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Mіddlе Eastern Food With the growth of the Middle Eastern рорulаtіоn in our country the number of Restaurants hаѕ mushroomed. There are many аdvаntаgеѕ to рrераrіng these tуреѕ of foods, mоѕt important, they are very hеаlthу аnd easy tо prepare...
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Armenian Manti Dumplings By My Mom. This was a dish my mom made when we were growing up.  Mom always called them “little boats”.  It was a special treat as it took time to make it. We all loved it and there...
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  Seeing recipes for various kinds of rice balls, I thought of a rice ball made from the Middle Eastern ingredient of grape leaves.  I played around with it and came up with one that was actually very tasty.  I...
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Chicken Posole Soup is not exactly  Middle Eastern. It is one my sister shared with me and is much requested in our house  and I just had to share it with you. It is a great comfort soup and is good any...
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Stuffed Shells With Meat This recipe came to me when I saw many stuffed shells that are of an Italian theme, so I thought of changing it into stuffed shells with meat of a Middle Eastern flavor.  The stuffing for...
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Yummy Stuffed mini peppers These beauties came as an idea from the large version of stuffed peppers, but as stuffed mini peppers to be an appetizer. The stuffing is almost the same as the stuffing for grape leaves, squash or other...
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  A blueberry and bulgur salad is a great summer salad that uses fresh blueberries that makes a delightful pop.  The English cucumbers and red onion gives the dish added crunch.  The bulgur wheat in this blueberry and bulgur salad gives...
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                      Kodafa Cake is a Middle Eastern sweet honey cake.  It is a little different than most cakes as it uses couscous for the base.  The mild cheese filling gives...
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   A light refreshing pita salad for summer It has a healthy light lemony dressing. It is also very versatile.  It can be stuffed into a pita pocket or served with toasted pieces of pita bread crumbled on top.  The light lemony...
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Rice Pilaf, Orzo Recipe Rice pilaf is probably the most common side dish in Middle Eastern meals. It is so versatile and with a few simple changes, it goes with just about everything. Growing up, we had that as a...
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