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A Middle Eastern Mezze Party


Arabian-inspired décor and recipes for delicious mezze to try at home

Tell your friends to grab their passports and appetite for adventure and invite them on a culinary journey to the Middle East via your living room. Be inspired by the robust flavors, colors, and aromas of the herbs and spices used in Lebanese cuisine and “pitch” an Arabian-style tent under which you and your guests will dine. A welcome cocktail scented with the heady scent of damask roses is all your guests will need to leave their busy day behind.

Setting the Scene

When setting the scene, look to colors like deep reds, pinks, oranges, and yellows that echo the natural colors of Middle Eastern spices like sumac and turmeric. Create an Arabian-style tent by draping a sheer red fabric from the ceiling and tacking it to the walls. Complete the experience by arranging cushions to sit on around low coffee table layered with a deep pink fabric and golden yellow-toned napkins. And don’t forget the Arabian-inspired music.

The Table

To complement the red and orange-toned palette, use gold and bronze accents for candles and serving pieces on the table. Turn off the lights and line the table with glowing votives (try using a mirror as a tray to create more light). If you can find antique oil lamps or vessels, use them as centerpieces.

The Menu

Start off the evening with Champagne cocktails made with a splash of rosewater syrup and warm pitas with za'atar, an aromatic dipping oil made with a blend of herbs and seeds such as sumac, dried thyme, and sesame seeds. Once your guests gather around the table, pass around an assortment of authentic Lebanese mezze dishes, similar to appetizers or small plates. While hummus, tabbouleh, and baba ghanouj are popular favorites, we asked Chef Roland Semaan of Balade in New York City to share some other, little-known Lebanese classics with us.

To Start:

Warm Pitas with Za'atar (Buy pre-blended spices or make your own and blend with oil)

To Pass:


Arabian Feast

An Arabian Feast – 7 dishes prepared in just 1 hour. Stress free, crowd pleasing, exotic, super cost efficient and make ahead. Oh, and incidentally gluten free. I can’t think of a single reason why you shouldn’t try this menu for the next time you have a party!

“An Arabian Feast – 7 dishes, 1 hour of preparation, cost efficient, easy and make ahead. My favourite menu for feeding a crowd!”

This menu will be very familiar to my friends because it is my “go to” spread when I’m entertaining 12+ people. I recently single handedly prepared this for 50 people (though this did take more than 1 hour as I had to make 4x the quantity of each dish!). I started writing all the reasons why I love this menu and it started to get really lengthy so I thought it would be more efficient to just list the high points:

Fast and easy – it takes 1 hour to prepare 3 starters, 2 meat dishes, 2 salads + 1 sauce which can be prepared the day before. Then all that’s required to be done is to grill the meat just before serving (or you can even grill ahead, the meat stays really moist)

Prepare ahead – other than grilling the meat, everything can be made ahead by a day (or more in most cases)

Everyday Ingredients & Cost efficient – all the ingredients are everyday ingredients you can get at any supermarket. Plus there are common ingredients across all the dishes. This menu will feed 8 people very generously (12 people if you increase the lamb/chicken by 50%) and costs around A$40 – $45 (

US$30 – $35) which I think is great value for a feast like this

Pantry Essentials – I think you’ll be surprised how many of the spices and herbs you already have in your pantry. Though Middle Eastern food is often thought of as quite “exotic”, the most common spices are things like cumin, coriander and paprika which are used in many cuisines including Mexican, Spanish and Asian cuisine

Unique and exotic – I think this is quite a unique menu. It’s quite modern too. These dishes are inspired by chefs like Yotam Ottolenghi and Karen Martini, both of whom are known for their contemporary (and traditional) Middle Eastern and Arabic dishes

Eat with your hands – you can get away with serving this with just napkins which is really convenient when hosting large numbers! If you are using large pieces of lebanese bread (which I was), just cut them into quarters so they are easy to make and hold in your hand rather than needing a plate

Flavour Explosions and Freshness – this menu has a balance of “flavour explosions” (the chicken and kebabs), rich and creamy (hummus and marinated feta) and freshness (the salads) and

Fragrant and Colourful – when it comes to food, we smell first then we eat with our eyes. Every single time without fail, someone comments on the smell when the meat is grilling! And the bright fresh colours always brings a smile to my face!

“All these dishes are made with everyday ingredients you can get from any supermarket. I think you’ll be surprised how many of the spices you already have in your pantry.”

You will be amazed how fast and easy it is to prepare this feast! This is what’s on the menu (click for the recipe):


How to throw an Israeli-SoCal mezze party

Summer mezze party at Amelia Saltsman’s home in Santa Monica.

(Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times)

Since my most recent trip to Israel, my favorite summer entertaining format has been salatim, Hebrew for “salads,” a do-ahead array of small cold plates, condiments and flatbreads that guests dip, scoop, spread, tear and combine to their hearts’ content. No courses to manage or food to keep hot, and only enough people to crowd comfortably around the table, so that all the food is within reach — and so is the conversation.

Salatim are a kind of mezze, the traditional selection of small savories like baba ghanouj, dolmas and kibbe, such as you’d find on Greek, Turkish or Lebanese appetizer menus. The Israeli version is an eclectic mix of mostly spreads and salad-y things from the tiny country’s many culinary traditions: North African, Druze, Bedouin, Arab, Russian, Iranian, Romanian and more. There are more than 150 cultures and ethnicities there, so almost anything goes — the defining principle is boundlessness. Salatim are a popular starter at grill restaurants, which often advertise all-you-can-eat assortments upward of 25 items.

25. Don’t worry, you won’t need that many small plates to create a decadent table. Even so, by using a mix of homemade and not — life should be easy for the host too — you’ll be amazed how quickly the number of offerings mount. The key is small a little bit of a lot of things goes a long way.

There are a few simple guidelines. Choose dishes that can be prepared ahead, will hold at room temperature and improve as they stand. Think about compatible foods that can be combined in countless ways or fill a pita. Include contrasting flavors, textures and colors: spicy, sour, salty, creamy, crunchy, earthy and bright. And take full advantage of flavorful summer produce.

On a recent afternoon when the thermometer topped 100 degrees inland and neared 90 in my Santa Monica backyard, I started with a cool, creamy labneh. A canvas for many foods, the tart yogurt guided my next choices. I added small bowls of spicy harissa, olive oil and za’atar (the Middle Eastern seasoning mix of wild thyme or hyssop, sesame seeds, sumac and salt) to the table. I made Israeli salad, labneh’s classic partner: diced ripe tomatoes, crisp Persian cucumbers, sweet red peppers, onion, kohlrabi and parsley, dressed with olive oil, lemon and salt.

Labneh is also the foundation of a terrific sandwich wrap that is the Druze contribution to Israeli street food. (The Druze are an Arab-speaking minority religious group about 120,000 live in Israel, mostly in the north. Druze-Israeli home cooking has become a popular food tourism destination.) At market stalls and roadside stands throughout Israel, you’ll often find a woman in a gauzy head scarf sitting behind a portable taboun, a convex iron griddle, turning out thin whole-wheat flatbreads called laffa, or “Druze pita” (there’s also an Iraqi white-flour laffa that’s more like a pocket-less pita).

Labneh is then smeared over most of one side of the laffa and topped with olive oil, za’atar, chopped parsley, diced tomatoes, hot sauce and red pepper puree. The whole thing is folded up into a sort of open-topped Middle Eastern burrito. Cool, spicy, smoky and chewy, it’s out-of-control good.

The fixings are easy additions to your table, but skip making the laffa. Instead, buy a freshly baked sangak, the Iranian 40-inch-long flatbread. (Although thicker and much larger, sangak more closely approximates the flavor and texture of Druze laffa than does lavash.) Cut the bread into wrap-size pieces, heat briefly in the oven, and add a fragrant stack to your mezze for people to do with what they will.

Boost the number of dishes with hamutzim, sours, that awaken the palate at Middle Eastern meals: briny green olives and home-cured or store-bought pickled cucumbers, tomatoes or beet-stained turnips, and hot pickled peppers referred to simply as harifim, “spicy things.”

Speaking of spicy things, fiery Moroccan and Tunisian cooked or raw salads are de rigueur in a salatim rotation. Taking inspiration from a Tunisian cousin, a few days before my party, I marinated raw carrots, cauliflower and fennel in a mixture of harissa, lemon, olive oil and caraway. Halfway between salad and condiment, the combination put me in mind of a Tunisian giardiniera. Best of all, any leftovers continue to improve with age.

Do something with eggplants, which are amazing right now — heavy, shiny and firm. At least once a summer, I make my mother’s Romanian fire-roasted eggplant salad. Spiked with garlic and lemon and fork-whisked to creaminess, it’s an ethereal kind of baba ghanouj. Fire-roasting is key fast, high-heat cooking keeps the flesh white while infusing smoky flavor. The process is a bit messy, so do this a day ahead, either directly on the stove burner or a hot grill.

Another hot-weather option to consider for your table: a refreshing ceviche from fresh, preferably local fish. (Pacific halibut, white sea bass or snapper are all good here.) To keep its flavor profile in sync with the rest of the menu, I give my ceviche a Middle Eastern edge with tart sumac.


What&rsquos the difference between Arabic recipes and Middle Eastern recipes?

