Mung Bean Soup is a super nutritious and easy soup to make. Just sauté and simmer. The combination of spices and fresh ingredients will make this vegetarian soup one of your favorites. This soup cooks up fast enough for a weeknight family meal.
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.
The cucumber sandwich is a traditional tea time finger sandwich that is hearty enough to satisfy an appetite in between meals. This dainty little sandwich originated in Great Britain and was made popular during the Edwardian era. Enjoy these little sandwiches as appetizers or snacks to carry you over until dinner without making you feel too full. A perfect way to used up extra cucumbers too.
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.
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!
Tahini, a nutty and creamy paste that is easy to make in a blender. Just make what you need. Buy sesame seeds in bulk and never worry about spoilage. Make creamy sauces, hummus or drizzle on veggies.
Honduran Baleadas, a large taco made with mashed beans, cotija cheese and sour cream, garnished with cilantro, scallions and tomatoes. Add a scrambled egg for a special version of this classic Honduran street food.
Lebanese Cheese Fatayer is a popular Middle Eastern vegetarian street food. Creamy, tasty and portable.
A Lebanese veggie turnover with spinach, parsley, cilantro and onion all wrapped in biscuit dough. A Middle Eastern classic that can be an entree or an appetizer.
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. Sharing food with another human being is an intimate act that should not be indulged in lightly. – M.F.K. Fisher…