• 3ijeh
    Appetizers,  Brunch,  Gluten Free,  Ramadan

    Zucchini Egg Fritters (3ijeh)

    Hi my friends! How was your weekend? I’ve been meaning to share this delicious simple egg recipe because I am sure just like me you guys must be sick of eating chicken or red meat every day for iftar. Every now and then, my family would make an iftar meal known as nawashef where basically we would eat baba ghanouj, hummus, pita bread with other dips along with eggs and other veggie dishes with soup and salad. Those were always one of my favorite meals! It was like a cleanse from eating so much meat. One aspect of those dinners always included 3ijeh which is this zucchini and veggie egg…

  • butternut squash hash
    Side Dishes,  Vegan

    Butternut Squash Hash

    Hi everyone! Hubby and I are back from our trip to California which was amazing! I will write a blog post entirely dedicated to our experience there, where we went to, the best food stops and more! Our trip to Cali has influenced me tons in the food realm; the west coast is known for its fresh and healthy way of eating. I was exposed to tons of delicious cuisines from all over the world. Today, I am sharing with you a hash recipe. I had hash for breakfast almost every day in Cali; the best I have had really. I am guessing it’s because of the quality of the…

  • foul
    Brunch,  Dessert,  Gluten Free,  Ramadan

    Foul Mudammas (Fava Bean Breakfast Dish)

    I always looked forward to Sunday because the family would always get together to have a traditional Arabic breakfast which is my favorite. On the table, you will always find this foul recipe. Each country has its own twist in the Middle East as to how they make this. This is my mom’s way of making foul for many years and what takes it to another level is the sauce. The jalapeno lemon topping adds a great tang to the beans. The tomatoes and cilantro add a nice fresh bite as well. Some people will drown the foul with olive oil but I personally prefer it without as much oil.…