Egyptian Tehina sauce, also known as Tahini or Tahina, is a quintessential fluffy and silky sauce that is irreplaceable on the Egyptian table. It is served as a dip, spread, and a salad and pairs perfectly with barbecue dishes.Read More
This is a no-fail Qatayef recipe that comes with traditional and non traditional filling options. Qatayef is a quitessional treat during Ramadan that is made of pancake-like batter, filled with nuts, cheese, or cream. Some are folded in a half moon shape and deep fried, while others are cone-shaped and filled with
Ashta (clotted cream), sprinkled with nuts and drizzled with simple syrup.
Basbousa Bel Ashta is a decadent Egyptian cream-filled semolina cake. This contemporary rendition of an old favorite has its flavor amped up by a touch of warm spices, orange blossom, and citrus zest.Read More
Belilah is a portmanteau, a made-up word coined from a combination of the French words Blé Au Lait, which means wheat-milk. Most probably, the inception of authentic Egyptian porridge is traced back to the French colonialism that lasted in Egypt from 1798 to 1801.Read More