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    This is a Lebanese recipe, but it's enjoyed through out the middle east. Its a nice mix between a semolina pudding and a creamy topping. Most people top with nuts, but I like it better with toasted coconut. You be the judge. * Note: Nestle cream comes in a can and can be found usually at middle eastern or hispanic stores, if you cannot find it, just omit it, if will not effect the end result drastically.

    Recipe #382916

    I love caramel macchiatos from Starbucks, but at $4.00 a pop, you can have one everyday of the week for that price by making them at home.

    Recipe #340911

    This is a Palestinian/Jordanian version of this very popular salad. This goes very well with Lamb and rice dishes.

    Recipe #328153

    This is a nice summer treat that does not require rock salt or an ice cream machine.

    Recipe #320229

    This recipe serves 1-2 and is a nice and refreshing healthy treat. You can add pineapple, mango, mandarin oranges, the possibilites are endless.

    Recipe #291715

    This healthy soup is enjoyed throughout the middle east, and although simple in preparation and ingredients, is a very flavorful soup. Adas is considered a main dish mainly because it is so filling, and is usually eaten with pita bread and lemon on the side. *I use Ziyad brand red lentils, they are very very small and cook up quickly(see posted picture), so if you cannot find them, and use a bigger red lentil you may need to adjust water and ingredients as well as cook time.* You may add veggies such as diced carrots, celery e.t.c, but this is how it is enjoyed traditionally in the Palestinian/Jordanian areas.

    Recipe #287666

    This recipe can also be reffered to as Kishtah Bil Aasil, which means cream in honey. My husband loves this dessert and is enjoyed in the Palestinian/Jordanian region and perhaps in other parts of the Middle East. *Cooking time does not include cooling time*. I used to use "kanafah coloring" bought at any middle eastern grocers to color the aasil, but food color works the same.

    Recipe #285768

    Recipe #280066

    This is a tea I have concocted after trying several combinations to help ease chest congestion and asthma symptoms. This delicious tea makes breathing easier especially if you have a cold or mild asthma. Most of these ingredients have a medicinal role in helping chest congestion and or helping to relieve asthma.

    Recipe #280032

    This is an awesomely easy gourmet flavor dessert.

    Recipe #229861

    This is a nice cake that is not overly sweet.With a hint of banana and coconut flavors that compliment one another. For the best flavor and texture make this the night before.

    Recipe #227342

    This is easy to make for any dip. Economical and delicious. If you are a serious garlic lover add more garlic powder. You can even add a sprinkle of parmesan cheese to kick it up a notch.

    Recipe #225956

    This sauce is thick and very chocolaty. I use this sauce as garnishes and to decorate, but you can let your imagination run wild. For a more delicate chocolate flavor use less chocolate.

    Recipe #206882

    This recipe is so fun to make and to watch the kids face light up.

    Recipe #201502

    My neighbor Aggie is the first person to introduce me to this scrumptious recipe,she has since past away, but every time I think of the recipe I think of her. Her recipe called for the use of raw eggs, I have amended it, and my version is equally scrumptious.

    Recipe #197992

    The term Kahwah Saadah means "black coffee", which means no sugar added. This coffee is "only" made from light roast coffee beans and has to be coarsely grounded and is not the same as Turkish coffee, this is has a stronger cardamom flavor, but lighter texture.I believe this coffee originated from Saudi Arabia. This coffee is usually made for special occasions such as Eid or funerals. This is usually placed in carafes to keep hot all day and served in specific cups with no handles.Even though this coffee is lighter in texture it is considered to be even stronger than Turkish coffee so it is served in small portions. I usually add sugar to my cup, just because I dont like black coffee.

    Recipe #197208

    Can get easier than this!

    Recipe #190926

    Easy and quick appetizer.

    Recipe #190400

    Forget those tubs in the supermarket, they never taste like the real thing. I always use Ziyad brand products for a more authentic middle eastern taste.The addition of the "tetbeleh" is how it is mainly made in the Jordan. In the mid east people enjoy this as a breakfast side, typically someone makes a run to the nearby falafel restaurant and brings back falafel, hommus and foul(fave beans) and serve with a side of green olives, white cheese and tea using our pita bread as our spoons, and there you have a middle eastern breakfast. In the U.S. it is served as a side dish for the most part, but in the middle east it is more a breakfast dish.

    Recipe #183294

    Certainly not your everyday boring eggs.This recipe is based on a dish at International House of Pancakes called chicken fajita omelet. I have omitted the chicken, but this recipe is so flexible that you can always add or omit. Measurements are approximate.Possible add in's include grilled chicken, grilled steak, jalepeno peppers.

    Recipe #181704

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