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    A traditional Middle Eastern salad served all the way to Sudan. It's simple and DH likes it a lot since he likes mushrooms. Modified from a recipe found on allrecipes.com posted by IMANKAY. Note: Sumac is available as a ground spice in Middle Eastern markets, it comes from the dried berries of a shrub that grows wild in Mediterranean. The taste is sour, fruity and astringent.

    Recipe #436995

    "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

    Delicious, fresh tasting and pretty healthy!! Modified from a recipe found on http://edenkitchen.com

    Recipe #442450

    Many Iraqi recipes call for curry powder and this is the way I make it. An example of a recipe I use this in often is recipe#420598. It is best to buy whole spices and grind them yourself. You can see this recipe made here in this cute video on Youtube, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WmS_xOd2CBo. Modified from a recipe found on www.recipesbyrachel.com. I think I cut down the cayenne pepper powder even more as we do not like heat. Feel free to do that also. It is still flavourful.

    Recipe #442889

    Perfect for Autumn! This is a colourful, beautiful and delicious salad. Modified from a recipe found on http://www.danispies.com She is, "a Certified Health and Nutrition Counselor, Fitness Trainer and Mom who is passionate about finding simple ways to make real, whole, nutrtious foods a part of an everyday kitchen." NOTE: "Choose squash that are heavy for their size and have dull, not shiny, rinds. The rinds should be firm. Soft rinds may mean a watery, flavorless squash. The heavier they are, the moister and tastier they are." http://www.npr.org

    Recipe #442462

    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

    Delicious at room temperature or slightly warm. A middle Eastern style recipe modified from a recipe found on http://desertcandy.blogspot.com where it says, "Don't be surprised if you find you can eat a whole head of roast cauliflower yourself, it's surprisingly addictive."

    Recipe #443884

    A completely delicious dish of fish baked in a sweet-sour sauce flavored with pomegranate & citrus. Perfect served over recipe#443553. Modified from a recipe found on http://desertcandy.blogspot.com

    Recipe #443922

    Delicious with rice dishes, particularly spicier ones of Indian style. But my family likes this with Middle Eastern rice dishes as we don't eat very spicy and DH loves a sauce with rice. You may add a squeeze of pomegranate juice from the husks of the seeded pomegranate depending how you remove seeds or add a little pomegranate molasses instead, found in Middle Eastern shops. A note to self, change it up a bit by adding fresh finely chopped mint when using sweet white onion sometimes. Modified from a recipe by Nigella Lawson on http://www.foodnetwork.com

    Recipe #443953

    Beautiful, colour, aroma & flavour used in Persian foods. This is specifically called for in recipe#427545 & recipe#448277. Lovely to have on hand if you enjoy saffron. So far I have just made an amount to use immediately in whatever it is I am making. Idea gleaned from http://mypersiankitchen.com

    Recipe #448365

    This is delicious rice! I adore the barberries in this. This is excellent served with Recipe#427545 or you can add some cooked chicken as you layer the rice. "There are a couple of different ways to make Zereshk Polow. Some folks layer the rice with zereshk (barberries) and steam them together while others simply make a chelow and add the zereshk on top. Personally, I am a fan of the first method as I think that the polow as a whole tastes better. With this said the zereshk changes color in the steaming process and goes from a gorgeous bright ruby red color to a dull brownish color. So at some point I came up with an idea where I hold on to a little bit of the zereshk and sprinkle it on top of the rice when it’s time to serve it." Modified from a recipe found on http://mypersiankitchen.com

    Recipe #448277

    I love this natural toner. Water was added as an ingredient as Food will not accept 1 ingredient recipes. Use the water to make wudu or wash the face first :)

    Recipe #448912

    This is a refreshing, tasty & healthy way to begin your day or anytime but it is most healthy consumed on an empty stomach. Watermelon is thought to have originated in southern Africa, where it is found growing wild, resulting in sweet, bland and bitter varieties of which the sweet is to be used here.

    Recipe #450939

    A tasty soup common to the Arabian Gulf. I prefer to use dried black loomi over the lighter Iraqi/Iranian sold variety as I find they impart a stronger flavouring. This recipe has been modified over time to how we enjoy it most. The original recipe being from The Complete Middle East Cookbook by Tess Mallos.

    Recipe #452674

    Delicious and fancy like. "What does pomegranate molasses taste like?... It has that deep, grown-up flavor similar to espresso that makes food taste more sophisticated. But it's not bitter and that makes it totally different in my eyes than regular molasses, which I haven't managed to love yet even though I tried hard." Modified from a fruit salad recipe found on http://www.dinnersanddreams.net.

    Recipe #462845

    Posted by request of my SIL. Modified from Pistachio, Walnut and Almond Baklava on http://www.taste.com.au where it is found in the Lebanese section but I think it is more Iranian.

    Recipe #459675

    Delicious and pretty healthy for a yogurt smoothie. Use the best ingredients. Amounts are guesstimates, add to your liking. Made up when I was craving crystallized ginger & yogurt.

    Recipe #460422

    ZWT7, Africa. "A wide variety of tropical fruits, both native and non-native, are cultivated in Africa. In Western Africa, the closest thing to a dessert course is the "after-chop" and a popular "after-chop" is fruit salad. In Eastern Africa, Swahili people make a Saladi ya Matunda for dessert (See note at bottom of recipe). One interesting thing about the African fruit salad is the use of the avocado. A perfectly fine fruit salad can be made from just three or four of the ingredients listed below. A fruit salad makes a fine dessert course for an African-style dinner." Modified from, www.congocookbook.com.

    Recipe #455976

    ZWT7 Africa. Very popular in Egypt and Sudan. This beverage is said to have been a preferred drink of the pharaohs. In Egypt and Sudan, wedding celebrations are traditionally toasted with a glass of hibiscus tea. In Egypt, karkadé as it is called in Arabic, is used as a means to lower blood pressure if consumed in high amounts. Every busy street, train station, bus depot, has its vendors & the dried flowers may be found in every market. From, www.congocookbook.com.

    Recipe #456615

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