Archive for the ‘Syrian Cooking’ Category

To Aleppo With Love – Kabab Bathenjan

March 31st, 2017

Kabab Bathenjan (Eggplant Kabab) is Aleppine dish that consists of grilled lamb meatball and grilled eggplants, served with a mixture of sauteed onion and peppers.

Let’s make Kabab Bathenjan:


To Aleppo With Love – Kibbeh Mabroumeh

December 26th, 2016

Aleppo is known as “the home of stuffed vegetables and kibab (plural of kibbeh) حلب أم المحاشي و الكبب. According to “The Encyclopedia of Aleppo” there are more than 60 kinds of Kibbeh in Aleppo.

Kibbeh Mabroumeh (Rolled Kibbeh / Kibbeh Roll), an authentic Aleppine dish. It is kibbeh dough stuffed with a mixture of ground meat and pistachios, then rolled into a log and baked in the oven.

Let’s make Kibbeh Mabroumeh:


To Aleppo With Love – Mehshi Al-Burghul Bi-Zeit Az-Zeitoun

August 27th, 2016

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Mehshi Al-Burghul is summer recipe in Aleppo. It is eggplants stuffed with bulgur and vegetables, and prepared in two ways, either with meat or without meat. Mehshi Al-Burghul Bi-Zeit Az-Zetioun is the one without meat.

Let’s make Mehshi Al-Burghul Bi-Zeit Az-Zeitoun:


To Aleppo With Love – Foul Mdammas Bel-Khaltah Al-Halabiyeh

June 30th, 2016

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Foul Mdammas (Foul Mudammas) is a very popular dish served for breakfast or any meal of the day. In Syria, we prepare Foul Mdammas in two ways which are Foul Mdammas Bez-Zeit (fava beans with olive oil) and Foul Mdammas Bel-Laban (Fava beans with yogurt). Previously, I’ve shared a recipe for Foul Mdammas, and the recipe for today is almost similar to old one but with Aleppine twist.

Let’s make Foul Mdammas Bel-Khaltah Al-Halabiyeh:


To Aleppo With Love – Trit Bel-Laban

February 27th, 2016

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Trit Bel-Laban is Aleppine dish that uses pieces of fresh flatbread as a foundation upon which various ingredients “yogurt, eggs, meat” are added on top. It can be served as a breakfast or dinner.

Let’s make Trit Bel-Laban: