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KISHK LEBANON’S WINTER WARMER – Lebanon Traveler

Traditionally made in summer to be stored and consumed in cold winter months, kishk has a culinary history rooted in Lebanon’s...

Kishk, the warmth of Lebanese winter

Undoubtedly one of Lebanon’s delicacies, a product of thousands of years of culinary refinement, “kishk” equals the world’s most...

Maacaroun bi kishk

Maacaroun bi kishk combines dough balls cooked in kishk soup! Rich with carbohydrates and proteins, this soup is commonly prepared by...

Omayshe

  Omayshe is a typical recipe of the Shouf region. Although it looks like a very humble dish, it is very nutritious. The traditional...

Wild Mint and Kishk Salad (Meeykeh)

This recipe uses kishk as a main ingredient but also as a seasoning, similar to the use of grated Parmesan. Meeykeh is a traditional recipe...

Kishk Soup or “Kheshkiye”

Kishk soup is a nutritious soup consumed especially during winter. The soup can be served as a side with baked meat kebbeh. Alternatively,...

Kishk Turnovers

Fatayer kishk or mana’eesh b kishk are very popular in Lebanon and prepared in various ways. They are consumed usually over breakfast....

Preparing Kishk for winter

Under the mid-summer sun, kishk is spread and left to dry on white sheets on the rooftops of Lebanese villages, before it is ground into...