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    Ground beef mixture encased in a potato mixture and fried to a golden brown. An Iraqi snack, appetizer or as part of a meal. They are scarily addictive and delicious. Also, really ideal if you have some extra boiled potatoes you are looking to use up.

    Recipe #177931

    Turkish delicacy served with coffee at the end of a meal. Delicious combination of syrup, and stuffed apricots.

    Recipe #233828

    From Saad Fayed, Salad-e shirazi is a summertime favorite in Iran. Finely chopped tomatoes and cucumbers mixed with spices and lime juice make salad-e shirazi a hit.

    Recipe #173516

    The chelo kebab is the national dish of Iran. Served on skewers over a bed of rice this recipe is basic, yet full of flavor. I prefer to grill this over a charcoal grill. Served with pita bread and salad such as tabbouleh.

    Recipe #233599

    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

    Tahini Sauce is made from tahini- a sesame seed paste. Tahini sauce is on the thin side and is used in pita sandwiches, marinades and dips. It is very easy to make. Store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator and it will keep for about 2 weeks. Popular with Falafel Sandwiches;Recipe # 233309

    Recipe #233479

    Falafel is a popular Middle Eastern fast food. Vendors sell it on the streets in Cairo. It is served as a sandwich stuffed in Pita Bread with lettuce, tomatoes and tahini. In Cairo McDonalds has their own version; they call it McFalafel of course.

    Recipe #233309


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