Koshari Iskandarani is a typical Egyptian dish that hails from Alexandria, Egypt. It is made of simple pantry ingredients, which are orange lentil and rice. This dish is vegan, yet some variations has Egyptian fried boiled Eggs, placed on top of the dish.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
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.
Vegan Fatayer Bi Sabanekh are Lebanese spinach-filled savory pastries, also known as Fatayer Sbankeh. Those yummy and nutritious pastries are spiked with sumac, mint, onions and garlic. They are a delicious appetizer or snack, and make a perfect addition to a school lunch box.Read More
Macarona Béchamel (aka Macarona Forn) is an Egyptian pasta bake, and a one pot meal that has three layers: penne pasta, spices-spiked, luscious red meat sauce, and a silky, smooth white sauce on top. The dish is an iconic crowd pleaser in Egypt. It is nutritious, make ahead, freezer friendly, and excellent potluck dish that garners compliments like no other.Read More
Kushari, Koshari or Koushari is a must-try Egyptian vegan street food that you could easily create in your own kitchen. It encompasses heaps of playful vermicelli rice, mixed with cooked-to-perfection lentils, tender chickpeas, topped with crispy fried onions and, served with two sauce: a fiery tomato sauce, and Daqqah, a tangy, cumin spiked vinegar-garlic condiment.Read More