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The middle eastern cuisine is one of the most undiscovered and underrated food now a days . people should start trying different cuisines . Essential to any cooking in the arab world is the concept of hospitality and generosity. Meals are generally large family affairs, with much sharing and a great deal of warmth over the dinner table. Formal dinners and celebrations generally involve large quantities of lamb and every occasion entails large quantities of Arabic tea or coffee . Vegetarians going to Arab or Middle Eastern countries often fear that meat dishes will dominate the menu and they will have little choice of vegetarian meals. This is not true, as the Middle Eastern cuisine has at it heart, vegetables, grains and spices. In other words, a vegetarian dish can have as much flavour as a meat dish. some examples of the dishes are

Koshary The national dish of Egypt is also vegetarian, containing rice, lentils and macaroni noodles with spicy sauce on top. OK, it may be a lot of carbs, but it is delicious!

Fattoush and tabbouleh salad

Although the style may vary slightly, fattoush and tabbouleh are popular salads prepared traditionally in several Middle Eastern countries. Both are excellent options

Pro tip: Wait until serving to add the fried pita bread. Otherwise, you’ll lose the crunch.

Couscous This traditional North African food traditionally is served either with meat or vegetable stew. Select the vegetable option and then you’re good to go. Interesting, couscous was voted as the third favorite food in France . it moreover tastes like cheese and the cheese lovers would just love it

Falafel Falafel (or felafal) is a deep fried ball, or a flat or doughnut-shaped patty, made from ground fava beans ,chickpeas, or both. Herbs, spices, and onion relatives are commonly added to the dough. It is a well-known Middle Eastern dish that is originated in Egypt


consisting of dough topped with thyme , cheese, or ground meat . Similar to a pizza , it can be sliced or folded, and it can be served either for breakfast or lunch. The word manaqish is the plural of the Arabic word manqūshah (from the root verb naqasha ‘to sculpt, carve out’), meaning that after the dough has been rolled flat, it is pressed by the fingertips to create little dips for the topping to lie in. *THESE ALL DISHES ARE AVAILABLE IN BOTH VEGETERIAN AND NON VEGETERIAN


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