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    This can be served over ice in the warm weather or hot in the winter. From An Omani Kitchen. Oman is an Arab state in southwest Asia on the southeast coast of the Arabian Peninsula.

    Recipe #492860

    The Omani people are well known for their hospitality and offers of refreshment. To be invited into someone's home will mean coffee (kahwa), a strong, bitter drink flavoured with cardamom, and dates or halwa. Posted for the North African Middle East (NAME) forum. Serving Omani coffee has certain traditions to be observed. Such rituals include that the cup should not be filled to the rim. It is rather served with only one fourth of the cup is filled, Also when the person have taken enough coffee he or she should shake his cup as a sign so that the one who is serving stop pouring more coffee for him.

    Recipe #492861

    Looking for vegetarian recipes from Oman, I came across this one. Cook time is for boiling eggs. Enjoy!

    Recipe #492863

    Roasted and then spiced with a sweet and savory seasoning makes these yummy. :) From Country Living magazine.

    Recipe #480188

    Chef Steven Satterfield divulges his grandmother's recipes for a family specialty, pickled okra. When pickling your own produce, begin by sterilizing a clean 1-quart glass canning jar and lid in a pot of boiling water for 15 minutes. Use tongs to remove the lid and the jar, which should still be hot when filled with the okra. Published in Country Living magazine. I have tweeked just a touch.

    Recipe #480187

    This has gotten lots of good reviews on foodnetwork. Recipe courtesy Melissa d'Arabian and from her show Ten Dollar Dinners, Episode: Footloose and Fancy-Free Falafel

    Recipe #478809

    I watched Alton make this on The Best Thing I Ever Made. Posting here to make when it turns cooler. :) If you like, you can leave out the cheese to make this vegan.

    Recipe #478806

    This really adds flavor to hummus, which is already good. Hummus is a staple food in some countries because it contains vitamin B, carbohydrates, and minerals. This recipe makes 2 cups. I usually half the amount just for me. Adapted from The Garden of Vegan cookbook by Tanya Barnard and Sarah Kramer.

    Recipe #468465

    This makes a great breakfast if you have leftover rice. Serve hot or cold with soy milk or cream. Adapted from How It All Vegan cookbook.

    Recipe #467849

    Delicious fried rice lies in the use of cooled, cooked rice. Freshly cooked rice will produce a sticky mess.. This is delish hot or cold. From The Garden of Vegan cookbook.

    Recipe #463326

    This meal-in-itself makes a great party dish with a side of yogurt. From the Simply Natural Café Organic Restaurant in Miami Fla. They have a wonderful menu of organic, vegetarian and vegan dishes. I have not made this but it sounds yummy so put here for safekeeping. Adapted from “In a Persian Kitchen” by Maideh Mazda .

    Recipe #444205

    The noodles soak up the sauce and all it's rich flavors! A friend of Deborah Madison, author of Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone, with a passion for Asian food, came up with this vegetarian version of one of his favorites dishes

    Recipe #431125

    A round golden grain that resembles couscous, millet reamains the primary grain in much of Asia and parts of Africa. Americans know it mostly as birdseed, but it deserves a place at our tables for it's light, pleasant taste. Millet is rich in B vitamins, surpassing even brown rice and whole wheat. Millet can be a bit quirky to cook. Unless you steam it for an hour. as you would couscous, millet doesn't cook into even, separate grains. Some grains will be soft, like mashed potatoes, while others are still crunchy. This is part of its appeal. Information and recipe from Deborah Madison's Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone cookbook.

    Recipe #430873

    This wrap pays homage to couscous, and is wonderful paired with the veggies!

    Recipe #430702

    You can make these fragrant almond pastries short and plump or long and skinny. They can be formed ahead of time, but the filling hardens as it cools, so they are best baked close to serving time. There is a second version that can be baked in advance. Allow time(overnight) to defrost the filo pastry and enjoy! A recipe from Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison.

    Recipe #430200

    This is a complex and exotic butter and goes great with sweet potatoes, or stirred into a soup(chickpea is good)! Adapted from Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone cookbook by Deborah Madison.

    Recipe #426805

    This is called salata cadas and made with lentils slightly cooked with olive oil, garlic, and spices. Clifford Wright made this as a meze at the Tikka Grill, a restaurant on the corniche of Alexandria in Egypt. Enjoy!

    Recipe #423176

    This is a yummy recipe from African recipes. It's basically a fish salad with tartar sauce. You may use any white fish, leftover is fine! If you wish, just make the sauce and pour over fish cakes, veggie fritters, etc.

    Recipe #422877

    In Tunisia(North Africa), a variety of different marinades, condiments, and relishes are served with prepared foods and sometimes on their own as a salad or meze. This preparation is called hrus which means to crush or grind, and that’s what you do to the ingredients in this condiment used typically as a stuffing for bread, but also as a relish, a meze, and a salad. Adapted from Clifford A. Wright.

    Recipe #422875

    This is a simple salad with a Middle Eastern feel. It's as easy as it looks! From The Conscious Cook by Chef Tal Ronnen.

    Recipe #419298

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