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Bombay Chana ChaatChickpeas are a staple in Middle Eastern & Indian cooking. This Bombay-style Channa Chaat is a flavorful mixture of mashed chickpeas, potatoes, and aromatic masala seasonings. Add this to a thickened mixture of ground tamarind and freshly-toasted spices. Top it with tomatoes, green chilis, mint, and more masala spice mixture.
Adana KebabKebabs are a traditional grilled meat dish in many Middle Eastern countries. This recipe was named for a city in Turkey. It features ground lamb and veal that has marinated overnight with diced onion, diced bell pepper, garlic, sumac, and savory spices. Shape the meat mixture into kebabs and grill them golden brown. Serve on warm pita bread with a refreshing yogurt sauce.
Iranian Rice With Broad Beans & DillWhen fava beans are in season, Iranian cooks enjoy making this simple, but tasty rice dish. This recipe includes fragrant basmati and tender fava beans. The dish is pleasantly seasoned with turmeric, refreshing dill, and a hint of precious saffron. As it cooks, the rice on the bottom of the pan gets the coveted crispy crust.
Egyptian Eid CookiesWhen you taste these scrumptious cookies, they may become a family favorite! They are a Eid traditional sweet in Egypt. The cookies have a buttery crust that that is sprinkled with toasted sesame seeds. They are filled with a luscious center of butter, honey, sesame seeds, and walnuts. Dust the warm cookies with powdered sugar, and watch them disappear.
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Check Out This Great Featured Menu: Southern Eastern Sunday Brunch
It has been 130 years since Easter Sunday fell on April 1, like this year. Easter celebrates the new life of spring, and is a time of spiritual reflection and festivities. Forgo the crowded restaurants and prepare an Easter brunch at home for family and friends. Since ham is the traditional Easter main course, your family will love this scrumptious menu! Pair with your favorite beverage and welcome spring!