Tabbouleh, is probably the most famous recipe in the Lebanese cuisine. As many says, tabbouleh is a labor of love as it requires a LOT of time in the kitchen to finely chop ingredients to perfection. I know there are probably hundreds if not thousands of recipes out there for tabbouleh salad, so what makes mine different, it came from the heart and soul of a Lebanese friend who is very angry at what is happening to the Lebanese tabbouleh...

Tabbouleh, is probably the most famous recipe in the Lebanese cuisine. As many says, tabbouleh is a labor of love as it requires a LOT of time in the kitchen to finely chop ingredients to perfection. I know there are probably hundreds if not thousands of recipes out there for tabbouleh salad, so what makes mine different, it came from the heart and soul of a Lebanese friend who is very angry at what is happening to the Lebanese tabbouleh...

My Mother's Lebanese Tabbouleh Recipe on Food52 recipe on Food52

My Mother's Lebanese Tabbouleh

Slimming Eats Syn Free Lebanese Chicken with Roasted Peppers and Rice - gluten free, Slimming World and Weight Watchers friendly

Syn Free Lebanese Chicken with Roasted Peppers and Rice

Slimming Eats Syn Free Lebanese Chicken with Roasted Peppers and Rice - gluten free, Slimming World and Weight Watchers friendly

Think pizza crossed with Middle-Eastern spices and you've got James Martin's lamb flatbread recipe.

Lebanese lamb flatbread

Think pizza crossed with Middle-Eastern spices and you've got James Martin's lamb flatbread recipe.

Of course I did not make exactly like the recipe.  Just used hamburger, no onions, forgot to put the egg and feta, but they were still really good.

Lebanese Meatballs

Of course I did not make exactly like the recipe. Just used hamburger, no onions, forgot to put the egg and feta, but they were still really good.

These “Arab pizzas” probably date back to the fifteenth century and would have appeared in the region of the Beqaa Valley in Eastern Lebanon close to the Syrian border, the capital of which is Baalbek. An Iraqi family named Haidar is at the origin of the recipe.

These “Arab pizzas” probably date back to the fifteenth century and would have appeared in the region of the Beqaa Valley in Eastern Lebanon close to the Syrian border, the capital of which is Baalbek. An Iraqi family named Haidar is at the origin of the recipe.

Serve these spicy, marinated lamb koftes with a cooling tahini yogurt dip, toasted pittas and some sharp pickles for a quick Lebanese meal.

Lebanese kofte

Serve these spicy, marinated lamb koftes with a cooling tahini yogurt dip, toasted pittas and some sharp pickles for a quick Lebanese meal.

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