9/29: The Art of Arabic Cooking

Posted on September 18, 2018 by Zainab Alqasiri

فن الطبخ العربي


Saturday, September 29, 2018
2:00—4:00 PM
Per Class: $25/ $22 for members

Payment required upon your reservation
In order to reserve your place, please pay by September 29, 2018


Fetet Badinjan : The word fatteh means “to crumble” in Arabic and this is the idea behind this dish. Bread that is somewhat stale is crumbled, toasted, and layered with a variety of ingredients including a yogurt sauce and some fried pine nuts.

This fatteh is an eggplant and minced lamb version. It can easily be converted to a vegetarian dish by omitting the meat and replacing it with coarsely ground walnuts.

Ma’amol : Maamoul is a delicious traditional Middle Eastern cookie that is typically made on religious holidays such as Easter or Eid. … We also heard of some chefs baking maamoul using only farina, with no semolina. Maamoul fillings can include dates, walnuts, pistachio, or a combination of both or other nuts.

– Learn to prepare a full delicious meal and dessert. Sample all the food prepared.
– Instructors are experts who have mastered the art of preparing delicious Arabic food and are happy to     share their menus and tips!
– Beginners are welcome! Classes are open to all!

– Reservations and prepayments are required. Places are limited and a minimum of 4 participants is required to hold each class.

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