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A cuisine from the Gulf region, Lebanese food is unique, with different types of breads, accompaniments, and so on. It uses a lot of starchy ingredients, veggies, whole grains and fruits, not to forget olive oil and garlic. One of the most famous Lebanese dishes is Hummus, a unique accompaniment, which is enjoyed with Pita Bread, Falafel, Fattoush, etc.
Dates being common in that region, it is used in not only desserts like Chocolate and Date Mousse, but also in some savoury dishes like Date and Rice Pilaf. Broken wheat is used to make a traditional salad called Tabbouleh, which is healthy and at the same time very tasty as well. Lebanese cuisine also has some traditional sweets like Baklava, making which is an art that requires practice! The section provides you an opportunity to browse and learn to make innumerable Lebanese dishes
01 May 17
Apple Tea, Lebanese Apple Tea by Tarla Dalal
Here is a zesty cuppa from Lebanon! Apple tea is a unique beverage made by infusing green tea with cinnamon and stewed apples.
A squeeze of lemon added while stewing the apples gives the drink a tangy twist, making it very appealing to the taste buds.
This drink has a unique taste, which is s ....
24 Mar 01
Arabic Salad by shobapraksh
Arabic salad form an integral part to the traditional Arabic cuisine and combines different vegetables with choicest herbs. Enjoy the cool and refreshing Arabic salad as side dish or in between snacking option.
21 Jan 10
Arabic Salad by Tarla Dalal
The salad is traditionally flavoured with sumac powder, which is a Middle Eastern spice made from the berries of the sumac bush. The powder has a tart flavour thus we have substituted it with pomegranate powder and lemon juice. It is worth hunting down if you possibly can. But the salad is equally d ....
28 Jun 16
Ayran, Turkish Yoghurt Drink, Lebanese Curd Drink by Tarla Dalal
Ayran is a rejuvenating yoghurt-based drink, very popular in the Middle Eastern Regions, especially Lebanon and Syria. You will be surprised to see that milk and yoghurt are combined with garlic to make Ayran.
However, the proportion of ingredients is such that it gives this drink a very soothi ....
01 Jun 01
Baba Ganoosh by casatina
The babaganoosh is a eggplant based preparation wherein the eggplants are baked and then pulped into a coarse mixture along with garlic, lime juice and cumin powder. A delicious side dish with toasted breads.
21 Jan 10
Baba Ganoush by Tarla Dalal
Lebanon has a few favorites amongst the vegetable group and brinjal is one of them. It is so relished that apart from being grilled and served as main course, the vegetable is also ground to a paste and converted to a delicious dip. This dip can easily be termed as an uncooked version of our baingan ....
20 Aug 10
Baba Ghanouj ( Microwave Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
There's definitely more to lebanese cuisine than 'hummus'. Brinjals, sesame, curds and garlic combine together to make this delectable middle-eastern dip. After tasting this dip people will definitely strike brinjals off their do-not-like vegetable list.
23 Mar 16
07 Jul 12
Baklava by Tarla Dalal
A rich mixture of walnuts, figs, apricots, dates, honey and cinnamon is filled into rectangular samosa patti strips and sealed with a cornflour paste and deep-fried. Drizzle generously with honey and serve these sticky baklavas hot!
21 Jan 10
Baklava ( Lebanese Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
World famous dessert from middle eastern countries. Each country in this region has its own recipe for baklava. There are many combinations and variations for this sinfully calorie laden dessert. Samosa pattis have been used instead of the filo pastry as the latter is not easily available in india.
19 Oct 03
Baklawa by l_ange2000
Baklawa is a traditional sweet dish recipe with wheat flour dough rolled and filled with dried fruit-jaggery-coconut mix. The baklavas are deep fried till golden yellow and then drizzled with honey and served hot.
21 Jan 10
Bean and Spinach Rice by Tarla Dalal
Spinach pooled with kidney beans and rice delicately flavoured with cumin seeds powder. One serving will give you a nourishing supply of protein, folic acid and iron.
21 Jan 10
Borek by Tarla Dalal
Yes these are the all-time-favourite baked potatoes which are spiced with the traditional baharat powder to let the recipe find place in this book. Spinach is not added in the original baked potatoes, but here it imparts a flavor liked by the lebanese thus it is included.
21 Jan 10
Borëk by Tarla Dalal
Yes, these are the all-time-favourite baked potatoes which are spiced with the traditional baharat powder to let the recipe find place in this book. Spinach is not added in the original baked potatoes, but here it imparts a flavour liked by the Lebanese thus it is included.
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