As the name of the post suggests, this “Roasted Eggplant Dip” is known as “Baba Ganoush” in Arabic. Similar to hummus, this roasted eggplant dip is a perfect blend of smokey eggplant, freshly squeezed lemon juice, plenty of garlic, tahini, and olive oil.
Featuring Assyrian, Middle Eastern, and other inspirational recipes
If you love Middle Eastern food, this is where you want to be! Since many of my dishes fall into this category, you should have plenty to choose from. So whether you’re searching for a Lebanese, Morrocon, or Assyrian recipe, it’s in this category. But if you’re searching for a specific recipe that you don’t see here, send me a message and let me know about it!
Some of my most popular Middle Eastern recipes include Kubba Hamouth, Flaky Baklava, and Tabouli Salad. Or perhaps you’d like to try one of my personal favorites, Cabbage Dolma? Although it takes some time and effort to make, it’s worth every second spent preparing it. Have fun exploring!
If you love dates, you’re in luck! I’m about to share with you everything you need to know about my Easy Four-Ingredient Stuffed Dates recipe!
“Arayes,” is an Arabic word which means “brides.” It’s also the name of this irresistible (Lebanese) meat-stuffed pita bread.
This is one of those posts where if you’re Assyrian you’re probably thinking “yes, finally!” But if you’re not, you are asking yourself, “what is this “kadeh recipe” you speak of?
Although I call these “Assyrian Holiday cookies,” the truth is they are very popular in the Middle East. In fact, they are Iraq’s national cookie; specifically the date filled ones.