Mulukhiyah a stew fit for royals
Let's see, how to write ملوخية in English? How about Mulukhiyah, mloukhiya, molokhia, molokhiya, mulukhiyya, or malukhiyah? No matter what you call it or how you write it, this green stew has been one of the most requested recipes on this blog! the funny thing is that I always seem to find the time to write the recipe…
Mutawam kusa (Palestinian zucchini dip)
October through December is the olive picking/olive oil pressing season in Palestine and throughout the Levant .Olive oil not only plays a major role in the Palestinian cuisine but it also plays a central role in the culture and history of the area and so do olive trees, olive picking and everything related to this…
Cauliflower fritters “mshat”
Would you like to see more middle eastern recipes on chef in disguise? I posed this question on my facebook page and now I am asking you, my dear readers. As you may or may not know I live in Jordan, one of the levant countries (countries bordering on the eastern Mediterranean Sea). That is why…
Bandoora maglieh (Fried tomatoes)
Bandoora Maglieh, بندورة مقلية is a great way to transform a few tomatoes, a few cloves of garlic and some olive oil into a blast of flavors that is so much more than the sum of its parts!
Sweet sesame and anise seeds crackers
These crackers and rich and crumbly , sweet but not overly so, the sesame and anise seeds pop in your mouth when you bite into them, like little firecrackers for your taste buds!