25.07.2012 06.Aw. 5772
Ramadan starts this week, and we obtained a few traditional recipes that are made for the festive suppers.
Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic lunar year, begins this year on July 20. Every day during the month, Muslims around the world spend the daylight hours fasting and praying. But despite fasting all day long (or maybe because of it), Arab kitchens do not cease working….
STUFFED VINE LEAVES
EGGPLANT AND YOGURT
KNAFE EL BABOUR