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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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  • Spiralized Courgette or zucchini noodles

    We all know that vegetables and fruits are good for us. They help us to stay healthy! Here is a recipe that is easy to do if you have a spiralizer, a sharp cutting device invented by the Japanese. It makes thin ribbons of the vegetable you are using. If you don’t have this device, […]

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  • Jwaneh Djej – Chicken wings in a tangy sauce

    This is my version of this Lebanese recipe; finger licking good and easy to prepare! It can be served as a main dish, as a starter or part of a mezze. Fresh coriander is part of the ingredients. If you don’t like it, replace it by fresh parsley.

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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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  • Tigua Degué aka Mafé – Chicken in Peanut Butter Sauce

    Tigua Degué is the national dish of Mali, a country situated in West Africa. It is also a popular dish in Senegal where it is known as Mafé. It is usually cooked with either chicken or meat (beef or lamb), some vegetables and the signature ingredient, peanut butter. I have cooked this dish to my […]

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