Mains

The quantities of these mains are ample and quite satisfying. If you choose two mains please discuss how many of each serving is required. As in the traditional manner, all foods prepared are not plated but served from serving ware by your dinner host or by guests,

Fresh Green Beans with Tomato

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Fresh Green Beans with Tomato

A great healthy vegetarian meal of lightly cooked green beans with fresh tomato, onion and garlic spiced with traditional Lebanese spices served with a topping of black kalamata olives. Suggested accompaniments include Lebanese white rice or a salad. (V)

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Ijjie with Lentil Rice Pilaf

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Ijjie with Lentil Rice Pilaf

A vegetarian meal consisting of mixed vegetables blended with whipped egg and cooked in the oven. Accompanied with a serving of lentil and white rice pilaf, cooked in a vegetable stock, spices and mixed through with caramelised onion, finished with a squeeze of lemon juice. Suggested accompaniment is fattoush or an herb salad. (V)

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Lahem Mishwe (Lamb and Chicken Skewers)

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Lahem Mishwe (Lamb and Chicken Skewers)

Lamb and chicken skewers cooked on your BBQ or our portable wood fire (please inquire about this option). The succulent lamb skewers are made from tender leg of lamb spiced with traditional Lebanese flavours and cooked to perfection. The chicken skewers are made from a combination of breast and leg fillet marinated in cracked pepper, lemon and garlic and cooked until tender and juicy. Suggested accompaniments include, salads, chili dipping sauce and any of the available dips.

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Fussoulia

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Fussoulia

A filling dish of red kidney beans and tender lamb chunks cooked in a rich thick tomato sauce spiced in the traditional Lebanese style with a hint of pomegranate syrup. This dish is served with white fluffy Lebanese rice. Suggested accompaniment is flat Lebanese bread.

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Oven Kebbe

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Oven Kebbe

Oven baked kebbe in a tray. Two layers of minced lamb spiced with traditional Lebanese spices blended with cracked wheat and onion with a filling of coarse lamb and pine nuts in the centre. This moist and tender meal is served with natural set, minted or plain yogurt. Suggested accompaniment is a salad of your choice and any of the available dips.

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