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Egyptian Flavors by Dyna Eldaief

Ramadan Special

About our guest:

Dyana Eldaief is the author of Egyptian Flavors: 50 Recipes, easy-to-follow recipes that are rich with vegetables, flavors, legumes and meat. Dyna has appeared on the Middle East edition of the reality television cooking show The Taste. She is active on YouTube and Instagram and offers classes on her website.


Egyptian Flavors

50 Recipes


Dyna Eldaief 


About the Book:

This charming, pocket-sized collection of recipes is the perfect introduction to Egyptian cooking. From classic starters and breakfast dishes like ta‘miya (falafel) and fuul medammis (slow-cooked fava beans), to well-loved main meals such as stuffed cabbage leaves (mahshi cromb), and mouthwatering almond pudding and fritter balls soaked in syrup, Egyptian Flavors leads you on a wonderful discovery of this unique and delightful cuisine.



In praise of Dyna’s current book, Midwest Book Review writes “A charming pocket-size collection of recipes, this is a perfect introduction to Egyptian cooking … authentic, kitchen cook friendly, palate pleasing and appetite satisfying, the fifty recipes comprising Egyptian Flavors makes it a unite, desirable and unserved Ly recommended addition to personal, professional and community library Ethnic Cookbook Collections.”

Her previous book The Taste of Egypt: Home Cooking from the Middle East in a vibrant, accessible style and beautifully illustrated with full-color photography, celebrates a great culinary tradition.


Raw Footage of the Interview with Dyna Eldaief


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