Daweh is a refreshing Assyrian yogurt drink, with health benefits similar to Kefir. It is made with three simple ingredients: yogurt, water, and salt.
Featuring Assyrian, Middle Eastern, and other inspirational recipes
As you might have noticed, my Drink Category has the smallest amount of recipes on it. I’ve included drink recipes that most Assyrian enjoy on a daily basis (tea and Turkish Coffe). You’ll also find one of my favorite drinks of all time, made with Tamarind Syrup. The syrup can be used to make other drinks, including Tamarindo margaritas!
But I don’t want this to be a neglected category, so recently I’ve added my favorite lemonade recipe. Also, I am currently working on a Limoncello recipe, so stay tuned! Come back often to see what else I come up with; time to get creative!
If you enjoy lemony treats as much as I do, you’ll love this Italian Limoncello Recipe. Italians consume Limoncello as an after-dinner digestive, while the rest of us appreciate the intense lemony flavor with a surprising kick!
I’d like to clear up the title of this post (Turkish Coffee recipe) right off the bat. As you might have read in my previous posts, certain Middle Eastern recipes are claimed by different regions.
Samovars originated in Russia, but are also very popular in the Middle East, and in parts of Europe. They are used to heat water, and brew tea fit for kings and queens!
Tamarind is a tree that grows long, edible pods. The pods contain seeds that look like shiny, black beads. The paste that grows around the seeds is used in many countries to make tamarind syrup. Tamarind is also used to add a sour taste to food, and to give food that distinct tamarind flavor.