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.
We fell head over heels for this unique Israeli dish and really enjoyed a change of pace for dinner. This can be served on its own as a centerpiece and we couldn’t recommend this one more.
This is a fun, easy recipe from the Family Meal cookbook that provides a nice kick of flavor for low effort.
The mixture of these ingredients and spices produce a very unique, tasteful dish. This goes great as a side dish alongside roasted chicken, or can be a standalone vegetarian main.
This meat sauce is our go-to recipe for a hearty pasta dish and hits the spot every time. We use Italian sausage, but you can easily substitute for ground beef, if you prefer.
Conchiglie pasta is a perfect match for picking up the sausage bits from this meat sauce. This is a great, hearty dinner that hits the spot!
There aren’t too many things in this world better than homemade pasta. It’s cheap, fun to make and a relaxing process that produces restaurant quality meals.
These tacos are perfect for an easy, less than 30-minute meal that can be served for any weeknight dinner. This recipe can be doubled, or tripled, for larger groups at your next dinner party.