Colorful mixed peppers and beef come together with spices for a lovely Middle Eastern spin to your plate.
Madeleines with a hint of orange blossom taste amazing with your cup of tea. They are both light and fragrant.
These perfectly herby and cheesy falafels are sure to be a hit on your dinner table. They are crispy, a tad nutty, and light. The light, airy texture makes you crave for more.
Middle eastern flavors can make any simple ingredient shine out. Sumac roasted Brussels sprouts with tahini dressing is a quick and easy dishes that act as a perfect side to your dinner table.
I made the meatballs in a light sauce and serve with grilled Kubbus bread. This dish appeals to me as there is a unique mix of flavors that complement each other. Just like the different cultures and ethnicities living in complete harmony.
Baked potatoes are a family favorite, and I wanted to add a twist to make it enjoyable. So I brought in the middle-eastern twist to this classic. Zaatar and halloumi baked potatoes is a delicious one-pan meal.
A light spicy salad with a lemony garlic dressing. Harrisa adds the heat, to sweet butternut quash. Feta cheese brings in some texture and saltiness. lemon adds the right amount of tang. Coriander and lemon zest for freshness.
Make these easy floral pancakes with figs and labneh for a lovely start to your day.
Tabbouleh is a light, refreshing salad that originated in Middle-eastern region. It is vegetarian; however, I cook the grains in chicken stock once a while. My love story with Tabbouleh is an interesting one.