Hummus with musabbaha – Middle East on a plate

When people talk about Middle Eastern cuisine, one of the most popular dishes is hummus. It is mostly considered just a dip, made of chickpeas, but that’s such an underestimation! Hummus can be the entree, the main course – the sky is the limit, really! So this time, I am bringing you one of my most favorite way to serve hummus – with musabbaha topping. What’s that? Read on!

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Lulah Kebab – Armenian way to grill

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Kebab is the most popular fire-roasted dish in the Middle East, Eastern Mediterranean and South Asia. There are hundreds of ways to prepare kebabs, as well as quite a few names for it, but essentially, they all mean the same – fire roasted meat on a skewer. So here’s the way they make it in Armenia – Lulah Kebab!

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Prosciutto wrapped baby grouper – grilling fish made easy!

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Grilling a fish really doesn’t have to be a rocket science. Here’s one of the simplest ways to grill a fish I know, producing an extremely succulent fish with great smoky aroma and flavour. Initially, I tried it on a river trout, but this time – it’s a baby grouper, one of the most noble fish of the Mediterranean.

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Grilled river trout with pickled garlic sauce

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“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.”… This is an ancient Chinese proverb, which intention, and I am sure of that, was¬†also teaching a man to grill the fish he caught. This way or another, I love grilling fish and today I am grilling a river trout!

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