Egyptian Orzo – Beef Casserole or “Lean Asfour bel Lahma” is an economic crowd pleaser of creamy orzo and melt-in-your-mouth beef cubes.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
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.
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.Read More
“When you move to a new country, start exploring its cuisine first. It usually tells everything you want to know”, a seasoned diplomat once advised me. As I recently moved to Singapore, I trace its history and read its deep-rooted values in its vibrant culinary scene. Food in the Lion City tells the story of […]Read More
Kushari, Koshari or Koushari is a must-try Egyptian vegan street food that you could easily create in your own kitchen. It encompasses heaps of playful vermicelli rice, mixed with cooked-to-perfection lentils, tender chickpeas, topped with crispy fried onions and, served with two sauce: a fiery tomato sauce, and Daqqah, a tangy, cumin spiked vinegar-garlic condiment.Read More
Beet Pasta in Mushroom Cognac Sauce is easy to make, gluten free, and an impressive starter or a main dish for a special occasion.Read More