These gluten-free, cardamom- and coconut-flavored cookies have a delicate, melt-in-your mouth texture from the semolina flour.
Sourdough starter gives these doughnuts an extra depth of flavor and balances with the baking powder for a texture that is somewhere between cake doughnuts and yeast ones.
Make-ahead oatmeal smoothies is everything you love about oatmeal in a jar but in liquid form, which makes them the perfect breakfast on the go.
Shish tawook is a famous middle eastern dish that you will find on the menu of each and every restaurant that serves mediterranean food.
The paprika adds a depth of flavor. The oregano pairs well with the corn, it is one more layer of flavor that completes the picture without overpowering it.
The lavender adds a breath of freshness that takes the lemonade to the next level.
The vegetables add color and texture while the chopped peanuts add and irresistable crunch. A sprinkle of chopped parsley for a dose of refreshment.
This is more a guideline than a recipe, you can play around with everything, the sweetness, the flavor additives, try some cinnamon for an interesting twist
En Croute is a food that has been wrapped in pastry dough and then baked in the oven.
If you love garlic, this sauce will be your new best friend. It is great as a dip, spread, or companion to roasted or grilled meat, chicken or fish.
Quinoa, this ancient seed is rich in protein, fiber, Riboflavin (b 2), iron, magnesium, and it is gluten free.
The kids call these pizza bread and pizza crackers and love them warm straight out of the oven.
Olive oil bread is a popular bread in the middle east. It is usually made in the olive pressing season to celebrate the fresh olive oil.
Sawsan Abu Farha shows us the process of making these beautiful spinach pastry triangles.
Baked eggs may seem like a fancy breakfast but they are really very easy to make and they require very little time to prepare.
Making this garlic mushroom soup will saturate your home with tantalizing smells of herbs, mushrooms and a hint of garlic.
Lavender is a wonderfully versatile herb, that can be used for everything from flavoring drinks to salad dressings.
Awwameh, loqaimat or loqmet el kadi are not only Arabic tongue twisters. They are all names for a popular middle eastern dessert.
Your guide to making homemade yogurt along with a troubleshoot to help you get it right from the first time.
Sawsan shares one of her favorite quick bread recipes along with a few basic technical notes to guarantee your success in making quick bread every time.
This candied clementine peel dessert is one of many candied orange and citrus peel recipes that Sawsan Abu Farha makes in the winter.
Um Ali is a dessert that combines the creaminess of bread pudding and cinnamon nut stuffing of baklava.
Just the right amount of spice paired with creamy soft potatoes, crunchy peppers and fragrant basil.
Sawsan Abu Farha combines the classic Lebanese Manousheh with Naan for a comforting Mid Eastern breakfast dish.
Do you like tea? How about thinking outside the cup? Tea is good for so much more than drinking.
Crunchy peppery arugula is a match made in heaven with creamy eggplant and a tangy dressing.
No matter how you spell it or say it, kubbeh is a dish that is sure to impress family, friends and company.
As the weather cools down, the urge for baking that was hybernating through the summer comes back to life.
Juicy chicken combined with slightly crunchy vegetables, colorful and full of flavour.
Pairing the aromatic topping with the smokiness of the roasted pepper, the fluffy soft texture of the bread and the slight tang of the mustard is an experience you don’t want to miss.
Refreshing minty zucchini dip to help us all through the last days of summer holidays.
Sawsan Abu Farha travels to Egypt and falls in love with both the architecture and the wonderful classic hibiscus tea.
Sawsan Abu Farha sets out on a quest to clear green mean okra’s name and invite you onboard the okra express.