Daweh is a refreshing Assyrian yogurt drink, with health benefits similar to Kefir. It is made with three simple ingredients: yogurt, water, and salt.
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I’m excited to be sharing my Swiss Chard Dolma recipe today! Of course, you’ve heard of grape leaf dolma, and cabbage dolma, but have you heard of Swiss Chard Dolma?
“Nougat” Bars might not sound very Middle Eastern, but the origin of nougat, in fact, is. You see, the earliest nougat recipe was found in a Middle Eastern book in Baghdad, dating back to the 10th century.
Looking to kick up your game with a tasty and healthy dip for Super Bowl? Have I got the perfect recipe for you! You’ll score big with this healthy Dill Dip For Veggies recipe.