A subtle tweak to an ordinary roast hen can make all the difference. Here a single Middle Eastern spice elevates an everyday roast hen to something special. Something very special.
We figured out how to make roast chicken and potatoes a little less ordinary. Actually, a lot less ordinary.
A marvelous, if unconventional, Middle Eastern concoction that’s as refreshing as a dip in the Mediterranean.
Like baklava, these exquisite pastries are a communion of phyllo, nuts, and honey. Unlike baklava, they’re a cinch to make.
We wish we always had a stash of this chicken soup recipe in the fridge to turn to as a soothing respite in the middle of the work day.
Not only does the exotic Middle Eastern spice blend known as baharat lend an enticing flourish to your everyday cooking, it just may make for the most exceptionally easy chicken you’ve ever made.
Eggplant is roasted then stuffed with sauteed onions, red chiles, feta cheese, and topped with torn mint. A simple side dish, salad, or even a main course.
This baked kibbeh is an easier-to-make cousin of the work-intensive classic. The ground lamb base is crowned with a savory onion and pine nut topping.