Amar El Deen

Here comes the king of all Ramadan drinks and my absolute favorite, Amar El Deen! ๐Ÿ‘โ˜ช๏ธ
A much welcomed guest on our iftar table every night. Enjoyed as a refreshing cold drink or used to make other classic Ramadan desserts such as Khoshaf (dried fruit salad) or Meshmeshia (apricot nectar pudding). My family loves it!

Ramadan Atayef from A to Z

Itโ€™s Atayef (Qatayef or Katayef) Time!! These delicious thin lacey stuffed Middle Eastern pancakes are one of the most popular and loved Ramadan treats; and a staple in our household during this very special month โ˜ช๏ธ๐Ÿ’

Infused Simple Syrup

Time to make some delicious Ramadan desserts, but first, the simple syrup!๐Ÿฏโ˜ช๏ธ
The Simple Sugar Syrup is an essential addition to most Middle Eastern desserts. It takes less than 15 minutes to prepare and lasts months in the pantry; so I always make it ahead to have it handy when I need it.

Ful Medames

A hearty bowl of โ€œFul Medamesโ€, which translates to slow cooked Fava Beans Stew, is a staple on our Ramadan iftar table every night, and on weekends all year round! โญ๏ธโ™ฅ๏ธ๐ŸŒ™ ๐Ÿ˜

Pickled Turnips & Beets

My most favorite of all pickled vegetables – TURNIPS and BEETS! The perfect side to my falafel, shawarma and chicken kebab sandwiches.

Homemade Pickles

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๐Ÿฅ’ Homemade Pickles ๐Ÿฅ’
Fresh, tangy, refreshing and very easy to make!

Grape Leaves

You will need: 2 cups of rice, one finally chopped onion, 2 cups of tomato purรฉe, chopped meat is optional is optional, One bunch of each: parsley, dill, and cilantro leaves only, a handful of fresh mint leaves, Plain Greek yogurt, cucumbers, garlic Instructions: Fresh grape leaves prep: wash the leaves thoroughly making sure both…