909. Iraqi Chicken Tashreeb V.2

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Since tashreebs and thareeds are so ancient and adaptable to what ingredients one has on hand, it is no surprise that there are almost as many varieties are there are families who cook it. While my family’s chicken tashreeb is my absolute favorite (and adapted to an express recipe as well), I could not resist trying out Nawal Nasrallah’s recipe from her Iraqi encyclopedia-cookbook Delights from the Garden of Eden. Continue reading “909. Iraqi Chicken Tashreeb V.2”

905. Iraqi Nut Lebna Log

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Of late, this herby, nutty lebna log has been my go-to breakfast. Requiring no cooking, and minimal prep time, it is a major health kick for the body to boot. The basic strained yogurt recipe we used to also make lebna balls is rolled into a log, smothered in some roasted nuts and zaatar, then flanked by a side of briny olives and fresh parsley. Continue reading “905. Iraqi Nut Lebna Log”