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Delicious Foods without Borders!

  • Pilaf of Bulgur and Vegetables (Bulgur Abour)

    The Armenian name of this dish is Bulgur Abour. Bulgur is wheat which is boiled then dried and cracked. Therefore, when soaked, the bulgur does not need to be cooked to be soft. One cup of dry bulgur makes about 2 cups of soaked or cooked bulgur. For this pilaf you need the coarse grain […]

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  • Tabbouleh

    A delicious “starter” salad, full of vitamin c. It is also part of the Lebanese mezzeh.

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  • Sticky chicken (Kung Pao)

    This classic dish originated in the Szechuan Province but is found throughout China, with some variations. Kung Pao chicken is also a staple of westernised Chinese cuisine, served in most Chinese restaurants. It is spicy, sweet, savory and most of all, addictive! In my recipe, I have added some broccoli to make it healthier. it […]

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  • Moussa’a (Aubergines and Chickpeas in Tomato Sauce)

    Moussa’a means “cold” in Arabic. If you are eggplant lovers, you will love this delicious dish. It is a classic vegetarian Lebanese recipe. It is best when served at room temperature and can keep in the fridge up to 3 days. Accompaniment: Lebanese flat bread, whole pink radishes and spring onions (optional).

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  • Mashed Potato and Spinach Salad

    This dish is inspired from an existing Lebanese dish made with mashed potatoes and dressed as a salad. Although it might seem unusual to have mashed potato, mixed with spinach, as a salad, it is really tasty! And the extra fibre from the spinach makes this dish more colourful and healthier! I would recommend for […]

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