Homemade Lentil Falafel

As you may imagine, the streets of Amman, and I guess that’s valid for every else city throughout the Middle East, are flooded with falafel stands. There is no need to prepare them at home, because in Amman you pay for 20 pieces around 0.50 JOD/~0.60 €. Traditionally they are prepared with chickpeas served in…

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Green Beans Curry

Asian kitchen… with a lot of curries and of course coconut milk… yummy. This time I liked to try a curry with another, for my cooking unusual, sort of vegetable. To find out which ones are in season I took a look around the colourful vegetable markets to get a better idea. It became green…

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Beef Goulash Without Onions

Lately I felt some unusual appetite for goulash. Since I discovered an onion intolerance I am trying to avoid dishes with too many onions. What a shame because I love them. But goulash without onions? Aren´t they the flavor carrier? I thought I give it a shot. Hopefully my father never finds out – he…

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Grilled Fish

Summer arrived which means BBQ season peaks. I´m a big fan of barbecuing not at least because it is less work than cooking, but also because of the smell. Like almost everywhere around the world (I think) also the Jordanians love to have BBQ – mostly a lot of vegetables and lamb. Every year funny…

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Zoodles with Ricotta

To have perishable food leftover before leaving for vacations is a common problem. This time I had plenty of zucchinis, tomatoes and some ricotta – so I decided to make Zoodles with ricotta. Also not bad to eat something healthy before a week of delicious and often excessive vacation dinning habits. The dish turned out…

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