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Serve on pita crisps. Cooking time is the chilling time.

Recipe #471228

This is like an Egyptian chili, sort of. It is often found served by street vendors. I added more sauce and cilantro.

Recipe #471154

I found this on a travel site. I added/took away things to add flavor and reduce some fat.

Recipe #471149

Taken from a website. I altered the dressing a tad bit to my tastes.

Recipe #471153

From Allrecipes. Described as a purely Lebanese and can be eaten hot or room temp. The poster, Farah Momtaz, stresses the importance of using the red lentils. Posting for the tag game in NAME.

Recipe #471150

This is a garlic-lover's hummus. It's best to make ahead so flavors blend well. Not quite sure on exact # servings.

Recipe #116263

Pan sear or grill.

Recipe #134633

Great with pita chips and veggies. So easy to make!

Recipe #152860

For Zaar World Tour.

Recipe #171941

Posting for World Tour. Light and simple.

Recipe #172357

For world tour. Cook time is soaking bulgur.

Recipe #172361

Great side dish for lamb or other meats.

Recipe #172367

Can be adapted for the slow-cooker after sauteeing the scallions and parsley.

Recipe #172370

Spinach and "groundnuts". An East African side dish.

Recipe #184040

A more "lemony" flavor than the chicken noodle soups we are used to.

Recipe #184336

Different from the "cookies" we are used to making. Seems like a bit of work, but my neighbor makes them and they are yummy!

Recipe #184339

Tweeked to my liking. Originally called for pureeing, but I don't think a fish soup/stew should be pureed.

Recipe #185086

Can make as meatballs or patties.

Recipe #185382

Fresh green beans MUST be used for this recipe. Frozen or canned will not work.

Recipe #309498

Not the typical shredded carrot salad. The carrots are sliced and cooked til fork-tender first. I added the red onion and a pinch of sugar. Make ahead and chill. Best if brought to room temp. for serving.

Recipe #309338

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