My Latest Recipes 3
  • Delicious Lentile Soup from tagi77 in Munfordville, KY.
    Here is a super fast, super simple hearty soup recipe the way my mom used to make it... It's delicious and have your daily need of...
  • Garlic Grilled Chicken from tagi77 in Munfordville, KY.
    Middle Eastern recipes can be time consuming and sometimes even complicated but not this one. This is a very simple recipe yet ver...
  • Jordanian Stuffed Grape Leaves from tagi77 in Munfordville, KY.
    Most Middle East countries cook and eat the same dishes but each country have a twist on how it's prepared, This is the very popul...
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  • lebneneh_tarikjdeidi 4 years ago about Jordanian Stuffed Grape Leaves
    There is nothing jordanian about this recipe. There is no jordanian kitchen or cooking style actually.
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  • maywest 5 years ago about Jordanian Stuffed Grape Leaves
    this is great now i can make some with and with out meat for tailgate parties. the mint is growing like wild in the garden and this is perfect use for it thanks. megan
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  • pariscipes 5 years ago
    Bonjour Taji,thanks for the invite. I'm very glad to be your new cooking buddy. Hope we will share many delicious recipes :)
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  • linda2230 5 years ago about Delicious Lentile Soup
    This soup looks delicious, I will try it.
    Thanks for sharing tagi.
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  • mrsneman 5 years ago about Delicious Lentile Soup
    oh god
    you made me feel hungry
    in syria we make this soup in rammadan
    thanks tagi
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  • ahmed1 5 years ago
    Sorry for the late reply Tagi...Please follow this link. This is one of the best Ataif recipe.Let me know when you try it.
    http://www.grouprecipes.com/28768/sweet-samosa-samboosek.html
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  • juels 5 years ago
    Hi Tagi, thanks for accepting my invite, I look forward to chatting with you! Also, thanks for your kind words on the garlicky eggplant melts! I really appreciate that! Have a great weekend!
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  • mrsneman 5 years ago
    thank you taggi
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  • krumkake 5 years ago
    Hi Tagi - glad to accept the invite...thank you for asking! Welcome to GR and I'm looking forward to sharing recipes with you...Krum
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  • ahmed1 5 years ago
    Thanks for the invite and welcome to the group.
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  • trigger 5 years ago
    Thank you for your compliment on my Shrimp Empanaditas I appreciate that so much.
    Smile:)
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  • jimrug1 5 years ago
    Hi Tagi, Fortunately I live only a couple hours from Chicago. There are "International Markets" there where you can get middle eastern, Indian, and Asain fresh veggies pretty much year round. You can also get spices and unusual ethnic items not found in normal grocery stores. I pay them a visit every month or so and stock up. In the summer, my mother grows lots of Swiss Chard and has grape vines. The chard doesnt freeze well but the vine leaves can be stacked and frozen. Sometimes Swiss Chard can be found in well stocked grocery stores but for many people, it is a seasonal item....
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  • jimrug1 5 years ago
    Hi again Tagi, Thank you so much for all your lovely comments on my recipes. I realy appreciate your feedback. In some regions of Lebanon, they used burghul instead of rice too for the imjuddarah. I like the flavor but it gets a little "pastey" for me. I am like you too about my fattoush. I have to have the bread crispy so I toast it and add it as I am eating the salad. I never eat it the next day... ;-)~ And Kibbee? Raw is my absolute preference but love it baked too... Or in yoghurt sauce.. Thanks again Tagi... Talk Soon I hope.. Jim
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  • trigger 5 years ago
    Welcome I would be happy to be your cooking friend and share recipes with you.
    Smile :)
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