Creamy avocado pesto – Fresh, fast, cream free

Healthy, super easy, light and unbelievably creamy pasta dish…

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

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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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How to Cook Cauliflower – Jordanian Rice and Vegetables pilaf – Maglobeh – مقلوبة

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Deliciously fried cauliflower

Do you hate cauliflower? well try this recipe and it is a sure way to convert you from a hater into a cauliflower lover (at least I hope it will).

I am embarrassed to confess that I have a weird and unexplained love for maglobeh, it is irresistibly comforting and definitely not figure friendly! therefore It’s not an everyday dish, Maglobeh is the only dish (stop lying dima) is one of the few dishes that I tried to cook and failed miserably.

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Easy kabsa – Arabic Chicken and Rice pilaf

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Kabsa

You are on your way home after a very long day at work , thinking of what you will cook for dinner, you have no energy to cook or clean! Then why don’t you try this light and easy kabsa version that is sure to feed a crowd!

Kabsa is the national dish of Saudi Arabia, which consists of rice, spices, vegetables, and lamb or chicken, it is VERY spicy and extremely delicious, the only problem is it takes quite a lot of time to prepare, but my recipe for a quick and easy to clean one pot kabsa is what you need if you don’t have the time to spend in the kitchen.

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What to do with sumac spice? – مسخن

In this post I will talk about a traditional recipe and a bunch of ideas to use the leftover Sumac spice in your cupboard that has been there for ages.
Sumac is a spice that is grown in the Mediterranean basin; it has a lemony earthy flavor to it, so it is perfect to add to a lot of dishs.
My favorite way to eat Sumac is in Mosakhan so here is my perfect easy recipe for this timeless dish!