Dairy-Free Cashew Cheese

Dairy-free, nutritious cashew cheese is a treat for vegan fellows. It is made of raw cashews and jazzed up by a shower of fresh aromatic herbs, and Egyptian seasoning. Baking this cheese, elevates all its flavors and propels it to the center stage of a breakfast table or an appetizer tray. Can’t wait to hear your feedback when you try it! Read this post for a step-by step recipe.

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Saj Bread: خبز الصاج

Saj Bread is ideal for Shawarma or Falafel wraps. This recipe is full proof and leads to a pillowy and soft bread that stands the test of panini machine.

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“Left Mekhalel”: Pickled turnips: لفت مخلل

Pickled turnips are delicious Egyptian mezzah, which are made of turnips and beets soaked in brine. While the hero here is the turnips, the beets’ natural sweetness offsets the saline brine and lends the pale white vegetable a vibrant magenta color. Pickled turnips are indispensable to jazz up a shawarma or falafel wrap.

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Egyptian Termes: Lupini Beans Snack: ترمس

Pickled Lupini Beans, Terms, “ترمس”, are one of the most common, affordable, healthy, and delicious snacks in Egypt. They are served seasoned with lemon, salt,  and sometimes cumin and dry pepper flakes. 

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Mary’s Dukka: The Egyptian Quintessential Spice Blend

Egyptian Dukka (also spelled as dukkah or Duqqah) is a quintessential Egyptian pantry ingredient. Historically, Dukka in Egyptian culture has been associated with humbleness and austerity as it costs almost nothing to make it, in addition to its long lasting shelf life.   Dukka is typically a mix of spices, toasted affordable nuts and seeds, ground […]

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Lusine’s Eggplant Dip: The Power of a Refugee Woman

Eggplant Pomegranate Dip is a vegan mezzah/appetizer dish that is so simple to make but it will be the star of your mezzeh tray. The pungency of eggplant mixed with onions and mashed garlic is tamed by a drizzle of pomegranate molasses, creating a wonderful balance between the sweet, salty, and tart.

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Samar’s Beetroot-Baba Ghanoug Dip: Cooking In Style

Beetroot and Baba Ganoug is bursting with colors as well as flavors, and nutrition benefits. You can top it with nuts, seeds , small greens leaves ( parsley, micro-greens..etc) , fruits ( pomegranate is the best choice ) and for non vegans it’s awesome with goat cheese, crumbled ricotta or cottage cheese. And above all, its ready in just 30 minutes.

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