PREP TIME 5 MINS COOK TIME 10 MINS TOTAL TIME 15 MINS Ful medames is a simple savory Middle-Eastern breakfast dish! The Syrian way of serving it is as a fava bean and chickpea salad with fresh tomatoes and parsley. Perfect with warm pita bread. Author: Zena Recipe type: Breakfast

If you love shakshuka or huevos rancheros, then this Turkish dish of softly scrambled egg (menemen) is going to be your new favourite. It’s a one-pan dish, as you crack the eggs straight into the pan. Look out for Aleppo chilli flakes – known in Turkey as pul biber –

0:10 Prep | 0:10 Cook | 2 Servings | Capable cooks Crisp Lebanese bread is the base for these cheesy and zesty fried eggs. INGREDIENTS 2 teaspoons almond dukkah 1 teaspoon finely grated lemon rind 60ml (1/4 cup) olive oil 4 fresh eggs 2 Lebanese bread 60g feta, crumbled 1

Here’s a recipe for a enak Lebanese omelet! It’s made with eggs, parsley, and grated zucchini. This meatless dish can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! It’s also delicious with pita bread and radishes. Ingredients: 2 medium sized zucchinis grated (2 cups of hallowed out zucchini insides) 1 cup

This delicious, cafe-style breakfast dish has all you could ask for – protein, healthy veggies, filling carbs and fragrant spices for days. There’s really no better way to fuel your day. Serves 4 10 mins prep 25 mins cook Ingredients Turkish clay pot 1 small eggplant, finely chopped 125 gmushrooms,

Fatayer are little pies popular throughout the Middle East. They can have a variety of fillings, from meat to cheese or spinach. I made a version called Fatayer bi Sabanekh, Lebanese Fatayer filled with spinach. Spelling variations may include Fatayer bil Sabanegh, Fatayer be Sabanegh, or Fatayer Bes Sabanekh. Spinach

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