Arabian Delights Cookbook
Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine from Mecca to Marrakesh is found inside the Arabian Delights Cookbook by Anne Mari Weiss-Armush. This cookbook is filled with one delicious recipe after the next with standouts like Baghdadi Crepes with Meat Filling, Poblano Chilis with Cilantro Cheese Stuffing, and Ataif Wedding Pancakes with Ricotta Cheese.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 314 pages.
Publisher: Lowell House
Author: Anne Marie Weiss-Armush
Description: This was the author's welcome to the hospitality of the Arab world. The Arabian Delights Cookbook describes a heritage of generosity centered around the home and the bounteous and zesty meals served there.
Anne Marie Weiss-Armush, with her intimate experience of Middle Eastern culture, gives you a detailed and accurate treasury of regional Arab cooking with exciting recipes that have never appeared before. Her cooking expertise reveals both the variety and the simplicity of this unfamiliar Mediterranean cuisine.
This is a fare so light and innovative you could have it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Try Yoghurt Cheese Balls drizzled with olive oil and crumbled mint for breakfast, or the fancier Kileicha Crescents Stuffed with Walnuts. For lunch there's a Shepherd's Vegetable Salad with White Cheese, spiced with serrano chili and green onions and garnished with black olives and feta cheese, along with quick and comforting Split Pea and Potato Potage from Kurdistan. And a dinner of Pilaf with Lemon Garlic Chicken and Quick Vegetables à la Cairo will make your day and your reputation.
The Arabian Delights Cookbook gives you flavors from the farthest reaches of Middle Eastern lands: Quick Tomato Broth with Noodles from Syria (this one uses fine fideo vermicelli and a delicate touch of tender lean beef or lamb), Libyan Pasta with Orange-Blossom Chicken and Raisins, Basmati Rice with Crisped Onion from the Gulf States, and Saudi Arabia's Poblano Chilies with Cilantro Cheese Stuffing.
Condition: Good condition. Cover has some light creases.