Green beans is slowly cooked with ground beef and tomato. It is served with rice and Syrian salad on the side. An easy and healthy dish for your busy days if you have already-cut green beans.
If you like dipping then this is your ultimate dish! Three layers of mutabal, tomato stew and parsley that blend in your mouth with a unique flavor.
Bored with your everyday traditional dill pickles? Try eggplant pickles with a texture and garlicky flavor like no other. Eggplants are boiled and stuffed with garlic and red pepper before they are fermented.
Indulge your senses in this cool smooth creamy dessert. Rice is cooked until completely done to thicken milk. The mixture simmers to attain a perfectly smooth texture. Rose water will add a mysterious heavenly touch.
Fresh green beans are cooked with garlic and Syrian extra virgin olive oil. Syrian olive oil is dense and very flavorful. This dish can be eaten warm or cold with Syrian flat bread.
A comfort food for many Syrians, Addas bi Husrem (or Addas bi Hamed) is a very healthy and flavorful citrusy dish. Lentils, parsley and lemon are simmered to make a thick soup often eaten with Ojji (Syrian Omelette).
Crunchy from the outside, chewy from the inside, this is Syrian ojji/omelette. Traditionally made with parsley, yet you can use spinach or zucchini or your favorite veggie. Syrian oftentimes eat it with Addas bi Husrem (Lentil parsley soup).
Zucchini is cooked and mashed with a blend of spices, specifically mint. An easy dip or side dish that can be eaten in any season. Warm your flat bread then dip your way through!
Fatti is one of the most famous and distinctive Syrian dishes. Toasted Syrian bread, rice and chicken soaked with yogurt sauce and garnished with nuts. Works great with leftover chicken and stale bread. Other varieties exist with beef, eggplants and and even sheep tongues!
A dip with a vivid color enough to cheer any table and satisfy any taste. Very simple yet subtle flavor by combining beet, garlic, lemon and tahini.