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  • Kafta bil Saynieh – Oven Baked Minced Meat Patties and Vegetables

    This is my version of this very popular and hearty Lebanese dish. Usually, it is made with minced meat (lamb or beef), potatoes and tomatoes. But I always favour the addition of more vegetables. The vegetables I usually add do not have a strong flavour. Therefore, it does not spoil the original taste but, on […]

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  • Quiche aux Épinards (Spinach quiche)

    Quiches are usually liked equally by grownups and kids and this quiche is another way to make them eat some greens. They are perfect for brunch, lunch or a light dinner. You can substitute spinach with Swiss chards or even broccoli. I use ready made shortcrust pastry.

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  • Spicy Cabbage with a sprinkle of Burghul (Marshoosheh)

    This dish is very easy and quick to cook. As you already know, cabbage is part of the world healthiest food. It is a very good source of many vitamins and minerals and we should eat cabbage as often as we can. It is a Lebanese vegetarian dish usually cooked without tomatoes but I prefer […]

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  • Prawn or Shrimp Cocktail

    Prawn or shrimp with cocktail sauce is a classic retro starter, introduced in North America in the 20s, and in the 60’s in the U.K. It became a huge culinary success worldwide and still remains nowadays a great treat. In U.K., the sauce is known as Marie Rose sauce and is slightly different from the […]

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  • Spaghetti alla Trapanese (Spaghetti Trapani Style)

    For this dish you can also use linguine, buccatini, penne… I like to use whole grain spelt pasta. The pesto-like sauce is really simple to make and above all it is very tasty. But before cooking, you need to coarsely ground whole almonds (skin included) in the food processor. Quantity of pasta per person: 80 […]

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