I seriously have a problem that I need to talk to you about.
I need to know if I’m alone in this.
If you feel the same as I do, please let me know and release me from my agony.
HERE IT IS
From the moment I open my eyes, sometimes even before I open them, I start thinking of what to have for breakfast. I get up and start making something to eat
Am I alone in this?
Probably this is why I have so many breakfast recipes on this blog.
Whenever we’re in the mountains for a couple of days, we go for hassle-free food options. A simple salad. Chopped seasoned vegetables roasted in the fireplace’s oven compartment. Man’oucheh. Pasta and a jar of sauce (of course I’ll add my touch to it). You get the point.
This time I went elaborate with canned food. Something as simple as a can of chickpeas and broad beans can be magically transformed into a delicious and filling breakfast by adding some cumin, smashed garlic, and loads of good quality olive oil!
This dish is known in our region as Fool Mdammas. It can be with or without chickpeas and each country has a special set of spices to go with it. Nevertheless, fresh vegetables and a bunch of mint and good bread are a mandatory set of sides. Sweet black tea is optional though, but its advised.
Now, what’s good to eat?
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