When it comes to dipping sauce, you should be aware of how to mix different kinds of flavors in one simple bowl.
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This is a sauce that is made with tomatoes and fresh cilantro much like salsa. It is very popular in the Arabian Peninsula.
In most Middle Eastern countries the ingredients of muttabal are as simple as eggplant, garlic and lemon juice, a lightened up tahini, a free versi
Fresh herbs really make the flavor of falafels stand out.
Pakora is a fried snack. Originally from India, it is found across South Asia especially in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
Guacamole dip is traditionally made by mashing ripe avocados and sea salt with a molcajete (mortar and pestle).
There are many versions of this cooked carrot salad throughout the Middle East and North Africa.
Forget going out to eat or ordering takeout every time you crave Asian food. Try making Thai-Style Sausage and Rice Dressing at home.
Tahini is a brilliant pantry ingredient to keep on hand for a creamy yet no-cook sauce.
This delicious sauce is a great companion with Arabian Gulf dishes, particularly common served with rice alone, lamb, fish, or chicken.
Mango (Ambe, pronounced “ahm-bay”) Curry Chicken with Somali Rice, is a colorful dish, fragrant with the scents of cumin and curry.