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|Baba Ganoush||Probably the most famous of Lebanese dishes, and eaten in many Eastern countries, baba ganoush is predominantly aubergine or egg plant, mashed with tahini paste, garlic, coriander and paprika to create a wonderful filling dip. It can be served on its own as a starter or part of a middle eastern spread or mezze. It almost certainly comes with olives and pitta bread or flat bread. A lovely tasting strong flavoured dip that makes you want to go back for more!||Lebanese|
|Felafel||Served thoughout Lebanon, Greece and Turkey in various forms, either round or elongated sausage shaped, and made from ground chick peas or fava beans or both and then moulded into shape with garlic, herbs and sometimes raisins. The small patties are then deep fried and served hot with flatbread and a choice of dips such as yoghurt, mint and garlic. Served also with salad and pickled vegetables. They are normally also included in a middle eastern mezze feast of 6 or 7 dishes.||Greek, Turkish, Lebanese|
|Tabbouleh Salad||Tabbouleh or bulgar wheat is predominant in most middle eastern dishes either hot or cold. The bulgar wheat is cooked by pouring over hot water and leaving to stand. Once cold, it is mixed with tomatoes, cucumber, mint, parsley, garlic and diced onions and plenty of seasoning. In some restaurants it is also served with goats cheese, cubed, and sprinkled over the top. A very filling and delicious salad with fresh lemon juice squeezed into give it a touch of acidity.||Lebanese|
|Fasolia Bean Stew||Delcious and wholesome stew made with either butter beans or pinto beans that have been stewed with olive oil, garlic, tomatoes, potatoes and onions, sometimes with the addition of very tender lamb. It tends to be a ‘peasant’ style dish and locals almost always make it with anything they have, but the consistent ingredients are the beans. Served with flat bread to mop up the juices.||Lebanese|
|Fattoush||Known also as Lebanese Bread Salad, the prime ingredients are fried bread, tomatoes, cucumber and sumac, a middle eastern herb that gives the dish a slightly sour and spicy taste. Fattoush can be made with most combinations of vegetables, depending on season and can consist of up to 10 or more different vegetables over and above tomatoes and cucumber – radishes, mixed green leaves, peppers, olives and garlic, whatever is readily available. Olive oil makes the dish glisten and adds that earthy taste.||Lebanese|
|Pastries||Lebanon is famous for delicious sweet pastries, using a lot of honey, nuts and dried fruits. Probably the most famous are baklava and mammoul cookies, served with deep and rich Lebanese or Turkish coffee after a meal. Baklava is virtually the same as the Greek version, doused in very sweet honey syrup with nuts and dried fruits encased in pastry.||Lebanese|
|Arak||A strong aniseed flavoured spirit combined with water, which makes it a cloudy drink served with ice and lime wedges. It is called the ‘milk of lions’ and is usually serve with mezze at the beginning of the meal.||Lebanese|
|Lebanese Coffee||Lebanese coffee is very similar to Turkish coffee in its strength and method of serving. Usually accompanied by small sweet pastries or biscuits, it should only be sipped, due to the way it is made, leaving the ground coffee at the bottom of the cup – quite bitter if you take a mouthful!||Lebanese|
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