This vegan and healthy Kebbeh is delicious, easy to make, and very inviting. Kebbet Batata is served as a mezze or side dish with Lebanese bread and fresh vegetables. The Kebbet Batata features batata (Arabic word for potatoes), onions, parsley, and lots of good quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
Muhamarah is an Arabic word for Red. This delicious dip is originally from the Levant countires of Syria & Lebanon. It is mainly made from walnuts & roasted red peppers. It’s quiet simple to make and yet rich in taste, full of flavours and slightly smoky.
Hummus is a popular Lebanese appetizer and dip, with no Lebanese Mezze is complete without a plate of Hummus on your table. Not only is hummus very easy to prepare, and once you make it you will wonder why you over spent your hard earned money on that little tub of Hummus from the supermarket, which will never taste authentic and the same as the traditional Hummus recipe.
Labneh is a traditional Lebanese dish made from Yogurt drizzled with Olive Oil. Every person in Lebanon grew up eating Labneh, especially as a wrap with Lebanese bread & olive oil for breakfast. You can find Labneh in every Lebanese household’s fridge at any time.