Middle Eastern (West Asian)

Middle Eastern cuisine is a diverse and flavorful culinary tradition that encompasses a wide range of dishes and ingredients from the Middle East, a region that includes countries like Iran, Iraq, Israel, Lebanon  and Turkey, among others. This cuisine has a rich history that dates back thousands of years and has been influenced by various cultures and civilizations, including Persian, Arab, Ottoman, and Mediterranean influences.

Aromas of spices such as saffron, sumac, and za’atar waft through the air, signaling dishes that marry grains, meats, and vegetables in exquisite combinations.


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