This is, as with most things, open to interpretation. So to answer I will share how I classify them. For me, Middle Eastern recipes refer to dishes from the region known as the Middle East. These countries include Cyprus, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain Kuwait, Egypt and Libya.

Arabic recipes refer to dishes that are made by Arabic people (not all of the Middle East is Arab). Some of these overlap and some do not. For example, traditional Amazigh (Berber) dishes from Libya aren&rsquot Arabic or Iranian recipes are not Arabic dishes.

This is my own understanding and classification and its worth noting that this can change depending on who is presenting the dish and their own background.


Middle Eastern Mezze Recipes

According to The Oxford Companion to Food Mezze (sometimes spelled meze) an interesting word which came originally from the Persian maza, meaning "taste, relish".

A mezze is basically a banquet of food.

I have found a mezze a perfect way to introduce ethnic cuisine's to my friends. It's a fun and relatively stress-free way for me to enjoy their company. I like to keep it simple. I make the appetizers a day or two before. Most are better after the flavors have time to meld together - the exception being yogurt dishes which are best served fresh .

Here are pictures of some of my favorite mezze dishes

Moroccan Honey Spiced Eggplant, Moroccan Couscous Salad, Moroccan Tomato & Green Pepper Salad (taktouka), Grape Leaves with Egg & Lemon Sauce (dolmas and avgolemono) , Mashed Eggplant & Tomato Salad (zaalouk), Moroccan Yogurt Dip (spiced labneh). You can find all these delicious recipes below.

A meze starts with lighter dishes, such as fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, cheeses, olives and nuts. Then breads, dips, and salads are served followed by meat dishes.

A lot of mezze plates include foods that don't need much preparation. Many of the suggestions below (dried fruits, nuts, pickled vegetables, grape leaves, fruit pastes and tapenades, olives, cheeses and some breads) can be found locally in high-end supermarket chains and ethnic markets and online.

Grapes, pomegranates, orange slices, cherries, apple slices, peach slices. Feta and watermelon salad - quick recipe below .

Dried fruits such as dates, figs, plums and apricots.

Walnuts. Pistachios. Almonds. Cashews. Sweet Stuffed Dates .

Raw or pickled vegetables. Cherry tomatoes. Sliced cucumber. Radishes. Fresh herbs such as parsley and mint. Stuffed grape leaves with lemon and egg sauce. Steamed or marinated artichokes. Roasted peppers. Pepperoncini. Stuffed peppers.

A variety of cheeses. Quince paste. Fig and Walnut Tapenade.

Green and black olives. Olive Tapenade. Pickles.

Breads. Lavash. Naan. Pita. Sea Salt and Sesame Roasted Pita Chips - quick recipe below.

Baba ghanoush. Eggplant dips. Tabbouleh Salad. Shrimp and Caper Salad. Couscous salad. Falafel. Keftedes (bulgur meatballs). Pies stuffed with cheese or meats such as Spanakopita.

Lamb meatballs. Kabob meat, lamb, chicken pork or beef. Yogurt and mint sauce. Meat pies, such as a Kibbeh.

More pictures of mezze dishes

Baba Ghanoush, Lebanese Lamb meatballs (daoud basha), Persian Cheese and Walnut Dip (nan-o panir-o-gerdu). You will find all these delicious recipes below.

For a special occasion treat your guests to a Moroccan chicken b'stilla.

The best part about a a mezze is that there are no rules .

Today many regions have small ethnic groceries where foods can be found. Stores like Wegman's and Trader Joe's also have ethnic food offerings. Any ingredient or food product you can't find locally can be easily found online.

Another fun addition to your Mezze table would be these sugar coated fennel seeds known as "sonf". They are an Indian mouth freshener and are available from some spice companies and Amazon.


Ingredients

    For Homemade Cheese
  • 3 liter Milk
  • 3 tablespoons Lemon juice
  • 1/4 teaspoon Salt For Jibney Filling
  • 1/4 cup Feta Cheese , crumbled
  • 1 teaspoon Kalonji (Onion Nigella Seeds)
  • 1 teaspoon Black pepper corns , coarsely pounded
  • 2 Stalk Spring Onion (Bulb & Greens) , finely chopped
  • 1/4 cup Parsley leaves , finely chopped
  • 3 sprigs Mint Leaves (Pudina) , finely chopped
  • Salt , to taste For the dough
  • 1-1/2 cups All Purpose Flour (Maida)
  • 1 teaspoon Active dry yeast
  • 1/4 teaspoon Salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon Sugar
  • 2 tablespoon Curd (Dahi / Yogurt)
  • 1 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Lukewarm Water , as required For cream wash
  • 1/4 cup Fresh cream , whisked well

Elements of an amazing platter

This is the part of the process where you can use your imagination. The items that can go on a platter are endless. I usually opt for two types of hummus, which is so easy to do thanks to Lantana's delicious flavors of hummus. Other items that go on a hummus platter are:

