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Orange Blossom Water Turns One!

February 28th, 2010

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One year ago today, I started this blog and it has been amazing. To celebrate the first anniversary, I made black forest cake, and I’ll post the recipe soon.

Thanks everyone, I appreciate all your kind words, comments and emails, and I apologize for any mistakes in my English.

A special thanks to my family for their support and encouragement.

Thanks for visiting!

Happy Birthday Orange Blossom Water!

Dimah

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Mosaic Cake

February 26th, 2010

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Mosaic cake is a Turkish recipe similar to chocolate salami. It is very simple and eggless, you need biscuits, butter, cocoa, sugar and milk. It can be shaped into a log, or prepared in a cake pan. When sliced, it looks like mosaic stones.

Let’s make Mosaic Cake:

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Bazalia Bel-Bandourah

February 25th, 2010

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Bazalia Bel-Bandourah means green peas cooked in tomato sauce. It is prepared from green peas, potato, carrot, meat cubes, onion and tomato paste, and served with rice.

Let’s make Bazalia Bel-Bandourah:

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Fasouliyeh Habb Bel-Bandourah

February 20th, 2010

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Fasouliyeh Habb Bel-Bandourah means white beans cooked in tomato sauce. It is prepared from white beans, meat cubes, onion and tomato paste, and served with rice.

Let’s make Fasouliyeh Habb Bel-Bandourah:

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Makmour

February 15th, 2010

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Makmour is a winter dish. It is prepared from finely chopped white cabbage cooked with ground meat, crushed garlic, cumin, water, rice and ghee. Then served with Arabic bread, lemon wedges and turnip pickles.

Let’s make Makmour:

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