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Kaak/ Kaak Alasreya/ Lebanese Street Bread

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Kaak/ Kaak Alasreya/ Lebanese Street Bread

Difficulty Level: Advanced Recipe By Hadias Cuisine Kaak alasreya/ Kaak/ Lebanese Street Bread is a hand bag-shaped savory roll covered with sesame seeds – crispy on the outside and chewy a bit when eating. They are baked in an open flame oven and sold through cart vendors in Beirut – a street food and an ideal snack on the go, usually eaten handheld, that can be equally good for breakfast paired with a cup of tea. If you ever visit Lebanon, don’t miss these insanely delicious treats and try to get them fresh and warm. In Lebanon, no one bothers...

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Today I have for you my all-time favorite vegetable Manakeesh variety, tomato and onion Man’ouche! Man’ouche is the singular version of the word Manakeesh

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Today I have for you my all-time favorite vegetable Manakeesh variety, tomato and onion Man’ouche! Man’ouche is the singular version of the word Manakeesh

In Arabic, this “man’ouche” is known as “Banadoura w basal man’2oushe” which translates to tomato and onion flatbread. Manakeesh are a very popular Levantine dish consisting of a flatbread topped with a variety of possible toppings such as this tomato and onion mixture, za’atar herb mixture, cheese, or keshek. I shared my za’atar and cheese Manakeesh recipe last year and it proved to be quite popular, as it is actually the second most popular recipe on my blog! Almost every bakery in Lebanon starts selling them very early in the morning, as they are a very popular breakfast food. They...

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