Happy First Day of Summer everyone! How are you celebrating the start of a new season? We're eating (of course) our favorite summer dip: toum!
With our Toum we grilled some chicken on skewers. Quick, easy, and so yummy!
Eva also whipped up a quick summer salad of cucumbers, tomatoes, and red onion. She even added a little toum to it before mixing for added flavor! It was delicious!
Sometimes the simplest dinners are the yummiest! I see many more summer dinners like this in my future. ;)
Check out our Toum recipe here!
Happy Saturday everyone!
So this morning we had some Za'atar Manoush and Feta Cheese Manoush and I realized something. This is not only my favorite breakfast to eat, but also my favorite to photograph! I couldn't let this breakfast pass without snapping a few photos to share with you all!
The weather was gorgeous this morning so we decided to eat outside.
Of course, this yummy pair is even yummier with cucumber and tomato slices and some mint leaves. For as long as I can remember, we've always grown mint in our yard. It goes well with a lot of Lebanese dishes!
My ABSOLUTE favorite to have with manoush is Labne! It makes a perfect dip, or if you love it as much as I do, it's a great paste to smear on top of your manoush!
Happy Friday everyone! Eva and I have a great idea that we wanted to share.
The next time you cook one of our recipes, we invite you to snap a photo of the finished dish and share it with us! This is a perfect way for us to stay connected with you and to make sure our recipes are working for you!
If you have an Instagram, tag @evaslebanesecooking and use the hashtag #evaslebanesecooking when posting your dish. Our hashtag is ever-growing with photos of yummy food pics and we'd love to see your version of our recipes on Insta!
On twitter, tag @evaslebcooking for a retweet!
And of course, if you're on Facebook, post your pic and tag @evaslebanesecooking and we will share your photo to our page!
Here are some examples of pics we've been sent by some of our biggest fans:
Yummy! Hope to see your pics soon & happy cooking! :)
This is what I call Lebanese comfort food!
Tonight we are having some Lebanese-Style Meat Loaf served over Riz Bil Sh'arieh. For me, this dish is more than just delicious, it's comforting too! The weather has been so rainy and dreary where we are, so I am so looking forward to eating this to brighten up my day!
Usually, we cook Riz Bil Sh'arieh with white rice, but this time we used brown basmati rice to mix things up. It was yummy, but we will definitely be sticking to white rice next time! ;)