This salad brings together so many amazing flavors and is one of our new go-to starter salads. The eggplant yogurt cream pairs so well with the spiciness of the shatta, you’ll be asking yourself why you hadn’t make this salad sooner.
This rich risotto is a fantastic comfort dish and another sleeper hit from the Falastin cookbook. It is a great standalone vegetarian meal that can hold its own, but can also be served with lamb or beef.
The cheesy croutons were an excellent addition as a topping and the soup was just creamy enough to strike a nice balance. It’s perfect for dinner and as leftovers with grilled cheese.
This is a fun, easy recipe from the Family Meal cookbook that provides a nice kick of flavor for low effort.
Quick, easy, flavorful and they’re good for 3 weeks in the refrigerator. Use these pickled red onions to level up your salads, sandwiches, burgers and more.
These carrots are perfectly sweet and tender. The ingredients come together as a beautifully delicious glaze that are melt-in-your-mouth good.
The most amazing St. Patrick’s Day meal you can have! This recipe is so good, you’ll want to make it all year round.
This dip goes incredibly well with spiced lamb meatballs and pita, or you can use it for dipping vegetables like carrots, cucumbers and peppers.
These rich, delicious onions go really well with mashed potatoes or on the side with roasted chicken, but honestly are great standout on their own.
You can’t go wrong adding this side dish to almost any meal – it’s crispy, sweet, spicy and delicious.