  • Bread:Pita chips or homemade pita is a good option but you can also use crackers or lavash bread.
  • Fresh vegetables: Cucumbers and fresh tomatoes add freshness to the platter and they're great for dipping.
  • Dolmas: You can get prepared stuffed grape leaves at supermarkets. You can also make homemade dolmas if you prefer.
  • Cheese: Feta and labneh are great choices. Mozzarella balls also work well.
  • Marinated vegetables: Artichokes, sun dried tomatoes and marinated olives are a great combination for any platter.
  • Grilled vegetables: I love serving roasted red peppers on my platter. You can also serve roasted zucchini, fried eggplant, or even grilled asparagus.
  • Nuts: I always add a handful of walnuts to add a nice crunch to the platter. Be sure to try feta with walnuts. It's a truly great combination!
  • Bite size food: It's common to have some bite size foods such as falafels and meatballs.
  • Salads:Fattoush and tabbouleh are good additions to your mezze platter if you like serving salads. You can also serve some Turkish white beans salad (Piyaz): it's tasty and easy to make.

My Tried & True Tips

It is enjoyable to create your own Mediterranean party platter. You can serve it with wine or even chilled beer. It is entirely fuss-free and requires minimal cooking time.

Here’s what you need to keep in mind while creating a Mezze platter:

Will it be Vegetarian or Non-Vegetarian? The choice depends on the people you are serving the snacks. If it’s a mixed crowd or if you’re unsure of preferences, it’s recommended to go for a vegetarian mezze platter.

Since the appetizers are served on a single platter, vegetarians may not feel comfortable eating from the same tray in which meat is also served.

How Many Snacks: The idea of a snacks platter is to serve easy to eat finger food. It is not the display of your cooking skill. So try not to over-crowd the platter. One or two fulfilling snacks like falafel/kebab accompanied by dips, munchies, and fresh cheese/veggies is good enough.

Selection of Snacks: Try to serve snacks that compliment each other. Like hummus with crackers. Soft cheese with marinated olives or fresh fruits.

It is essential to have harmony among the various dishes in a mezze platter. Also, include snacks that are easy to eat (non-drippy, not huge pieces that become embarrassing to tear or require cutlery).

Keep it non-greasy: Nobody likes the sight of a calorie-loaded appetizer platter. Hence, it is crucial to keep your snacks platter a bit refreshing and non-greasy.

Try to include minimal deep-fried snacks, that too accompanied by loads of fresh produce such as – fruits, veggie sticks, cheese, olives, and a cooling dip.


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These classic pitas are made with whole wheat flour and can be enjoyed with a side of hummus or filled to make a variety of hearty wraps. These flatbreads originate from the eastern mediterranean, reaching into the middle east, and the recipes come from restaurants across america. Middle eastern stuffed flatbreads recipe, easy middle eastern fatoush salad with stonefire flatbread, recipe: You need it to scoop, dip and mop up that's why it's worth learning to make a few types of flatbread from different parts of the world. Lahmacun is a traditional middle eastern flatbread recipe that is also known as turkish pizza.

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This delicious recipe comes from our friends at yarra valley dairy and features their black savourine goats cheese. It is not too dissimilar from pita, naan, and other flatbreads that are often served as wraps or with dips. Copyright 2015 television food network, g.p. This deliciously easy smoky aubergine dip is perfect with warm flatbreads or pittas, or serve with other middle eastern dishes as part of a mezze. These flatbreads are ideal for those who like to entertain but are on a budget.

They did very well since this is a very common recipe in middle eastern cuisine, i figured i could find the right recipe proportions online.

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I thought it delicious with remember to check out my other middle eastern recipes (links above).

Bake them, scoop with them, and sponge with them at will.

Enjoy the lamb but don't fear the dough!

Lahmacun is a traditional middle eastern flatbread recipe that is also known as turkish pizza.

Enjoy the lamb but don't fear the dough!

You can eat gravies too with maneesh!

Enjoy the lamb but don't fear the dough!

Also i have used ready made za'atar so next time i should remember it does not need salt!

Khobz with kh sound made in the back of the throat.

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These tasty flatbreads are ideal for a for the middle eastern lamb.

Bake two or three flatbreads at a time for five minutes, or until the flatbreads are puffy and brown spots start to develop.

Copyright 2015 television food network, g.p.

This is my favourite flatbread recipe after trying out about 6 or 7 versions for my restaurant menu a few years ago.

That proved to be not so simple.

We started serving these with hummus or here's how to make flatbread:

Preheat oven 220°c fan forced.

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In fact, lavash is served with dips like hummus.

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These flatbreads are ideal for those who like to entertain but are on a budget.

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