine! A popular stew traditionally made in large batches on the occasion of Eid ul Fitr in Gaza's interior to be shared with family, neighbours and friends. Made with small chunks of beef or lamb, chard, rice and chickpeas and generously doused with lemon juice and fried garlic. Serving size is estimated. Recipe from Saudi Aramco World Magazine, November/December 2011.

    Recipe #498387

    This is a delicious recipe from a wonderful cookbook called "Ottolenghi: The Cookbook." based on recipes from the famed London restaurant. The meatballs are great served warm or room temperature, on rice, couscous, or noodles, stuffed in a pita, and especially dipped in the sweet and spicy pepper sauce! The instructions are detailed so look long, bu these are actually very easy to make,

    Recipe #386271

    A nice refreshing middle-eastern salad. Very quick and simple to make.

    Recipe #304336

    Middle Eastern salad or appetizer

    Recipe #447297

    My grandmother from Jordan used to fix this dish for us when I was a little girl (she called it Cousa.) My mother learned how to make it and then taught me. It's easy and makes a good use of the many zucchinis and squash that are coming out of the garden this time of year.

    Recipe #244269

    The following recipe call for two pounds of meat or chicken. Feel free to double the amount of meat as desired but remember to double the remaining ingredients. Each recipe will yield 5-6 sandwiches. How to marinate the meat? Upon buying your meat, ask your butcher to slice it thin or you can choose to slice it yourself. Then marinate the meat as per any of the following recipes. Leave the meat to marinate in the fridge for 45 minutes. For best results, refrigerate overnight

    Recipe #457611

    This recipe from appetizer served hot along side chicken or fish, fried or barbecue

    Recipe #435709

    sweets from Palestinian kitchen

    Recipe #484855

    Recipe #426115

    i found this recipe on a webgaza. it's a palestinian salad that once you tried it you might find it is addictive (i had it for a few weeks on a daily basis).it is very refreshing with any meal or can be eaten on its own. its name means "sour" and you can use homemade yogurt or even soured yogurt.once you made it, you can adjust the ingredient to your liking.

    Recipe #391858

    Ready, Set, Cook! Special Edition Contest Entry: Potatoes laced with Middle Eastern spices Learned of these spice while living in Jerusalem Quick and easy and delicious

    Recipe #475368

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