The Taste of Egypt by Dyna Eldaief
Home Cooking from the Middle East

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Combining mouthwatering recipes with a fresh, contemporary design, The Taste of Egypt brings the sophisticated colors and flavors of Egyptian and Middle Eastern cuisine to the modern home kitchen in unpretentious, down-to-earth style. Impress your dinner guests with sublime appetizers such as stuffed-vine leaves and roast eggplant dip. Cook up a storm with silky cumin-infused lentil soup, sensational spiced meatballs, and delicious artichokes cooked in red pepper sauce. There are summery salads to fill a picnic hamper and hearty slow-cooked beans and basterma (fenugreek-spiced cured beef) to evoke the bustling warmth of a Middle Eastern food market. And the recipes for sweet delights are designed to satisfy even the most persistent sweet tooth. Presented in a vibrant, accessible style and beautifully illustrated with full-color photography, The Taste of Egypt is a celebration of a great culinary tradition and an exciting addition to the repertoire of the modern home cook.
 

About Dyna Eldaief

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Dyna Eldaief was discovered by the Middle East edition of the reality television cooking show, "The Taste," after she began to blog and post clips on YouTube about her mother's recipes. She continues her passion for Middle Eastern cuisine by maintaining her blog and giving cooking classes. She lives in Melbourne with her husband and three children.
 
Published September 5, 2016 by The American University in Cairo Press. 224 pages
Genres: Cooking.

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Although less experienced cooks may be slightly intimidated, if they jump in, they will find the recipes easy to follow, and more experienced cooks will find this book an accessible and delightful way to add variety to their repertoire.

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