Green Bean Salad with Tomatoes & Feta – This versatile salad combines garden fresh herbs and veggies with the delicious salty flavor of Feta cheese. As an added bonus, it takes less than 20 minutes to put together and can be enjoyed either warm or cold.
Honey-Roasted Figs with Labneh & Pistachios – Labneh is a soft cheese made from strained yogurt. It is easy to make at home by simply adding a bit of salt and straining the excess whey with the help of a strainer and some cheesecloth or other porous fabric.
Grilled Tuna Steaks with Preserved Lemon Gremolata – This flavorful and healthy Mediterranean-inspired dish is ready in less than twenty minutes. It features Italian gremolata – a simple green condiment made from a combination of fresh parsley, garlic, and lemon zest.
Pan-Seared Tuna Steaks with “Melted” Lemon-Caper Sauce – This quick, healthy, and delicious seared tuna dish is cooked together in one pan and is ready in less than 30 minutes. Serve with a mixture of seasoned cucumbers, tomatoes, and red onion for a light and refreshing meal.
Grilled Marinated Asparagus with Gremolata – This grilled marinated asparagus is a quick and easy side dish enhanced by the addition of a simple, yet tasty, Italian gremolata. Traditionally, gremolata consists of just three ingredients – fresh parsley, garlic, and lemon zest – and is used to top meat, poultry, and seafood. Here, a bit of preserved lemon rind is added for an additional pop of flavor.
This light and flavorful soup is inspired by classic Chicken Florentine recipes, but it has some unique elements of its own. The result is a delicious combination you’ll want to make again and again.
A delicious and easy to make meal of ‘Roasted Garlic’ Hummus served with fresh vegetables and Kalamata olives.
The natural sweetness of roasted fennel and red onion add subtle depth to this beautiful and delicious salad, while the addition of preserved lemon rind adds an unexpected pop of flavor to the dressing.
Shawarma-Spiced Chicken Wraps – Shawarma was Invented in Turkey during 18th century. It was Introduced in Greece where the locals named it “gyros”, the Greek word for turn. When it spread through Middle East it was called Shawarma.