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    A TASTE OF SYRIA!

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    After having lived in Syria for the past year for school, I learned how to make several authentic dishes. They will probably taste different outside the Middle East due to the availability of items seasonally and brands of ingredients used. This dish is a blend of carrots, peas and meat in a tomato-based broth that is served with Middle Eastern-style rice. Arabs are used to having family over--it's a family based culture--so it's meant to be shared.

    Recipe #409391

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This recipe is from Greg Malouf, master of modern Middle Eastern cuisine. Manoushi bread is the number one snack food all around Lebanon and Syria. Essentially, it is a sort of pizza although a little bit softer and more chewy than the Italian version. Having tested numerous bread doughs, in all sorts of ovens and on all sorts of baking sheets, the one thing we can say with certainty is that this style of Middle Eastern flat bread is immeasurably improved by baking on a hot stone. Most kitchenware stores stock them – they’re often called pizza stones. They’re not expensive, and if your family are pizza fans they’re especially well worth the investment. Prep time doesn't include rising.

    Recipe #488968

    Recipe #39287

    A dish of Syrian origin, Middle Eastern cooking. Served over rice. Cooking time includes marinating.

    Recipe #233666

    We grow our chard year-round in the fog where we live and this is one of our favorite ways to prepare it. This is vegan-friendly. You can adjust the ingredients according to taste and what's on hand. Do use the nutritional yeast (or substitute vegetable broth) for a richer taste. For color, you could add diced carrots and cook them with the chard.

    Recipe #379086

    Try this on your favorite kabob meat.

    Recipe #386309

    This tasty spread can be served with crackers or bread. I like it on melba toast. Recipe is adapted from New Land Vineyard's recipe. I like this on half a bagel, topped with sliced tomato and cucumber. This is also a great spread to use on a sandwich, instead of mayo. I have made this with two tbsp butter (trying to cut the fat) and it is just fine, just not as creamy. If you are in a terrific hurry, just throw everything into the food processor.

    Recipe #428693

    This sandwich goes waaay over the top! From a local restaurant which sadly does not offer this sandwich on their menu anymore. The restaurant did not skimp on the cheese either. I think the restaurant's manager said they lost their local supplier. It's also been a long time since I tried this that I don't remember if the restaurant added herbs to the sandwich (if they did it was a light sprinkle of dried parsley or oregano). I, however, and thankfully I might add, found Syrian cheese recently at our local Middle Eastern store. I can't tell you the exact type of cheese it is other than describing it as hard/semi-hard, strongly flavored, white and salty. It could very well have been jibne baida which is what was used for this recipe. If anyone out there knows and is more familiar with Syrian cheese, could you please set me straight? Yes, three ingredients-ok, technically four!

    Recipe #371871

    3 Reviews |  By chia

    from todays NY Times

    Recipe #128047

    From: The Versatile Grain and the Elegant Bean: A Celebration of the World's Most Healthful Foods by Sheryl and Mel London In Syria, noodles and lentils are spiced in a most unusual way for a Western palate that expects all pasta dishes to contain oregano or basil rather than allspice and coriander. We think you'll find that this Middle East combination is rather pleasing and unusual.

    Recipe #263490

    This is a great vegetarian dish. Perfect with pita or eat it as a side dish.

    Recipe #367516

    From Sundays at the Moosewood Restaurant.

    Recipe #134238

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