Egyptian Meamar rice

Egyptian Meamar rice

Originally posted on Chef in disguise:
This month’s Arabic flavor assignment was to make an Egyptian classic. Meamar Rice.The exact translation of the name is loaded rice. The reason behind the name is that this rice is usually baked in the oven in a clay pot using milk and cream as the cooking liquid. The…

Garlic bread seasoning

Garlic bread seasoning

Originally posted on Chef in disguise:
This month’s secret recipe club assignment was Cheese with noodles by the wonderful and sweet Anna.  She lives in Alaska with her husband, their bunnies,  two cats, and an adorable Great Pyrenees puppy.  When she is not in the kitchen or looking up new recipes, she enjoys spending time with her family…

Middle Eastern garlic sauce “Toum”

Middle Eastern garlic sauce “Toum”

Originally posted on Chef in disguise:
If you have ever eaten shawarma or shish tawook at a middle eastern or Lebanese restaurant, you must have seen the creamy white sauce, with the delectable smell of garlic and scrumptious combination of garlic and lemon. This garlic sauce is known as Toum or Toom  “صلصه ثوم” and if you love garlic,…

Shish tawook sandwiches

Shish tawook sandwiches

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When you have kids and you want them to eat healthier, the number one item you strive to take off their menu is junk food! The best way to do that, in my opinion, is to provide healthier options that look just as good as  and taste just as…