Cuisine: Libanaise

Atayef Assafiri

Qatayef, or atayef (not to be confused with ktayef, pastry made from angel hair) is a delicious pancake filled with ashtalieh cream, rose and orange blossom water and crushed roasted

Labneh with zaatar

A very good friend Gaëlle, once made me this dish to serve as an aperitif or starter. It’s tasty, fresh and delicious! Its little extra: toasted pine nuts that decorate

Lebanese puff pastries with cashew nuts

I love these little flaky cashew cakes, which come from Lebanon, whose gastronomy I love. I had made this recipe in my first book, Mes desserts, published by Flammarion in

Falafel

I like falafels, I loooove falafels! Crispy and golden, they are tender inside. And then it’s so easy to do, that it would be wrong to deprive yourself of it…!

Chickpea Salad

If you followed the little culinary journey on Beirut (which is brief but I will complete it one day), you may have seen this chickpea salad. It is very simple