Spinach and Cheese Sambousek, Lebanese Spinach and Cheese Ghughras recipe, Lebanese Recipes
Shaped and prepared like ghughras, the Spinach and Cheese Sambousek is a famous Lebanese dish that features a plain flour shell containing a succulent spinach and cheese mixture. We have used crumbled feta cheese as it gives the most authentic flavour and texture to this dish.
Lebanese Grape Leaves | Costco Diva
Similar to the recipe for my Lebanese Chicken Shawarmas, this recipe is adapted from the grape leaves sold at an authentic Lebanese restaurant in Calgary. These are lighter than the most common Lebanese grape leaves which typically have meat such as lamb included. These grape leaves are slightly sour so I recommend pairing them with my white sauce, the recipe for which is available over on the Chicken Shawarma post.
Lebanese garlic sauce recipe | eggless Lebanese garlic sauce | Toum
Garlic is one spice the lebanese love to eat. The sauce is made mayonnaise style using the technique of oil emulsion in potatoes and not eggs. The garlic sauce can be used as an accompaniment to grilled vegetables or as a spread on pita.
Kibbeh (Lebanese Beef Croquettes)
Kibbeh (Lebanese Beef Croquettes) | www.oliviascuisine.com | This Lebanese classic is one of my favorite dishes in the whole world! It consists of a dough made of meat, bulgur (cracked wheat), onions and mint leaves, formed into football shaped croquettes, and filled with more meat, onions, pine nuts and Middle Eastern spices. They are then deep fried to perfection so they are crisp on the outside and soft inside!
Tabbouleh, is probably the most famous recipe in the Lebanese cuisine. As many says, tabbouleh is a labor of love as it requires a LOT of time in the kitchen to finely chop ingredients to perfection. I know there are probably hundreds if not thousands of recipes out there for tabbouleh salad, so what makes mine different, it came from the heart and soul of a Lebanese friend who is very angry at what is happening to the Lebanese tabbouleh