Feeling a little anemic, and wish you could add meat to everything? Well, this Mediterranean recipe is for you. It's like your basic hummus, but better, because now there's meat in it. You will need hummus, paprika, ground beef, pine nuts, parsley, and olive oil. Watch this vi ...more
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This is a great Mediterranean meat pie recipe that will impress your friends and can be served as an appetizer or main dish. Serve with yogurt or cucumber and tomato salad. You will need beef, lamb, black pepper, seven spices, salt, tomatoes, onion, and dough. Watch this video ...more
In this clip, Dede makes a yummy Mediterranean specialty - meat stuffed eggplant or ablama. This easy dinner tastes great and will satisfy picky eaters all over the world. Turn that boring eggplant into a unique treat for your tastebuds with this tutorial.
In this tutorial, Dede shows you another one of her famous Mediterranean recipes. This time, she is making Sfeeha, or mini meat pies. These little pies are square and make perfect finger foods for a party or get together. Enjoy!
Dede shows viewers how to cook lamb shops Mediterranean style. First, get all your ingredients together: a couple of cuts of lamb chops, lemon, fresh rosemary, and chopped garlic. For the lamb chops, ask your butcher to cut it about a half inch thick. The thickness will help k ...more
Shawarma is a Middle Eastern-style sandwich usually composed of shaved lamb, goat, or chicken. Less commonly, it contains turkey, beef, or a mixture of meats. Shawarma is a popular dish and fast-food staple across the Middle East, and is consumed across the rest of the world a ...more
In this clip, Dede will teach you how to create the Mediterranean staple - shish kabobs! These are basically meat and veggies on sticks and great for grilling. Add these to your summer BBQ menu or make them indoors in the winter. They're great for kids, too! Follow along with ...more
Toum, garlic sauce, garlic dip is a Lebanese side dish prepared using canola oil, garlic, lemon juice, and egg white. It is served with chicken and meat as a dipping sauce or mayonnaise. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make a Mediterranean garlic sauce.
Kefta is a ground meat dish served all over the Mediterranean and Middle East. You will need ground beef, gournd lamb, parsley, salt, black pepper, sumac, nutmeg, and olive oil. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make Kefta kebab.
In this "Baking With Julia" episode, Julia Child demonstrates how to make Eastern Mediterranean lamb and tomato bread. Using pita dough filled with the meat and vegetables. Make Eastern Mediterranean lamb and tomato bread. Click through to watch this video on pbs.org
You can eat Italian and still stick to your diet. Just follow these guidelines. Step 1: Skip the garlic Choose plain breadsticks or bread over the garlic variety, which is saturated with butter. If you're dipping your bread, watch the olive oil! It's healthier than butter, b ...more
This video is a report by Terry from Good housing keeping. She reports that women of any age should be thinking of bone health and one of the best ways to strengthen your bones experts say is to follow low fat Mediterranean diet. Tonie Hope, director of Good house keeping says ...more
Green bean stew, better known as Lubya, is wonderful and healthy Mediterranean dish that incorporates both protein and vegetables with a robust flavor. This dish is very versatile and can be cooked with beef, lamb, chicken or you can omit the meat and make it a vegetarian dish ...more
Fatayer or Spinach Pie is a pizza-like foods eaten by the people of the Mediterranean. simboseh and fatayer are baked or sometimes fried doughs stuffed with minced meat and cooked onions or snobar (pine nuts).Fatayer is usually folded into triangles and unlike simboseh, it cou ...more
In this tutorial Maria shows how to make Mediterranean-style stuffed cabbage by just using a few simple steps. For this recipe you will need: 1 pound ground beef, 1 cup round grain rice, 4 tablespoons chopped parsley, 1 1/2 tablespoons all spice, 1 teaspoon black pepper, 2 hea ...more
Introduction Ever wished those flabs of fat would just disappear? Ever envied those models with skinny flat stomachs that no matter how hard you try, you just can't get? You've come to the right place. Even those of you who can't resist leaving a single morsel left on your pl ...more
This is a Greek twist on the crab cakes we all know and love, with a tzatziki being the creative addition to the delicious fried crab cakes. The tzatziki is a wonderful Greek yogurt and cucumber sauce, which compliments the fresh avocado relish and the creamy heirloom tomato v ...more
Next time you want to add plain ol' salt to your recipe, don't. Instead, use a delicious citrus herb salt, which will elevate the flavor of your dish more than salt by itself ever could. You can make lemon rosemary salt, orange cilantro salt—whatever flavor combos suit your t ...more
The evidence is mounting and is becoming indisputable: Gut bacteria play a role in strokes and heart attacks. The link may seem a little far-fetched, but cardiovascular disease may have less to do with what we eat and more to do with what chemicals gut bacteria make from the f ...more
Eating out is great, but being able to cook the delicious ethnic foods you eat at restaurants is even better. It may seem daunting to put together a bunch of ingredients with which you might not be familiar (some with names you've never even heard of!), but with the guidelines ...more
"You can even eat the dishes," claims the song "The Candy Man Can" from 1971's Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. The idea of edible cups, even back then, grabbed my attention—any kid would much prefer to eat her dish instead of clean it afterward, of course! Don't Miss: ...more
Home cooks are often quite intimidated when trying to reproduce the delicious ethnic dishes they enjoy at various restaurants. Thankfully, there are definite flavor profiles and spice/seasoning/herb combos that are very specific to various regional cuisines and cultures; with ...more
If you've already read the first part exploring what geniuses actually eat as opposed to what the rest of us are told to eat for brain health, you've noticed that there are some big discrepancies. Instead of favoring healthy, wholesome foods high in antioxidants, lots of high- ...more
Fresh herbs are a surefire way to enhance a dish, but buying them at the store each time you need them is costly. Luckily, growing your own herbs is a lot easier than it seems: You can even using cuttings from the herbs you already buy to start your own little herb garden. An ...more
Grilled meat may be a staple of summer barbecues, but grilled cheese should have a place at your outdoor feast as well. I don't mean taking a slice or two of cheese, slapping it between two pieces of bread, and putting it in a pan to create a grilled cheese sandwich. No, I mea ...more
The octopus is famous for its bulbous head, enormous eyes, and four pairs of long arms. The stuff of legends and nightmares, octopi have been featured in stories, artwork, and meals galore. But how do you eat this distinctive looking, bilaterally symmetrical sea creature? Her ...more
The Spanish and Portuguese introduced many things (some desirable, some not, depending on your POV) to Mexico in the sixteenth century: Christianity, language, and lots of flora and fauna. Among the flora were radishes, a root vegetable which was briskly inducted into the loc ...more
It feels like someone reached into your chest and squeezed. Your head throbs in unison with your heartbeat. Clammy dread coats your body in sweat. Whether you call 911 or someone does it for you, the ER is your next stop. Stable but still scared on the gurney, you are heading ...more