Shorbet Tarbeya (Egyptian lemon-chicken soup) is a warming comfort and creamy soup that warms your soul and body in chilled fall and winter days.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
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.
What do Copts eat on the Epiphany Feast? January 19th, Copts (Christian Egyptians) celebrate the memory of Jesus’ baptism by John the Baptist in the Jordan River. In this article, I am taking you on a food trip to discover what Copts serve on their festive table on this day.Read More
Crown your festive table with this glorious and authentic Egyptian Fatta. Don’t be daunted by its glorious look. This meat-rice dish is much easier to make than you think. Roll your sleeves, read my step by step recipes and get ready to savor “Fatta”, Egypt’s most iconic celebratory Dish.Read More
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
Ruz Bealkhalta is a wholesome, Egyptian festive rice dish with amped up flavors. Traditionally, the rice is cooked with chicken’s kidneys and gizzards and garnished with raisins and nuts. In addition to its unmistakable aromas and distinct flavors, the dish offers several health benefits as it is rich in omega 3 and protein.Read More
Rolled grape leaves are an Iconic Middle Eastern dish with a wide appeal for ostensible reasons. The paper-thin briny grape leaves encase a juicy traditional mix of rice and meat, either beef or lamb or only rice. The stuffing is spiked by an assortment of pungent spices such as cardamom, cumin, allspice, and cinnamon.Read More