Shanklish (arabic blue cheese) and spinach salad with raspberry dressing

A super healthy salad that doesn’t cut corners when it comes to taste, full of antioxidants, natural sugars, fiber, flavor and color with a new way to use Shanklish cheese, not to mention super easy to make.

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Ghraybeh (Shortbread butter cookies)

DSC01109Ghraybeh is a traditional middle eastern shortbread cookie, it is so easy to make that you will never buy it from the store ever again.

DSC01118This Easter I wanted to make Ka’ak and Maamoul (the recipe will be posted soon), which is more common to be served on Easter, and Islamic holidays, but decided on ghraybeh since its easier and less time consuming, so without further ado I present to you the ingredients:

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Chicken liver with a tangy pomegranate molasses sauce

DSC00914Before you get all squeamish hear me out here, I, like most of you have never liked chicken liver mainly due to the eww factor and the fact that I didn’t like the texture of the liver, but once my mom made this recipe where it combined the crunch, the tangy, sweet and salty flavors I changed my mind and devoured the whole dish.

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Jordanian Mansaf – Lamb cooked in a yogurt sauce – المنسف الأردني

Mansaf

Mansaf

Mansaf: Jordan’s national dish, the pride and joy of Jordanians.

It is a dish made of bone in lamb chunks (they have to be big as they will cook for a long time), slowly cooked in a goat yogurt sauce made from Jameed, served on a bed of rice, and topped with toasted pine-nuts and almonds.

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