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Recipes I've Shared:

Chai Karak Quickie

sweet milk tea popular in the UAE

Hummus Made with Yogurt

low-fat hummus recipe

Peppers and Eggs

Great Depression Cooking
http://www.youtube.com/watch?fe
ature=endscreen&NR=1&v=P4IjNV3lZkQ

Quick and Easy Dal

quick and easy dal (thick lentil soup) ready in less than 30 minutes

Chicken Pot Pie VIII

old fashioned made from scratch chicken pot pie...recipe from allrecipes.com

Daqoos (Spicy Tomato and Garlic Sauce)

Traditional dish of the UAE served over rice when cooked with chicken, lamb, or fish.

Hashwa (Yellow Split Pea and Potato Stuffing)

Traditional dish of the UAE. Used as a stuffing for fried chicken and as an accompaniment to either roasted lamb or roasted camel meat.

Nashif

Boneless Lamb in a spicy gravy

Serving is based on 100 grams.

Calories are approximately 132 calories per 100 grams.

Chicken Adobo

easy to make Filipino-style chicken in a vinegar and garlic sauce

Chicken Mitchboos

Traditional chicken and rice dish from the United Arab Emirates


Incredible! (1 rating)
Good Neighbor Potato Soup

yummy goodness

Chicken Makhtoum (UAE dish)

chicken cooked in a spiced yogurt sauce...delicious

Tomato Chicken Soup with Vermicelli

http://english.turkishcookbook.com/2010/12
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Peanut Butter and Banana Oatmeal

Hardy and filling breakfast. A bit high on calories for breakfast but I like a big breakfast to keep me full until lunch time.

Breakfast Muffin in a Minute

Low carb, easy peasy, microwave it and eat it from the container!

recipe found at:
http://chefandsteward.com/2011/01/27/w
orlds-laziest-breakfast-muffin-in-a-mi
nute/

French Toast

Easy weekend breakfast

Laham bi ajeen

Lebanese meat pastry

Oatmeal and Egg Omelet with Apples

Easy to make and very filling breakfast.

Chicken Salona (Chicken Stew) from UAE

Traditional UAE chicken stew recipe

Harees (Beaten Pearled Wheat with Chicken)

Traditional dish commonly found in the Arab Gulf States. Very popular during Ramadan and other special occasions. It is very filling and very delicious.

This is a time consuming dish to make because you will have to constantly stir to make sure it doesn't burn and stick to the pot.

This can also be made with lamb

You can omit the butter.

You can make this into 8 to 12 servings. The nutritional analysis is for 8 servings with a 1/4 cup butter topping.



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