Flan libanais à l'eau de fleurs d'oranger (m'halbi)
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Lebanese-style Falafel (uses chick peas and fava beans) // warning to myself : do not use too much salt (like half a teaspoon would do, i don't like salt anyway)
Knafeh! A typical Lebanese dessert that is also served for breakfast! Perfect with a drizzle of syrup prepared using Al Wadi Al Akhdar all natural waters (rose water, orange blossom water) >> http://www.alwadi-alakhdar.com/products/flower-essences
Najib's Special Lebanese Cauliflower | It's a Vancouver tradition and the BEST cauliflower in the world! | theendlessmeal.com
Lebanese Turkey Meatballs in Sauce
Lebanese Turkey Meatballs seasoned with allspice and cinnamon and fresh cilantro and parsley! - The Spice Kit Recipes (www.thespicekitrecipe...
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Lebanese Tea ~ ~ ~ A light and refreshing version of iced tea that is served at all the local Greek and Lebanese restaurants. I was quite surprised to discover that this recipe actually originated in the New Orleans / Baton Rouge area. The pine nuts don't add anything to the flavor of the drink, so I usually leave them off. I buy my rose water from a local middle eastern grocery store. You can adjust the amounts of sugar, rose water, and lemon juice to suit your tastes.
Lebanese Meatballs. Excellent--handled very lightly so they were fluffy and not dense/hard. Used all beef (no lamb on hand) and finely minced white onion as I didn't have green onions, made them appetizer size and fried in a skillet with olive oil. Packed into pita with homemade tzatziki, they were delicious!
Lebanese man’oushe, za’atar flatbread. I loveeee my Zaatar! Instead of homemade dough, I just use pillsbury grands! Roll them flat and then spread the zaatar mixture on the dough. Pair with Lebanese yogurt dip (salt and olive oil mixed in plain yogurt) and some jam to add a little sweetness.