This butter naan recipe is a classic Indian flatbread that you can make in your kitchen. Piping hot out of the pan, this soft and pillowy bread is a perfect side to any entree. Making this is easy thanks to the food processor – mix, rest, roll and pan fry.
Roasting cauliflower elevates this brassica veggie to a smokey and crispy new level. The cooking process is simple enough for beginner cooks and fancy enough for Sunday dinner. Serve this veggie along side your favorite entree for a special dinner or make some and save for easy weeknight meals.
A healthy chickpea recipe inspired by Lebanese cooking. Tahini, garlic and fresh lemon juice round out the flavors. A fast and easy vegan main dish, mezze or a hearty side.
Seasoned fries smothered in a cheesy Welsh Rarebit sauce makes for the ultimate comfort food. Canadian Poutine meets Welsh rarebit.
An easy Middle Eastern ful recipe made with canned white beans, olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, salt and chickpeas. This Lebanese style ful is easy to make and loaded with bright flavors. Gluten free, vegan and full of protein and fiber, this bean recipe is for everybody!
Learn how to make refried beans the easy way. Healthy, filling and versatile during busy weeknights. Refried beans are a must have staple in your kitchen. “Several people have asked me why, when the beans are fried, they are called refried. Nobody I asked in Mexico seemed to know until quite suddenly it dawned on…
Batata Harra is a twice cooked potato Lebanese dish flavored with olive oil, cilantro, chili paste, garlic and lime juice. Crispy on the outside and pillowy soft on the inside. Easy to make without specialized ingredients.
A bold, robust roasted red pepper dip from the Middle East served with pita bread or pita chips. An easy vegetarian recipe made in the food processor in just 5 minutes. Put down the hummus and make some Muhammara. Muhammara is a roasted red pepper dip that originated from Aleppo, Syria but has spread to…
Welsh Rarebit is a robust cheese sauce made with a nutty roux, beer, sharp cheddar, mustard, worcestershire and a pinch of cayenne. This cheesy goodness is drizzled over toasted bread and is traditional pub fare dating back to the 1700’s. If you don’t want beer, just substitute wine or apple cider, easy! Table of contents What…