Welcome to the Syrian Cuisine

Welcome to the Syrian Cuisine

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.


7 comments on “Welcome to the Syrian CuisineAdd yours →

  1. Hello,
    We are sponsoring a Syrian family and this site is not excellent!
    The kitchen tools page doesn’t seem to have the list. It would be very helpful. Is it possible to get the list?

  2. I’m 1/4 Syrian , unfortunately no family traditions or recipes/cooking were passed down etc . I just recently started to have an interest in that part of my heritage and am looking forward to trying some of these recipes. Thank you for sharing

  3. I love your site and am saving recipes and the list of ingredients for a new Syrian refugee coming to Toronto Canada and sponsored by our church. I wanted to get supplies into his kitchen before he arrives as well as make some recipes ahead of time. I could not find the list of kitchen tools mentioned on the website. I wanted to make sure the essentials are in the kitchen ahead of time. Could you send it to me or give me a link? Thanks for your amazing website! Betty

  4. I have a friend from Syria. Her mom makes this delicious soup but I can’t seem to find it anywhere! I know that there are chickpeas and some tomatoes…. everything is blended. Would someone know of a recipe and hopefully know what I’m talking about????

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