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Welcome to the Syrian cuisine


Update: Syriancooking is back to help Syrian refugees depend on themselves and help their hosts make them feel welcomed. Please send your suggestions and requests. 


The Syrian cooking tradition is one of the oldest in the world. Cooking ingredients are varied and dishes are full of hearty flavors and aromatic spices. Vegetables are mostly the main ingredients of Syrian everyday cooking. Meat dishes are typically served during feasts and special celebrations. Syrians like to decorate their table with different appetizers and salads. Syrian desserts are stuffed with different nuts, cream, cheese or dates.

Like many people, I learned authentic Syrian cooking from my mom, and from relatives and friends. I decided to create this website to share my joy of cooking with others, especially those who have not tried our dishes and long to taste new fresh and healthy flavors.

I'm looking forward to reading your reviews, comments and questions.




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Recipes for Refugees

Recipes for Syrian refugees

Recipes for refugees is a new section that includes Syrian recipes that are relatively easy to make with simple resources. It aims to help Syrian refugees with little or no experience in cooking depend on themselves and cooking comfort Syrian meals. It will also help their generous hosts make the refugees feel welcome and safe.


Vegetarian Stuffed Grape Leaves


Grape leaves are stuffed with a vegetarian mix, rolled and cooked in a tangy sauce with olive oil. This version of stuffed grape leaves (also known as yalanji) is served cold as an appetizer.



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