Molokhia is an iconic Egyptian soup made of a flavorful broth and jute mallow leaves, and spiked by a garlic-coriander paste fried in ghee.Read More
Tagen Akawi be Mahshi El Shalk translates to Oxtail and Rolled Swiss chard in a clay pot. It is a slow cooked dish that bursts with flavors.Read More
Laden with flavors, and nutrients, chicken broth is instrumental in Egyptian cuisine, as it represents essential foundation for hearty stews, delicious soups and elevated rice dishes.Read More
Salata Baladi is the go-to Egyptian salad that goes with everything. It is rustic and spiked with a simple yet memorable vinaigrette. It pairs well with bbq dishes and almost every dish in Egyptian Cuisine.Read More
Bessela (Bazella) We Gazar is an economic, yet mouthwatering and easy Egyptian stew of carrots, peas, and beef chuck. It is a healthy dish, that you can resort to as an easy weekend dinner.Read More
Baba Ghanoush is an Egyptian vegan appetizer and dip that is served either with festive kabab dishes or humble vegan foul Mesdames or falafel.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