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Waraq dawali w kosa ma7shi

Waraq dawali w kosa ma7shi

Use this dough - Also add feta and a little mint For the Dough:  1 cup all purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons vegetable oil 1/4 cup water  Add oil and begin to knead dough. Once oil is absorbed, add warm water. Knead into an elastic dough. Shape dough into 3 inch diameter balls. Cover and set aside.Preheat over to 425 degrees.

Use this dough - Also add feta and a little mint For the Dough: 1 cup all purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons vegetable oil 1/4 cup water Add oil and begin to knead dough. Once oil is absorbed, add warm water. Knead into an elastic dough. Shape dough into 3 inch diameter balls. Cover and set aside.Preheat over to 425 degrees.

Maklouba: vegetable upside-down dish. Usually made with cauliflower and eggplant and garnished with fried pine nuts - مقلوبة

Maklouba: vegetable upside-down dish. Usually made with cauliflower and eggplant and garnished with fried pine nuts - مقلوبة

Palestinian Chicken Wraps...would love to try this with chicken breast and a low carb tortilla for a low fat/carb version

Palestinian Chicken Wraps...would love to try this with chicken breast and a low carb tortilla for a low fat/carb version

A very popular dessert throughout the Middle East, this Lebanese Semolina Pudding (Layali Lubnan) includes sweet-tart cranberries, thick coconut cream, ground pistachios, and a floral-scented syrup. This vegan recipe can be whipped up quickly, then it chills in the fridge until you are ready to dig in.

A very popular dessert throughout the Middle East, this Lebanese Semolina Pudding (Layali Lubnan) includes sweet-tart cranberries, thick coconut cream, ground pistachios, and a floral-scented syrup. This vegan recipe can be whipped up quickly, then it chills in the fridge until you are ready to dig in.

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