Cooking Arabic Food: All-Meat dishes
What you'll learn
- Master some of the most common Middle Eastern meat dishes
- Learn how to work with chicken, lamb, beef and fish
- Prepare dynamic and flavourful Arabic cuisine
- Cook an Arab-style meat dish for your friends and family or yourself!
- General knowledge of cooking is needed.
- Chopping, cutting, frying and other basic cooking skills
This course is designed to give you some very popular and special meat dishes from around Arabia. Fish, chicken or beef; in three sections you can explore the main courses that will be served on a lunch or dinner table in a Middle Eastern household.
From fish sauce, to chicken rolls; meat-stuffed-meat and the Arabian version of tomato meatballs. Meat lovers will find their recipes here from across the Arab World and passionate cooks will expand their knowledge base in Middle Eastern cuisine. Kebabs, lamb ribs, kofteh/kofta, shawarmah, "gyros" and plenty more of the common dishes you've probably heard of will be covered here.
My name is Aseel Arabia. I am a home chef, a freelance chef and a cook to large events and people all over the world. I specialise in pan-Arab dishes but most of all, the rich tastes and flavours that come from the Levantine. I hope this course will be easy for you to follow so you can replicate and share some of my lovely recipes.
Whether you're looking for Moroccan food, Saudi Arabian cuisine, Kuwaiti dishes or Lebanese food; this course has you covered and prepared for your next barbecue (bbq) cookout. This is part of a large series of cooking courses by Aseel Arabia entitled "Cooking Arabic Food." If you're keen to learn more, please do check out the courses listed under aseel arabia, please review and please make some delicious dishes.
Who this course is for:
- Arabic food lovers
- Middle Eastern cuisine lovers
- Chefs, chefs in training, sous-chefs
- Passionate cooks
- Meat lovers
Chef Aseel has cooked for over 40 years for private clients including royalty, dukes and duchesses. Revered as a specialist in Arab cuisine, she takes her influence from all over the region having lived in the Gulf Arab states, the Levantine Arab states and the African Arab states throughout her lifetime.