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Lemon-Garlic Thin Steaks

Lemon garlic steak

Although Syrians are not big on steaks; this dish, 'Sharhat Mtafay شرحات مطفاية', will satisfy any steak-lover. Thin tender steaks are seared then "quenched" by lemon-garlic sauce. Simply good!


Sayadieh (Fish with spiced rice and caramelized onions)


A sensational dish from the Syrian coast on the Mediterranean. Rice is cooked with caramelized onion and fragrant spice and topped with seared fish. Fish can be fried, grilled, baked or cooked with rice. The recipe calls for whole spices but you can substitute with ground ones.


Kibbeh bil sanieh (Kibbeh Pie)


'Kibbeh on a tray' is one of the easiest kibbeh dishes to make, yet full of kibbeh's nutty flavor and highly adaptable. Kibbeh dough is layered with meat-nut mixture, baked and served with salads and yogurt.


Kufta Kabab


Kabab, the king of all grilled meat, is a summer favorite. Lamb is mixed with garlic and parsley, grilled and served with assorted salads and veggies. With over 20 varieties, this is the most popular one in Syria. Simple, smoky, authentic and sublime!


Red Burgul Pilaf

Red Burgul Pilaf

The rich nutty flavor of burgul is combined with the freshness of tomatoes and peppers to cook this easy and yummy dish. Meat is optional.


Dawood Basha (Syrian Meatballs)


If you like meatballs, try the Syrian tasty and fresh version. Meatballs are flavored and cooked in a tomato-herb sauce and served with rice. This is a quick and yummy recipes for your busy days.


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