Minced lamb with onions, tomatoes, mint, and pine nuts in grilled Arabic bread.
Noah's pudding, a Turkish cuisine made of hulled wheat, chickpeas, nuts, and dried fruits; it is of religious significance to Muslims.
The Arabic word for the sugar syrup, often scented with orange or rosewater, added to desserts, juices, and pastries.
Arab pancakes, either sweet with nuts and syrup or savory with cheese; the filling is put on half of the round, folded into two, and then deep-fried.
A Middle Eastern puree of eggplant with tahini, lemon juice, olive oil, and garlic.
In Maghreb countries of North Africa, they serve Ataif (velvet pancakes) as bread with some honey.
A Middle Eastern sweet pastry made of extremely thin sheets of phyllo dough layered with chopped nuts and honey syrup, baked with butter and oil, and cut into diamonds.
Light batter made with flour and water, then drizzled through a special tube perforated with tiny holes onto a hot plate,