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Ramadan Express

Ramadan Express

Ramadan Express

Ramadan Express gives you unique recipes everyone will love.  For your family, get-togethers, or to share with others.  These are delicious reciopes with a different twist or maybe something you have had at a restaurant and did not know how to make them, like spring rolls.

Ramadan Express contains over 85 delicious recipes. This starts out with Lentils and Spinach, vegetable soup, roasted pumpkin soup, and cream of mushroom soup. Then it moves on to things like Aleppo Salad, chicken salad, and a great salmon and prawn salad.

Next we move on to some special recipes like Roast potatoes with basil sause, potato salad, red onion salad, and more salads. The next section is grab and eat. Lamb spring rolls, spinach crescents, mini pizzas, kafta triangles, and Zeytoun Pane olive balls. The next recipes are definitely not grab and go, filling and full of flavor.  Recipes for African Jollof Rice with Lanb Cubes, Shawarma Chicken, and Roasted Fillet of Salmon with Saffron Rice.

Now we are only about 1/2 way through but I think you get the idea.  This is a great book for trying recipes you have not seen anyplace else.  The beautiful color pictures show how good the food looks and all of it looks delicious.

Lina Saad was born in Sierra Leone, West Africa. During the 1980s Lina attended Evangelical School in Beirut and lived through the Civil War, experiencing the severe stress the Lebanese went through at this time. In 1986, she joined her parents back in Sierra Leone until she completed her GCEs and then returned to Lebanon to graduate from high school. Lina graduated from Westminster College with a BA (Hons) in Hotel Management and established Alicia Restaurant in Warren Street, London.

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3 Comments

  1. This looks like a good cookbook. I’m a fan of cookbooks, and the recipes here sound intriguing. I’d definitely go for the spring rolls, too.

  2. This looks like a good cookbook. I’m a fan of cookbooks, and the recipes here sound intriguing. I’d definitely go for the spring rolls, too.

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