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    Another delectable entry for the Zaar World Tour from the enticing World Vegetarian Cookbook by Madhur Jaffrey. This is simple enough to prepare midweek and comforting as the first cold air of fall arrives.

    Recipe #140836

    Pronounced Choo-moose, and not hum-miss! This is the easiest, yummiest hummous you will try outside the Middle East.

    Recipe #66843

    A Lebanese friend showed me how to make this back in 1996. It's my mother-in-laws favourite salad and I normally make it on request specially for her. I prefer flat leaf fresh parsley (also known as Italian Parsley) as it's better texture but curly leaf is alright. I normally buy the parsley and spring onions from the supper market prepacked bunches so if your measurements are slightly more or less it's alright, it doesn't have to be exact. The bourghul also soaks a lot of the moisture and I like Tabbouli to be moist not dried that's why there is a lot of lemons and olive oil. Like everything we cook it's all about the palate and who we are cooking for so if you choose to put less oil and lemons then it's ok. Salt and black pepper to taste, so feel free to add less but not to much. The secret to good Tabbouli is that everything should be finely chopped. Enjoy

    Recipe #197922

    Tasty all by themselves, and even better dipped into homemade hummus. Can adjust seasonings to taste. Posted for ZWT #6

    Recipe #427044

    I saw this recipe on Yahoo!Foods and modified it a bit for our tastes. It's kind of like a fancier macaroni and cheese, using the great feta cheese sauce.

    Recipe #261376

    12 Reviews |  By s'kat

    My boyfriend's mother prepared this for us on holiday... I don't normally like canned-tuna, but the layer of fresh flavors that break through in this sandwich are outstanding! I've never measured the ingredients when I've made this, so these are all approximations. Fresh bread and tomatoes are a must!

    Recipe #11445

    From Eden Foods. I served this over cous cous, but it would also be great over some brown rice or quinoa. Add some red pepper flakes if you want more kick.

    Recipe #250495

    According to Paula Wolfert, this is served in seafood restaurants along the harbor in this area outside of Athens.

    Recipe #135056

    This is a non-wheat recipe similar to tabouleh. The quinoa is substituted for the bulgar. Cooked quinoa is lighter and fluffier than bulgar and personally I think it tastes better. It's lovely as a bed for grilled snapper or lamb. You can vary the ingredients used to your taste preference. Quinoa is gluten-free and can be used wherever tabouleh would be or in place of cous cous. Modern Middle Eastern flavours

    Recipe #232082

    This is a thick, fragrant, and hearty stew. Very satsifying on a cold day, very good for you, and very cheap. Can't really ask for more than that from a single recipe.

    Recipe #148061

    Middle Eastern salad like no other. Made with fresh veggies, olive oil and spices, it can be eaten in pita bread or with a fork. Popular side dish for lamb dishes.

    Recipe #233402

    1 Reviews |  By Syrinx

    A Middle Eastern dip or salad, made from aubergines/eggplant and tahini, deliciously garlicky and sublimely fresh with mint and lemon. Serve with pitta bread and salad as part of a mezze table, or pack in a leakproof pot and eat with breadsticks and strips of raw red pepper for a great picnic dish. There are many good recipes for babaganoush, but I especially like this one which comes from "Diva Cooking" by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Jennifer Joyce. As with most traditional dishes of this type, feel free to ring the changes with the herbs and quantities.

    Recipe #187214


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