Beid Meza’lil is hard boiled eggs fried in ghee. It is an iconic holiday egg dish that surface on Copts’ festive tables on Christmas and Easter nights to break a long fasting.Read More
Salated Zabadi Bel khiatr is a refreshing and cooling mint-scented yogurt cucumber salad that is a quintessential appetizer as well as side dish that pairs perfectly with a number of spicy and hearty Egyptian dishes such as rolled grape leaves and hearty protein dishes.Read More
Kobeba pronounced as Ko-Be-Bah, (also known as Kibbeh) is a delightful festive appetizer or side dish made of crispy, wafer-thin crust of bulgur and meat that encases a luscious ground meat mixed with nuts and raisins.Read More
What do I cook for lent? What vegan items do I need in my pantry?! Look no further, we got your covered! These must-have 12 vegan pantry staples are your arsenal to pull a vegan meal together that feeds a hungry crowd in no more than 30 minutes of active cooking time. Bonus: In this […]Read More
Bissarh, Bosara or Besara is an ancient Egyptian vegan, gluten free, & economic dish made of split fava beans, and fresh aromatic herbs.Read More
Wanna use up the milk leftovers in your fridge to create something easy, delicious and heathy? Try this flavorsome Egyptian Karish (cottage) Cheese Dip. In Arabic, it is “Gebna Bel Tamatem” جبنة بالطماطم.Read More
Wanna know the 5 must-try meatless meals in Egypt? Roll up your sleeves and dive into this mouthwatering piece of content.
BONUS: No-fail and iconic Egyptian recipes are included here in case you plan to recreate them in your kitchen.
Bhatura is a puffy Indian flat bread made with all purpose flour. Ramita Anand fondly shares her mother’s recipe for bhatura with us.Read More