Lebanese Food / Wine and Culinary Traditions

Lebanese Food / Wine and Culinary Traditions
Spring time always inspires me...

Friday, March 11, 2011

Chez Nada Saber , The Making of Bitter Orange Jam

Nada Saber and her husband started making mouneh and selling local traditional foods when their children encouraged them to sell their foods many years ago in a village fair. Instantly, they well received by customers! This paved the future to a small successful  family business. You can find them every week at the farmers' market, Souk el Tayeb, now located opposite the Beirut Souks in the open air tent area. I absolutely love the bitter orange product range and stock up every year. I suggest you do the same.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

could you please let us know what the other ingrediantes where in the rishta...i got the onion garlic..fresh coriander and dough..but what were spices..it looked like allspice? also she said adas ahmar ..which ii red lentil but they looked like the brown/green ones?..thank you