Archive for Middle Eastern

Mediterranean Mango Parfait

Chunks of mango and whole pistachios are layered with an orange blossom water-scented Greek-style yogurt and topped with fresh pomegranate.

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Chicken S’mack Salad

Chicken M’Sakhan is normally served on a bed of flat bread. Hubby likes it on rice, so that’s how I usually do it. But not anymore…

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Fig Truffles

Sinfully indulgent yet healthy? It’s true. Oh, and they’re incredibly easy to make.

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Hummus

The first rule of Hummus is that you do not talk about Hummus. Therefore, once this post has been published, my life may be in danger.

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Making Lebneh

If you read my last post, you will already have a fridge full of fresh and gorgeous homemade yogurt. And you may be wondering, now what the heck am I going to DO with all this yogurt?! Well, here’s what I did with about half of mine. I made lebneh.

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Making Yogurt

Making your own yogurt may not be high on everyone’s to-do list the way it was on mine lately. You can buy perfectly lovely yogurt in the shops, and I’m not really sure homemade is proven to be healthier, so why bother?

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Arab Brunch

As anyone who hasn’t been living under a rock will be aware, the big news this weekend is of Egypt’s newly-won freedom from dictatorial rule.

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Halva Ice Cream

You’ve all amazed me with your support for my boundary-testing entry for PFB3 so to say thank you, I made ice cream.

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