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    Oh yum and almost healthy! In fact leave out the chocolate chips and I'd say it is in moderation! I like it without the optionals more, myself. Modified from http://paleomg.com

    Recipe #500141

    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

    Recipe #498624

    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.

    Recipe #498387

    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

    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

    Oh my goodness this is yum! Use it as you will.

    Recipe #478877

    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

    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

    Tweaked over time to be healthier and tastier. You must use a high power blender. Amounts are estimated as I rarely measure.

    Recipe #474820

    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

    A simple Middle Eastern breakfast dish something like fried tomatoes. I learned the basics of this from my SIL.

    Recipe #466206

    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

    A rich delicious soup. Good as a part of suhoor or futoor (iftar) the meals before sunrise and fajr prayer and after sunset & maghreb prayer during the month of Ramadan. Here is what the original poster had to say, "This is not only the most popular dish in Greece but Albania as well. The two countries share many recipes. The Greek dish however uses olive oil and mint instead of butter and paprika. This is a hearty, flavorful thick soup, perfect with a light meal or cold night." Modified from a recipe found on http://www.yasalamcooking.com.

    Recipe #462844

    This is my favorite rice pudding. It is nice and creamy but not too heavy. The Persian version of rice pudding is very simplistic, yet beautiful in flavor masha Allah. Sheer Berenj on its own is simply made with rice, water, milk and rosewater. I love it because it is not too sweet you add a sweet topping such as a good honey or a sweet preserve (jam). Modified from a recipe found on http://mypersiankitchen.com.

    Recipe #462482

    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

    This is good with a fresh salad on the side. "Fish kabsa is a dish coming from the cities that border the sea and gulf in Saudi Arabia. Any white fish fillet that you may like would work well in this recipe." Modified from a recipe found on yasalamcooking.com.

    Recipe #459693

    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

    Perfect with Arabic coffee or tea.

    Recipe #456606

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