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Sumac and Spice Roasted Chickpeas

These Sumac and Spice Roasted Chickpeas are an easy to make side dish that's packed full of flavor with a spicy kick.

Roasted Aubergine and Courgette with Sumac and Herbs

Pops of fresh herbs, lemon, and sumac take roasted aubergines and courgette (eggplant & zucchini) from basic to positively crave-able!

Za’atar Spring Rolls

These Za'atar Spring Rolls were a delightfully savory-salty introduction to za'atar spice and halloumi cheese. The labneh dip is a must!

Turkish Menemen

Turkish Menemen is a delightfully flavorful egg and tomato dish that's perfect for a weekend breakfast, brunch, or even a weeknight dinner.

Easy Turkish Lahmacun

This Easy Turkish Lahmacun is a tasty Turkish flatbread that's topped with a spiced meat mixture and baked like a pizza. It's so good!

Baba Ganoush

This baba ganoush recipe was a big hit in my house! Roasted eggplant is blended with garlic, tahini, olive oil, and spices until it's a super creamy dip.

Lebanese Chicken Fatteh

Lebanese chicken fatteh is a delicious mix of tastes and textures with spiced chicken breast, toasted pine nuts and pita, chickpeas, & garlicy yogurt sauce.

Turkish Lokma

This recipe for Turkish lokma has only a few ingredients and was simple to make. It's light, airy, and the lemon syrup takes it from okay to great.

Turkish Gozleme with Minced Lamb

The combination of ground lamb, herbs, spices, feta cheese, and vegetables in this gozleme recipe is just amazing, and it was surprisingly easy.

Fresh & Light Authentic Lebanese Tabbouleh

I absolutely loved this tabbouleh recipe! It was crisp, lemony, and utterly perfect--far better than the ready-made stuff I normally buy.

Lebanese Bulgur with Chicken, Tomatoes and Chickpeas

This bulgur chicken recipe was a healthy meal my family enjoyed. Chicken, chickpeas, tomatoes, and bulgur with a hint of cinnamon--yes, cinnamon!

Lebanese Rice with Vermicelli

This Lebanese rice recipe is simple and makes a really tasty side dish. It has more flavor than plain rice but won't overpower your main dish.
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