Fresh blend of chick peas, sesame paste, seasoned with lemon juice and olive oil.marinate avocado
Chopped parsley, tomatoes, onions, crushed wheat, Mint, lemon juice and olive oil.
Moutabbal (Baba ganouge) (V)$0
Char-Grilled aubergines blended with garlic, sesame paste and lemon juice.
Warak Inab (V)$0
Steamed vine leaves stuffed with rice, tomatoes, parsley, mint, lemon juice and olive oil.
Filo pastry stuffed with a mixture of Halloumi, feta and Kashkaval, onions and herbs.
Grilled chicken wings sautéed in garlic and coriander sauce.
Sautéed chicken liver with shallots, capsicum, tomato, flambéed with lemon and pomegranate molasse.
Homemade lamb sausages with dry coriander and spices flambéed with lemon.
Dajaj bil riz$0
Chicken breast stuffed with rice lamb mincemeat with chest nut med brown sauce topped with mix nuts
Roast fish fillet topped with tomatoes, spicy chilly sauce and nuts.
Aubergine Mousaka (V)$0
Khouchaf with mohalabia$0
Cashew, almonds, raisan,walnuts ,prune honey ,peaches with mouhalabia
Mamoul and Ghraibeh Cookies$0
In many houses, the hostess will display a big bowl of freshly baked Christmas cookies, such as mamoul or ghraibeh.
Mamoul is a type of Middle Eastern butter cookie filled usually with date paste (ajweh), and typically prepared on religious holidays. The dough is made from semolina (smeed), which is a coarse, purified wheat middling of durum wheat.
Other ingredients used to make mamoul include rose water and mistka spice, which give it a very distinct taste. Some bakers will fill their mamoul cookies with walnuts or pistachios and then sprinkle them with powdered sugar.
Ghraybeh is another Middle Eastern shortbread sweet. Its main ingredients include semolina, pictachio nuts, butter, sugar and orange blossom. They are usually formed in as shape of a letter ‘S’ and decorated with one full pistachio nut.
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