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FASOLIA (WHITE BEANS)

FASOLIA (WHITE BEANS) by MARIA LOURDES V. LIPARDO-AYUB

Subscribe to my YouTube Channel (Lipardo's Global Kitchen) for more recipes and future raffle draws for giveaway prizes. My Egyptian neighbor in Riyadh introduced me this exceptional dish. Its way of cooking is similar with Filipino cookery. It goes well with rice and fried items like fish, chicken, etc. You won't regret trying…

1 vote
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Black-Eyed Peas with Coconut Milk

Black-Eyed Peas with Coconut Milk by Mihir Shah

I adapted this from a recipe I found in the San Francisco Chronicle. My parents have told me that eating Black-Eyed Peas for the New Year was good luck. I made these for my New Year's Eve party and they were a big hit. Went really well with the Steamed Salmon I prepared.

6 votes
9768 views
FELAFEL SANDWICH (Middle Eastern Fritters)

FELAFEL SANDWICH (Middle Eastern Fritters) by MARIA LOURDES V. LIPARDO-AYUB

This is one of my favorite "street foods" in the Middle East. It is originated in Egypt as a snack. Here is my version of felafel recipe...

1 vote
3264 views
Egyptian Edamame Stew

Egyptian Edamame Stew by RecipeKing

Egyptian Edamame Stew is a spicy take on the traditional Egyptian classic "ful medames". This recipe uses Edamame which is fresh green soybeans. It is found in the frozen section of most large supermarkets. It comes packaged both (in the shell) and shelled. You will need the shelled variety for this recipe. Total recipe time is just…

1 vote
1134 views
Moroccan Bean Dip - Bessara

Moroccan Bean Dip - Bessara by John Spottiswood

If you like hummus, you will also like this simple and tasty bean dip. Fava beans are preferred, but Lima beans work well too. You can thin down the dip with chicken or vegetable stock to make a tasty bean soup.

3 votes
8240 views
Moroccan Hareera (Harira)

Moroccan Hareera (Harira) by Amos Miller

I have read and respect the many recipes for this famous soup that have been posted on CookEatShare. However, I have not found a true recipe, as I experienced the dish, so I thought I should add the one I enjoyed several times a week, year 'round for nearly a decade. Commonly, and mistakenly, thought of as only a soup consumed to…

2 votes
2971 views