I just LOVE lentils. As much as I love lentils, I also love variety and cooking them the exact same way kinda gets boring after a while. So, I decided to look for new recipes when I stumbled upon koshari. It’s an Egyptian variation of Mjadarah and I like this one a bit more because I love everything tomato. This recipe is inspired by countless recipes I checked out online to make this dish the very first time. This is my take on koshari, and I hope you enjoy this as much as Mjadarah.
Some Syrians will add onions, others would prefer garlic. For me, no matter what you add, I just LOVE vegan okra recipes. This Syrian recipe I got from my mom. ♥
Got some eggplants and veggie marrows that you can’t find a recipe for? Here’s a vegan Syrian recipe for you.
When it comes to muhammarah, no two Syrians can disagree on LOVING it. It is very popular on Ramadan dinner tables in Aleppo. Though it is simple dish, every Syrian city prepares it in a slightly different way. I personally prefer the way the people of Hama make it and would like to share it with you today.Read More »
Now I gotta admit, Syrians prefer the more complicated recipes. They LOVE those recipes that take hours to make like kibbeh (bulgur fried food), yabrak (rolled vine leaves, and many more. But, when mom is busy, is on a low budget, does not feel like cooking, has some other chores to do around the house or just about any other reason, mom will make mjadarah. It is such a healthy and hearty dish that I am sure you will enjoy.
- A simple go to recipe for moms in a hurry
- A meatless meal that is high in fiber and rich in protein
- A perfect meal for meatless Mondays