This rich, tomatoey stew is brimming with large chunks of lamb (or beef), and plenty of green beans, diced tomato, onions, and garlic.
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Today we’re making Homemade Fruit Leather using fresh apricots. This was my favorite childhood treat, which is called “Qamardeen” in Arabic. It is also known as “Qamar Al Den.”
Kubba’t Mosul” translates to “Kubba from Mosul.” You might already know Mosul is a city in Iraq, but did you know it’s known for making this meat-filled savory pie?
Mashed Potatoes, who doesn’t love them? Creamy and filling— the ultimate comfort food. But this Tasty Mashed Potatoes recipe is not like anything you’ve tried before!
If you like to cook, and I’m assuming you do, you have to try this Baharat Spice Blend Recipe! Want to mix things up in the kitchen? Make sure you have a bottle of this amazing spice blend in your cupboard!