Simit: The Luxury of Simple Life

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Simit is a delicious Egyptian street snack and omnipresent in local bakeries. It is a crusty, yet soft bagel-like bread coated with sesame. It is usually served with Egyptian Duqqah and hard boiled eggs.

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Ruz Belkhalta: Egyptian Festive Rice : رز بالخلطة

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.

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Molokhia: Iconic Egyptian Soup of Jute Mellow

MOLOKHEYA is an iconic Egyptian soup that dates back to the ancient civilization. It is made of deep green leaves known as Jute Mallow. Given its high nutritional value, it was served to the Pharos. MOLOKHEYA is an excellent source of folic acid, fiber, and multiple vitamins.

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Bosara: Egyptian Dip of Split Fava Beans and Aromatic Fresh Herbs

Bosara is an ancient Egyptian VEGAN dip. It is a puree of split fava beans mixed with fresh aromatic herbs and spiked with garlic, fried onions, and spices. It is a highly nutritious and vibrant green dip that pleases an eclectic crowd, especially when served with freshly toasted pita bread and/or vegetable sticks.

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Vegan Orange Cake: Eggless and Dairy-Free Treat

This vegan orange cake is a delicious eggless and dairy-free treat, which you can make in no more than twenty minutes of active cooking time. It is a crowd pleaser and carries all the refreshing notes of oranges.

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