Garlic paste is a fantastic way to add a concentrated taste of garlic to your cooking. An important ingredient valued for its health benefits, garlic has long been prized for its widely varying flavors.
Spices, nuts, seeds…dukkah is a little bit of all of that in one bite, that was first invented, and mixed by the Ancient Egyptians.
Labneh is more a cheese, and less of a yogurt, but still a lovely culinary experience.
Easily one of the tastiest mixes of herbs and spices you’ll eat when you are in the Arab world. Za’atar will wow you!
Known in the Arab world as tahinia, tahini sauce is a huge staple, added to many types of sandwiches in the region.
You can’t beat a delicious, nourishing Baba Ganoush in your mezze!
You’d be surprised about just how many dishes you can use cilantro garlic sauce in.
To celebrate Veganuary, I decided to make a vegan version of one of my favorite dips.
Pairing the deep taste of garlic in this labneh recipe creates the perfect partnership.