Let’s Start Briefly to Introduce Our Merriam & Mona’s Lebanese Table
Many women do not like to share their recipes once they have mastered it. We, however, can’t wait to share “A Taste of Lebanon in Merriam & Mona’sLebanese Table” with you. Even if you have never been to Lebanon before, we urge you to try at least one recipe out of our book – surely, you are going toenjoy it.
There are so many different cooking guides on the market – some good and some bad. I would like to introduce you to our cookbook – ” Merriam & Mona’s Lebanese Table”. When I was growing up in Lebanon, I remember coming home to my mother’s kitchen – it was a true delight. As soon as I walked through the doors,I smelled yummy food. Every time I have a taste of Lebanon, it takes me right back to my mom’s kitchen.While I was living in the New York and the New Jersey area, I hosted many dinner parties. During those dinner parties, I received many compliments.
So What Did We Serve To People In Exchange Of Compliments
Recipes by Mona and Merriam Each of these recipes have been developed by either Mona or Merriam. Two women have collided in order to create the ultimate cookbook full of recipes just for you. These aren’t your average recipes. Nope, these are not your average, everyday recipes. You could try to find them online, but you probably won’t, because they are Mona and Merriam’s very own recipes. They decided to share their recipes with you because they want to bring a little piece of Lebanon to your table.
Soups | Salad Dressing| Salads| Lebanese Mezza | Main Courses
Baked kibbeh or kibbeh, a traditional Lebanese dinner recipe, is made with ground beef or lamb combined with bulgur wheat, pine nuts, and warm spices like cinnamon and allspice.
Also known as Bamia bi Lahme. As with many Lebanese dishes, this dish is usually served with fresh warm flatbreads although it can also be eaten with rice. Stews such as these taste even better the next day and can even be eaten cold on a warm summer’s day.
Lebanese chicken soup is ready in no time thanks to the instant pot. Filled with chickpeas, lemon juice, cinnamon, and spinach, this chicken soup recipe is naturally gluten-free.
Vegan Eggplant Salad
This Roasted Eggplant Salad is packed with Middle Eastern spices, giving it so much warm flavor. It’s an incredibly versatile dish that you can enjoy as a salad, side dish, or even dip! It also just happens to be Vegan.
Uniquely smoking aroma and a nutty, roasted taste, this is what you’ll get with every spoon of this healthy freekeh soup.
The variety of different types of hummus in the grocery store is growing rapidly. The thing is, homemade hummus is so inexpensive and easy to make that the store-bought hummus won’t taste the same after you try this version.
Raw Kibbeh consists of raw ground beef or lamb mixed with Lebanese spices (allspice, cumin, and maybe cinnamon, with salt and pepper), minced onion, and fine dark burghul. It’s commonly served with a drizzle of olive oil, topped with mint and onions, and scooped up with pita bread.
This is another famous Lebanese salad that initially was made by peasants to use up leftover raw greens, herbs, tomatoes…. and, last but not least, old (dry) Lebanese flatbread.
This traditional Lebanese Tabbouleh (or tabouli) Salad is a healthy vegan Mediterranean appetizer made with bulgur, parsley, mint and chopped vegetables. Easy to make with just a handful of ingredients, this fresh salad is a real treat for the tastebuds!
Lebanese Yogurt Soup
Shish Barak is a traditional Lebanese dish, perhaps of Turkish/Ottoman origins (hence the name), which is basically made of tiny meat dumplings cooked in a plain yogurt stew.