Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Tayta's Lebanese Kitchen Cooking Demo at Merrylands Library

Merrylands Library hosted a free cooking demo focusing on easy-to-follow traditional Lebanese recipes
that can be found in this beautiful cookbook "Tayta's Lebanese Kitchen".
Tayta means grandma in Lebanese.
Author Sue Dahman, believes by using the language of food, we can bring people closer together.
Lebanese cuisine is something I've grown to love.
 It uses the freshest ingredients enhanced with herbs and spices making it healthy and flavourful.

Traditional dip made from chick peas, tahini paste, garlic and lemon juice

Chopped parsley and bulghur, key ingredients in making Tabbouli.
Watch Sue Dahman make her Tabbouli in just 10 mins here.

Finely chopped parsley, bulgur (bourghal), diced tomatoes, shallots and lemon juice
This has got to be my all time favourite salad.
The secret to making a great Tabbouli is to chop everything finely.

Nammoura or Lebanese semolina cake cut evenly to create square or diamond shaped pieces,
garnished with almonds and ready to be baked.

It's a semolina cake made with no eggs or butter and drizzled with sugar syrup.

This traditional Lebanese dessert tastes wonderful. It will truly melt your heart. 

Merrylands Library

Corner of Miller and Newman Streets,
Merrylands NSW 2160 Australia

Tayta's Lebanese Kitchen

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