Baharat | Lebanese 7 Spice Blend
Baharat is the Arabic word for spices and this term is commonly used to denote a spice blend. This typical Lebanese-style spice blend includes the warm spices such as cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, coriander, cloves and ginger plus a hefty dose of black pepper for kick. Use on any meats or mix into condiments, use in soups, beans etc. Mix up a batch and keep in your larder for some quick, no -brainer seasoning.
How to Make Moroccan Mint Tea
Crafting the perfect cup of Moroccan tea is a special process. You cannot rush. You cannot cut corners. And no, a microwave is not involved. Pay close attention to these steps, and you'll do just fine.
Persian Shirazi Salad - Lightweight and delicious salad that goes with literally anything! It longer it stays, the better it tastes. This is definitely going to become a staple in your house! | ScrambledChefs.com
Egyptian Barley Salad with Pomegranate Vinaigrette - Once Upon a Chef
Inspired by the flavors of Egypt, this barley salad is adorned with feta chunks, scallions, pistachios, raisins and pomegranate seeds.
How to make Moroccan Bread - Broke foodies
Moroccan Bread- Get a little taste of morocco with this easy and straightforward recipe. This is the real deal ! -Idrisstwist.com
Maghmour: The Moussaka from Lebanon That Will Make You Happy
Maghmour is a thick, smoky eggplant and chickpea version of moussaka from Lebanon. It's loaded with extra virgin olive oil, tomato, and mint.
Lebanese Mujadara Recipe with Lentils and Rice | Eating European
This Lebanese Mujadara Recipe combines lentils w/ rice for a perfect protein meal; it's seasoned w/ Middle Eastern flavors & topped w/ crispy fried onions. Special spice makes it truly unforgettable.
Moroccan Preserved Lemons
Moroccan Preserved Lemons - cinnamon stick, fennel seeds, coriander and peppercorns get ground and rubbed into the cut lemons, then packed into the jars.