This has to be one of my very favorite meals in the world, dolmades is of course the Greek name most people know.
Adana kebab has to be my very favorite kebab preparation. It is delicious, and has been adopted as a Middle Eastern delight!
Maqluba means ‘upside down’ being a one pot dish that when done is flipped over on a big plate.
When I need warming up on those cold, wet or snowy days, Ghormeh Sabzi comes to mind immediately.
This roast lamb just falls off the bone, giving you a juicy and luscious meal!
Shish Barak consists of meat dumplings cooked in a yogurt stew. A comfort food for many in the Middle East, it is very similar to tortellini in shape and size.
There are so many ways to make kebab, and kofta kebab is one that you definitely need in your wheelhouse as a chef.
Lamb burgers are an extremely popular choice for burgers in the Middle East.
My beef shawarma recipe allows you to make this beloved, and delicious street food at home.
Malfouf is cabbage leaves stuffed with rice and meat, creating an explosion of flavor delivered directly to your mouth!
Popular right across the Mediterranean, this shish kabob recipe is the traditional preparation with a marinade for this timeless meal.
An unusual stew cooked in yogurt, giving it a twist like no other.
Kibbeh Nayeh, most often known as a Lebanese dish, is one of those foods that’s like Marmite, you either love it or hate it.
Baking lamb chops in the oven is the best way to seal in all the goodness and flavor!
Laban immo literally translates from the Arabic as ‘his mother’s milk’ reflecting on the cooking method.
Impress your friends and family with something new and distinctive, something delicious and memorable. Baked Kibbeh!
Mansaf is definitely a unique dish in so many ways, from its ingredients to the way it tastes.
Lamb, potato and tahini bake is simply meat and potatoes, Arab style!
The lamb breast is one of the lesser known cuts of lamb, but can be one of tastiest.
Molokhia is a deep green leafy vegetable that is used to make this delicious stew.
Lamb is a very common meat consumed in Middle Eastern cooking so I thought I’d share the different lamb cuts.
A lovely layered dish that is full of the flavor of ground lamb!
Lamb and mutton: what is the difference, and is one better than the other?
These Lebanese grilled beef kebabs are perfect for entertaining all year round.