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Craving some Middle Eastern cuisine, but not really sure how to make it? Start here with our very easy-to-make falafel recipe.

Perhaps no other food says Middle Eastern cuisine more than falafel, that simple Arab comfort food made from chickpeas or fava beans. Although it’s usually part of the everyday Middle Eastern breakfast, Arabs enjoy this crispy treat any time of the day. With that in mind, today you’ll learn how to make falafel with canned chickpeas. And you’ll be doing it using one of the easiest...

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Arabic speaking countries, food in Jordan, falafel, knafeh, maqluba, zaarb, soups in Jordan, Arab culture, learn Arabic language, Levantine Arabic, the best way to learn Arabic, Arabic learning apps

From its rolling green hills on the Syrian border in the north to the sandy beaches of the Red Sea in the south, Jordan has been a cultural crossroads since at least the heydays of Petra back around 300 B.C. But don’t take our word for it; listen to the stories told by Jordan’s ancient sites – stories of Nabataean kings and Crusader’s castles that...

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Arab Street Food (Part 1)

I love to travel and, to me, the best part of traveling is all the different street food to try. The Arab world does not disappoint when it comes to savory dishes. Although home-cooked meals are always the best way to go, sometimes the hunger hits you. So what do you do? You grab something on the go! So, before hunger start to hit, here is...

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Whenever going to an Arabic restaurant to have an Arabic breakfast, you would need to know how to ask for eggs in Arabic to have a proper breakfast

When you were a kid, you probably heard that fuToor  “فطور” (breakfast) is the most important wajbah  “وجبة” (meal) of the day. Maybe back then you started breakfast with a bowl of Huboob al-fuToor “حبوب الإفطار” (breakfast cereal). Now that you’re older you might start your day with just a cup of qahwah “قهوة” (coffee) with a little Haleeb “حليب” (milk) and some sukkar“سُكر” (sugar) and...

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