Whether you’re looking for dinner ideas for your evening date, inspiration for tomorrow’s breakfast, or simply in need for an authentic Binyebwa recipe — you’ve come to the right place! I was blessed to have grown up in Uganda in a Lebanese household with lots of international friends. This exposed me to so many different cultural flavors and cuisines, and with my love of nutrition and cooking, I put together some of my favorite recipes! Check them out and give them a shot!

Potato-Egg Salad. A simple summer special salad made from scratch with ingredients you have in your fridge right now!

Cream of Mushroom Sauce. A smooth delightful topping that can go with any protein of your choosing! Especially great with grilled steak, salmon, or tofu.

Lebanese Mudammas Foul. A high-protein vegan meal made from lightly-cooked fava beans and chickpeas with a touch of garlic and lemon.

Lebanese Chicken Shish Tawouk. Along with the famous shawarma and falafel wraps, this is in the top three most scrumptious and garlic-filled street food in Lebanon. Vegan option is available here too!

Mama’s Chicken Wings. Found at the core of every Lebanese household is the secret ingredient that is found in this home special chicken wing recipe!

Béchamel-Stuffed Potato. Oven-baked potatoes stuffed to the brim with creamy béchamel sauce, peas, and diced carrots — this is a perfect side for a juicy steak.

Basic Avocado Salad. You can finally stop searching for a simple avocado salad that is soft on the extra flavors, but is also far from bland! This is a great side-dish that’s also a vegan option!

Stuffed Avocado Salad. A classic East-African version of a simple avocado salad with the perfect appetizing aesthetics! For vegans and all, this is a mouth-watering dish to start your day with.

Traditional Lebanese Hummus. Vegan, dairy-free, protein-rich, and high in fiber. These are just a few of the many health benefits of this Lebanese dip that’s won hearts across the globe.

Binyebwa/Groundnut Sauce. A traditional Ugandan special sauce that is packed with nutrients and flavor! Completely vegan, and can be served with any side of your choosing.

Fried Cassava Root . A snack that is found across African, Caribbean and Asian cultures alike. Simple and a vegan option, too!

Cassava Leaf Stew. A stew made of a leaf that is highly-toxic to eat, unless cooked! This recipe is a classic tradition for many African cultures, with a secret ingredient that makes the flavor pop.

Toum . Anyone that’s had a shawarma, shish tawouk, falafel, or any Lebanese wrap knows that the secret is in the legendary white garlic sauce.

Beetroot Potato-Egg Salad. An interesting and colorful twist to the traditional potato-egg salad, this creamy recipe is a summer special!

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