Kibbeh Recipe Tutorial | TheMediterraneanDish.Com. Kibbeh are more than meatballs; they are Middle Eastern croquettes made of bulgur wheat, ground beef or lamb, onions, pine nuts and earthy Middle Eastern spices. They can be fried or baked for the perfect appetizer or side dish. See the authentic recipe and step-by-step tutorial on TheMediterraneanDish.com
My husband is half Lebanese. One of his favorite Lebanese dishes is Baked Kibbeh. Every year his family has a reunion and his brother brings authentic Lebanese food from a great restaurant in Brooklyn - one of those dishes, of course, being Baked Kibbeh. Well this year, yours truly decided to make it and bring it. I went online and looked through loads of recipes until I found one that sounded like my mother-in-laws.....and here it is. It came out great and my husband informed me that he...
Dolmathes (Greek grape leaves stuffed with rice and meat)(ντολμαδες) Greek dolmathes, often known simply as dolmas in English, are stuffed grape leaves. This fresh and healthy finger food is also popular in Turkey, the Middle East and the Balkans.
Kibbet Batata / Potato Kibbeh | Hadia's Lebanese Cuisine Today, I am sharing a southern Lebanese way of making potato kibbeh. The southern Lebanese cuisine is incredibly simple and frugal that predominantly relies on ingredients that are natural from the earth where inhabitants have farmed for hundreds of years – tomatoes, potatoes, bulgur, olive oil, lemon, onions and citrus fruits. Because of the lack of processed foods, the southern Lebanese recipes are so healthy.