Makes 6 | Hands-on time 45 min, plus rising & proving | Medium Warm flatbreads, drizzled with a lemony herb butter and scattered with chilli flakes, are the perfect side for any Middle Eastern meal. Nutritional isu per serving Per flatbread Calories 366kcals Fat 19.8g (10.5g saturated) Protein 5.9g Carbohydrates

Macaroon Bil Toum is traditionally known as a Lebanese afternoon snack or “asrounieh” in Arabic. It’s basically pieces of dough boiled in water and then smothered in a garlic and lemon juice mix. If you love garlic, this is definitely a dish to try! It’s fairly easy to make, but

Labne is like the Lebanese cream cheese! It’s delicious with Lebanese olives and spread on some pita bread. I love eating it as a side in the morning with fried eggs, yum! Labne can be found premade in some grocery stores and in most International/Middle Eastern grocery stores. There is

Here’s a simple yet tasty Lebanese dish (with no official name) that is traditionally eaten as a side dish during lent. It’s meatless and perfect to cook if you ever have leftover baked potato! If you’re not using leftover baked potatoes, it’s still super easy to prepare! This can be

What makes this dish different from regular rice is it’s cooked with fine noodles found in most grocery stores. Yummy enough to eat alone, it is also a necessary recipe to know for making other Lebanese dishes that go with rice. Ingredients: 1/2 cup rice (Eva uses white, though you

Riz ala’ dajaj (pronounced da-jej) is a delicious Lebanese rice dish traditionally cooked for special occasions. It is typically served as a side dish but can definitely be eaten as a main dish (it has chicken and beef in it!). Ingredients: 1 cup of rice (brown or white) 1 chicken