Bissarh, Bosara or Besara is an ancient Egyptian vegan, gluten free, & economic dish made of split fava beans, and fresh aromatic herbs.Read More
No Bake St. Valentine Cake is a semi-homemade and easy to assemble. All you need is store-bought savoiardi cookies (aka lady finger), whipped cream, fresh fruits, and a package of jello. Voila!Read More
Wanna use up the milk leftovers in your fridge to create something easy, delicious and heathy? Try this flavorsome Egyptian Karish (cottage) Cheese Dip. In Arabic, it is “Gebna Bel Tamatem” جبنة بالطماطم.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
Mimi’s Chicken is an Egyptian slow cooked melt in your mouth recipe that is so darn easy to make on your stovetop or in your slow cooker.Read More
Hazelnut thumbprint cookies filled with caramel coffee is a creative twist on the classic thumbprint cookies. It is pretty easy to make and very difficult to keep your hands off once they are baked. These cookies are destined to be the star of any cookies’ tray.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