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    UmmBinat's NA*ME Tag Recipes

    I don't believe these are all recipes that belong to North Africa or the Middle East but for the NA*ME game they do.
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    Chickpea Fatteh. "The key to this deceptively simple dish is getting all the elements ready as quickly as possible. Abu Hadi's version of this popular Levantine dish is a little different from the typical Beirut one, reflecting his Damascus upbringing. I have taken some liberties with his recipe, such as heating the cumin and paprika in the butter, and adding olive oil. I'm sure Abu Hadi would forgive me; he likes to experiment with new flavors." Modified from a book I do not endorse for content except for the recipes, called Day of Honey by Annia Ciezadlo.

    Recipe #484137

    This tastes exactly like our local Syrian pastry shop. Recipe acquired from http://www.yasalamcooking.com

    Recipe #480968

    Yummy sweet gluten free breakfast that is pretty quick to put together once you have the syrup on hand (This recipe makes extra syrup for a couple of delicious times). DH asked if he can have this for breakfast often. I made this up when I was racking my brain for a gluten free, egg free breakfast without our typical rice crackers. Please do use the mango syrup & keshta or don't rate.

    Recipe #480942

    My MIL makes this for DH and herself when they have eaten something that upsets their tummies such as bread (gluten intolerance)! I say change the sugar to honey to be much healthier and do avoid gluten next time. I'm not sure how it would taste to omit the sweetener altogether but feel free to do so, this is for your health, taste buds come second. NOTE: Wild oregano leaves & anise seeds are mandatory, the other herb & spice may be used depending what you have on hand. I understand in Arabic wild oregano is called za'atar, not to be confused with the Arabic spice mix also called za'atar. It is not regular oregano either and neither is it thyme although it may be translated from the Arabic to mean wild thyme.

    Recipe #480903

    This is yummy. DH dictated this recipe to me from memory to have as a quick pretty healthy late night summer snack. It's similar to salads served with rice through out the Middle East.

    Recipe #480898

    Gluten free without the bread. Date syrup/molasses/honey is an Iraqi ingredient that I adore. Modified from a recipe found on http://www.saucemagazine.com.

    Recipe #479864

    Oh so delicious if you like eggplant like me! Modified from a recipe found on http://desertcandy.blogspot.ca

    Recipe #479131

    A nice tasty change from the typical nut filled baklawa pastries. Quite quick to put together if you make the syrup beforehand. This is a make again recipe for my family and my FIL's dewaniya (Men's gathering). Modified from a recipe found on http://www.yasalamcooking.com.

    Recipe #451788

    Yummy Middle Eastern flavoured hot drink. From http://www.greenprophet.com

    Recipe #477504

    Delicious and worthy of company. Modified from Eggplant With Tahini/Labneh Sauce, http://www.greenprophet.com

    Recipe #477503

    For Welcome to Bahrain Tag Game! "Versions of this recipe are found throughout the Middle East. My mother's version is especially good and really easy to make. You can use this recipe as a base for making all types of middle eastern stews. The basic technique is to fry the meat in spices (this is an important step that many people skip as it seals the flavor of the spices), fry vegetables and onions in a seperate pan. Add water to the meat and then add the vegetables." " In Bahrain we usually use goat meat but that's difficult to find elseware" From http://6abkhatummi.blogspot.ca

    Recipe #477474

    For Welcome to Bahrain Tag Game! From http://6abkhatummi.blogspot.ca

    Recipe #477467

    Delicious and easy! "A traditional Bahraini recipe originally posted for Welcome to Bahrain Tag Game! Modified from a recipe on http://6abkhatummi.blogspot.ca

    Recipe #477471

    For Welcome to Bahrain Tag Game! "This is a traditional Bahraini dish that is quite easy to make. Ba7ari comes from the root word Ba7ar which means sea. I'm not sure why its called this..." Modified from a recipe found on, http://6abkhatummi.blogspot.ca

    Recipe #477472

    This is an easy delicious sauce to have with Gulf Arabian dishes, particularly common served with fish or chicken. Basically my SIL's style daqoos.

    Recipe #474978

    Wonderful, aromatic and flavourful! The best Muhammar I have made and I have tried a number! Very important to use a cast iron pan or heavy pan and lots of butter to form the crust part properly, this makes it way more flavourful as well. This is very good served with Gulf Arabian fish or shrimp dishes as it is traditional. Modified from a recipe found on http://desertcandy.blogspot.com. A great example this rice goes with is recipe#443922.

    Recipe #443553

    "It’s called samak tibsi in Iraq, samak meaning fish and a tibs being the kind of pot it is usually baked in. Despite the long oven time, the fish remains moist thanks to the syrup and the insulation of the vegetables." This is wonderful served over Recipe#443553 along with a fresh salad masha Allah. Both dried limes and pomegranate molasses can be found in Middle Eastern shops. Modified from a recipe found on http://desertcandy.blogspot.com.

    Recipe #441317

    Very nice little Middle Eastern shortbread cookies. I like to give these as gifts or make them for tea time. I also make them often for my FIL's diwaniya (men's gathering) to enjoy with their Arabic coffee or tea. Recipe from The Complete Middle East Cookbook by Tess Mallos.

    Recipe #471748

    Tweaked Dh's families delicious recipe for our favorite stuffed vegetables with meat tomato sauce. Amounts are guesstimates since we only do to taste. This is not a gorgeous looking dish, but great comfort food. P.S. So far the picture posted is beautiful but much dryer than the way we like it.

    Recipe #467383

    There are similar recipes on Zaar but this is our absolute favorite version. It is a very delicious Iraqi rice dish that can be served as a bed of rice for other dishes such as Recipe #384628 or roast lamb or as part of a buffet. DH asks for this at least once a week as a whole meal with yogurt and a fresh salad! You could add frozen peas near the end of the rice's cooking time if you like. I have also since added some tomato paste after cooking the spices into the meat mixture and cooking it a little longer then adding to the rice before cooking or separately after for another delicious variation on this dish that I tend to leave the rasins out of. Original recipe from, The Complete Middle East Cookbook by Tess Mallos.

    Recipe #387395

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