June 18th, 2015
Ramadan is the ninth month of Islamic calendar, Muslims worldwide observe this as a month of fasting. Today is the first day of Ramadan.
Ramadan Kareem to all of my lovely followers. May this blessed month bring peace into our homes and tranquility in our hearts.
June 13th, 2015
Lahmeh Bi-Karaz or Kabab Bel-Karaz is Cherry Kabab, an authentic Aleppine dish that combines sour and sweet taste. It is lamb meatballs “kabab” cooked with small sour cherries “washneh” كرز الوشنة. Served on pieces of Arabic bread cut in triangles and scattered with pine nuts and parsley.
Let’s make Lahmeh Bi-Karaz:
May 9th, 2015
Kabab Khashkhash is fatty minced meat mixed with parsley, pepper, crushed garlic and spices, then shaped into kabab and grilled, served on a bed of tomato sauce.
Let’s make Kabab Khashkhash:
April 4th, 2015
Aleppo is known as “the home of stuffed vegetables and kibab (plural of kibbeh) حلب أم المحاشي و الكبب. In “The Encyclopedia of Aleppo”, it is mentioned that there are more than 60 kinds of Kibbeh in Aleppo.
Kibbeh Bi-Safarjaliyeh is Kibbeh with Quince, an authentic Aleppine dish that combines sour and sweet taste. Safarjaliyeh itself is Quince cooked with meat, tomato juice and pomegranate juice. When kibbeh is added to Safarjaliyeh, the dish is called “Kibbeh Bi-Safarjaliye”. Quince in Arabic is “Safarjal” and “Safarjaliyeh’ is derived from it.
Let’s make Kibbeh Bi-Safarjaliyeh
March 7th, 2015
Kibbeh Naiyeh means raw kibbeh, it consists of minced raw meat mixed with bulgur and spices. Kibbeh Naiyeh Bi-Zeit Az-Zeitoun means raw kibbeh with olive oil and doesn’t have meat. It is a creation belongs to Aleppo city, served as appetizer. It is made with bulgur, tomato paste, red pepper paste, spices, onion sauteed with olive oil, and nuts.
Let’s make Kibbeh Naiyeh Be-Zeit Az-Zeitoun: