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Coriander Sauce

Coriander Sauce by John Spottiswood

This is a common feature on Afghan tables and also similar to the coriander sauce you frequently find in north Indian restaurants. It's also common in Georgian cuisine. Serve it on top of the Chile-Coriander Chicken, or as a side to any grilled meat or vegetable. It is awesome!

7 votes
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Eggplant stuffed with tomato and garlic - Iman Bayeldi

Eggplant stuffed with tomato and garlic - Iman Bayeldi by John Spottiswood

The Turkish name for this recipe means "The Priest Fainted". I think the idea is that it tastes so good it made the priest faint. Anyway, it really is that good and pretty healthy too! This recipe was provided by Brian Bedrosian -- http://www.cookeatshare.com/chefs/brianb-208. Hopefully, with a little prodding from others too,…

6 votes
10770 views
Chickpea Rice

Chickpea Rice by sevgi

This is a Turkish Chickpea Rice recipe. To speed up the process, I use canned garbanzo beans. The terms garbanzo and chickpea are used interchangeably. If you are looking for ways to add protein into your diet, then this is a great recipe option.

1 vote
2845 views
Turkish Rice with Fideos

Turkish Rice with Fideos by sevgi

Turkish rice with fideos is a common rice recipe in Turkey. This is the type of rice my mom makes on a regular basis. The fideos give it a toasted taste which adds a lot of flavor to the rice. It is a huge favorite in comparison to regular, steamed rice.

1 vote
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Spiced Dried Fruit Quinoa

Spiced Dried Fruit Quinoa by Dahlia Klein

For many Jews around the world, Passover is a tough holiday because it's eight days with out eating any leavened bread, and for Ashkenazi Jews this has extended to almost anything leavened- like beans and rice also known as kitniyot. The custom is for Jews to follow their culinary heritage and traditions. So for the Ashkenazi Jews,…

1 vote
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Tobasco Potatoes

Tobasco Potatoes by Mama D

I created this potato dish to go with anything grilled. It has become a family staple. I always try to make a little extra for leftovers, but they seem to disappear. Adjust the Tobasco sauce to your heat tolerance. You can use more than you think since a lot drips off in the grill. If you are going to make them on the stove, use less…

1 vote
1992 views
Bulgar Pilaf

Bulgar Pilaf by Yvette Bedrosian

Bulgar, cracked wheat kernals, makes a delicious and hearty side for lamb, vegetable, and hearty grilled fish like salmon.

2 votes
3312 views
LABNELI SALATA

LABNELI SALATA by filiz

2 votes
2056 views