My Favorite Non-Religious Things about Lebanese Easter

Here’s #1: Kebbet el 7azine.

 

No meat goes into making this. Instead, they use pumpkins and chickpeas, as well as various herbs. Try it with lots of garlic paste and you’re set to go.

Kebbe el 7azine -

And #2:

Maamoul b Tamer:

Can’t go into the recipe. Too complex and tiring. But let me tell you this, homemade Maamoul is the best and my mom is especially good at making them. I haven’t tried this year’s batch (they contain butter) but I’m sure they’re equally good. At least they look delicious.

Maamoul b Joz:

Maamoul b Joz

Sa7tein! Omnomom :p

 

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