Lahm bi Ajeen
Lahm bi Ajeen is a Middle-Eastern meat pie with a punch of flavor. A thin crispy dough topped with a delicious meat mixture, they are
Fatayer are a staple of Lebanese cuisine. The most popular ones you will find daily at local bakeries in Lebanon are sabenekh (Spinach) and lahme
Walnut Stuffed Atayef
These fragrant walnut stuffed deep-fried Atayef are the perfect ending to a long day of fasting. Traditionally served during the month of Ramadan, these Atayef
Hummus with Beef
Hummus and spiced beef are a mouth-watering combination. This dish turns the classic Hummus dip into a delicious and filling appetizer.
Lebanese Rice with Chicken
Served at occasions & gatherings, this Lebanese chicken & rice dish is a classic. Spiced ground beef & rice are served with toasted nuts &
Lebanese Cheese Rolls
Cheese rolls are nothing new to the appetizer world, but what distinguishes the Lebanese version is the type of cheese and dough used.
Baked Kafta and Potatoes
A comforting Lebanese casserole of Kafta with potatoes, onion and tomatoes baked with a seasoned tomato sauce and served over a white vermicelli rice.
Yellow Lentil Soup (Lebanese)
This dish is a wonderful blend of lentils and warm spices that simmer together for a Lebanese lentil soup that’s high in fiber and protein.