Molokheya: Iconic Egyptian Soup of Jute Mellow

MOLOKHEYA is an iconic Egyptian soup that dates back to the ancient civilization. It is made of deep green leaves known as Jute Mallow. Given its high nutritional value, it was served to the Pharos. MOLOKHEYA is an excellent source of folic acid, fiber, and multiple vitamins.

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Bosara: Egyptian Dip of Split Fava Beans and Aromatic Fresh Herbs

Bosara is an ancient Egyptian VEGAN dip. It is a puree of split fava beans mixed with fresh aromatic herbs and spiked with garlic, fried onions, and spices. It is a highly nutritious and vibrant green dip that pleases an eclectic crowd, especially when served with freshly toasted pita bread and/or vegetable sticks.

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Macarona Béchamel/Forn: The dish that bridges three cultures

Macarona Béchamel (aka Macarona Forn) is an Egyptian pasta bake, and a one pot meal that has three layers: penne pasta, spices-spiked, luscious red meat sauce, and a silky, smooth white sauce on top. The dish is an iconic crowd pleaser in Egypt. It is nutritious, make ahead, freezer friendly, and excellent potluck dish that garners compliments like no other.

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Zaatar Lemon Chicken: The power of food memories

Zaatar Lemon chicken is a roasted chicken dish that is flavorsome and incredibly easy to make. It is perfect for entertaining and wonderful as a quick-fix dinner. I concocted this recipe relying on my unbeatable memory taste of the best grilled chicken I had in one of Egypt’s restaurant.

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Kabab Hala bel Batates: Egyptian Meat Stew & Potatoes

Kabab Hala is an iconic Egyptian meat stew that is associated with feasts and social gatherings. It is a slowly cooked chuck roast that is drenched in dark, velvety sauce infused by collapsed caramelized onions and an assortment of warm spices. Kabab Hala makes an easy to make Crockpot or slow cooker meal.

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