Lebanese cuisine belongs to Levantine one. It has roots in Phoenician time, heavily influenced by Ottoman Empire and France. Staple foods include grains, fruits, veggies, lamb, poultry, seafood and selection of herbs and spices.
[ad_1] A very popular dessert throughout the Middle East, this Lebanese Semolina Pudding (Layali Lubnan) includes sweet-tart cranberries, thick coconut cream, ground pistachios, and a floral-scented syrup. This vegan recipe can be whipped up quickly, then it chills in the fridge until you are ready to dig in. [ad_2] Read Recipe by landsandflavors [...]