I think this is healthier than the expensive Qi'a cereal by Natures Path I was obsessed with for a bit. I made my own up you could always alter the amounts to taste use another type of nut butter or add different dried fruit. I like to keep it simple without making it too sweet.
A delicious vegitarian dish. "Musaqa'a (moo-sa-KAH) is similar to French ratatouille. Though the pronunciation is the same, and both contain eggplant, this vegetarian dish is not the same as Greek moussaka. Also spelled musakka'a or musaqaa." Modified from a recipe found on, whats4eats.com
Posted for, Come with us to Palestine! A popular stew traditionally made in large batches on the occasion of Eid ul Fitr in Gaza's interior to be shared with family, neighbours and friends. Made with small chunks of beef or lamb, chard, rice and chickpeas and generously doused with lemon juice and fried garlic. Serving size is estimated. Recipe from Saudi Aramco World Magazine, November/December 2011.
Use this along with my recipe#497519 to help more with getting the toxins out or you may use it alone if you wish. It does smell of apple cider vinegar so you may do this when your husband is not around as I do. This is mentioned here so it should be taken into account and stars shouldn't be deducted because of the smell, you already knew it! Modified from a recipe on http://practicallyfunctional.net
Craving healthy dark chocolate with no GMO's? "It’s guilt-free, and happens to be incredibly fast and easy to prepare. Loaded with healthy fats from coconut oil, antioxidant-rich cocoa powder, and lightly sweetened with honey, this rich, dark chocolate will melt-in-your-mouth and can be enjoyed in minutes!" Modified from a recipe found on http://detoxinista.com
A yummy chicken and rice dish that I modified to my families taste by combining two Omani recipes found online plus my own taste. recipe#492976 & http://therecipegroup.wordpress.com/2012/08/15/omani-chicken-kabuli-rice. Traditionally ginger is added (I blame Indian influence), we don't tend to enjoy ginger in savory dishes so I omitted it. You may add some if you like.
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.
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.
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.