Middle Eastern Delights: 60 Delicious, One-of-A-Kind Treats You Need to Try by Lamees Attar-Bashi

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  • ISBN 10 1645679241
  • ISBN 13 9781645679240
  • Published Jan 02 2024
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 176
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Page Street Publishing

Publishers Text

Imagine the wonders of a bustling, Middle Eastern bakery in your very own kitchen. Puffed pastries oozing with cream, browned sugar crackling in the oven, saffron and rosewater wafting from the refrigerator…. Everything you’ve wanted to learn how to make but feel too nervous to try is outlined step-by-step in this equally as beautiful as it is instructive cookbook. Be prepared to impress the aunts who never thought you’d make biscuits as well as them. Lamees doesn’t skimp on any Arab family favorites: this book includes extensive sections on the most popular types of Middle Eastern desserts, from early morning bread to late night ice cream, and includes an entire section on extra sweet desserts.

Tastemade icon and TV Host Lamees Attar-Bashi is letting us in on a ton of her foolproof recipes, including her mother’s traditional baklawa and Lamees’ own incomparable ground pistachio cheesecake. She gives kitchen-saving tips for handling particularly thin phyllo dough (hint: avocado spray will be your friend!) and offers a ton of recipes that can be made quickly and with a few simple ingredients already in the pantry. Lamees’ well-traveled lifestyle, along with her accolades from worldwide festivals and magazines—including the Dubai Food Festival, BBC Good Food, Ahlan Magazine, and Gourmet Mag—are evident in the book, which is packed with mouthwatering modern interpretations on traditional favorites. Unlike anything else, this book is bound to transform your kitchen into a sugary haven, and will have your neighbors wondering if a five-starred bakery moved in upstairs.