Old School Middle Eastern Recipes with Some Modern Day Twists

Recipes

Asparagus Fattoush

Asparagus Fattoush

This Asparagus Fattoush is proof that you can use whatever is in season or what you have on hand to make this beloved middle eastern salad. It is so fresh and the perfect addition to your Memorial Day Mediterranean Mezze Table. Along with some other […]

Tahini Ranch Romaine Salad

Tahini Ranch Romaine Salad

Say hello to this tahini ranch dressing slathered over romaine salad! Not sure about anyone else here, but more recently in quarantine, I have been leaning into some fresh greens. It could be because of all those borek, comforting rice dishes and middle eastern cookies….but […]

Hummus Bi Ajeen

Hummus Bi Ajeen

I know. When you read the title of this recipe “Hummus Bi Ajeen” it may leave some confusion. Let me explain. Hummus in Arabic means chickpea. So, when we refer to anything with chickpeas we call it hummus, even though it may not have tahini […]

Healthy and Quick Carrot Soup Recipe

Healthy and Quick Carrot Soup Recipe

Although the Midwest has been experiencing beautiful weather this past weekend, it’s nothing more Midwestern than to snatch away good weather and predict mid 40s and 50s for the coming week. Our carrot soup is a lovely recipe to help get you through this final […]

Manhattan Beach Cocktail

Manhattan Beach Cocktail

There is nothing better than sitting with a refreshing drink while the sun is shining and hearing ocean waves. For the past few years, I have had the luxury of living in the beautiful Manhattan Beach. When moving to LA, we chose this neighborhood to […]

Mulukhiyah

Mulukhiyah

The following guest blog post was written by no other than the hubs, Auddie, (or All Day, Auddie -if you recall). I think he did a pretty good job – maybe even good enough to quit his day job?? Just kidding! This recipe is delish […]

Vegetarian Makloobi

Vegetarian Makloobi

Happy Easter and new beginnings to you all. We hope everyone is staying positive and well during these times. As you may be able to tell, some of us at Three Teas Kitchen have been spending our time at home cooking away. We hope you’ve […]

Habia

Habia

Habia is a delicious Middle Eastern grain, similar to barley, that is versatile and can be served as side or main dish. I love it for the chewy texture and slightly nutty flavor. Not to mention it has many health benefits- vitamins, minerals and is […]

Nana’s Chicken Noodle Soup

Nana’s Chicken Noodle Soup

This chicken noodle soup recipe is super creamy, tasty, and hearty. Your kids will love it! With cardamom in the recipe, this is definitely a uniquely-flavored chicken noodle soup. Of course, Nana brought us this amazing recipe! Sick days were always a great time staying […]

Za’atar Spiced Popcorn

Za’atar Spiced Popcorn

This is the time of year when I really miss Chicago. St. Patrick’s Day weekend is coming up, and the whole city gets together to dye the river green and party. The festivity screams Chicago. Just like the many Chicago staples: Lou Malnati’s deep dish, […]