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    Extremely easy and fast dessert, great for beginners in the kitchen.

    Recipe #436396

    Foul Mudammas is a national Egyptian dish. I would say it is the most famous Egyptian dish since I’ve never hard of any other. It’s made of Fava beans (sometimes called broad beans) and is usually eaten for breakfast or lunch with pita bread. It is very similar to Mexican refried beans although the flavors are slightly different. The dominant taste is lemony and even though plenty of garlic is used, you can barely taste it. It can be made either with young Fava beans or old ones. I used older ones which have a brown color, young Fava beans are very green in color. If you’ll use young beans you probably won’t have to shell them but honestly I’ve never seen foul mudammas made with green beans that’s why I used older, brown beans. If you’re discouraged by the process of shelling beans don’t worry, it’s not that bad and since beans are really large, it goes pretty fast. Some people prefer to shell Fava beans before cooking but I find it easier to do it after they’ve been simmering for an hour. That way you can just squeeze them and they easily pop out of their shells.

    Recipe #435036

    Healthy, whole wheat vegan blueberry muffins.

    Recipe #434713

    This pasta dish is great with porcini mushrooms but they might be a little bit pricey so just regular crimini or portobello mushrooms will do fine. Also romano or parmesan cheese is an awesome addition for the dish.

    Recipe #434493

    Vegan version of French classic Beef Bourguignon

    Recipe #434451

    I decided to make traditional leek tart in a slightly non traditional way, few mini tarts instead of one, big round tart. I made it that way so my other half would eat it too. He’s not much of a veggie guy so I mixed in some ham to his portion. That way I had my vegetarian leek tarts and he had ham and leek ones.

    Recipe #434450

    Recipe for an orzo pasta dish with creamy spaghetti squash.

    Recipe #433868


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