Roa’ae

Roa’ae

Buttery, crispy and hearty! Sort of like the Middle Eastern version of tiny sandwiches during an afternoon tea.

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Roz Bel Khalt’a

Roz Bel Khalt’a

Can you imagine the smell of toasted almonds (or whatever nut you like to toast)? This is so fragrant you will eat it for the smells alone! But it’s really delicious too.

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Katayef

Katayef

Katayef is a sought after treat every day after Iftar during the fasting holiday of Ramadan. It’s not as sweet as American sweets, which makes it – like – a healthier option, right?

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Choreg

Choreg

This is no ordinary brioche. If you are a bread eater, this is a treat and you won’t want to wait until next Easter to make this!

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Torshi

Torshi

You’ve never tasted anything quite like pickled lemons! The are delish! You will want a whole jar to yourself.

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Kofta

Kofta

Kofta is a favorite among kids, gourmands, and picky eaters alike! Try out this quick tasty lesson!

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Koshari

Koshari

Koshari is like the quintessential comfort food of Egypt. Cozy up with this recipe and a good movie like The Yacoubian Building.

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Messa’aa

Messa’aa

Comfort food for most families in the Middle East. In Egypt we call this Messa’aa. In other Middle Eastern countries it is called Moussaka. Whatever you call it – it is delicious!

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Fattah

Fattah

Somewhere between salt & vinegar chips and classic pot roast, this recipe is a family favorite that will inspire new conversations.

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