Traditional Middle Eastern Breakfast MEZZAHealthy Living
- Fresh baked Pita Bread
- Baba Ghannoush
- Foul Maddamas
- Hard Boiled Eggs
- Feta or white cheese made from goat milk
- Bowl of Olives, black and green
- Bowl of turnips and pickles
- Olive Oil for drizzling over foods
- Tomato Wedges and cucumber slices
- Zaatar or Thyme
- Fresh Jams with only natural sugars
- Tea or Arabic Coffee
Traditionally speaking all of these foods are eaten as dips with pita bread or with your hand. Utensils are usually not put on the table at breakfast. Some people even use the chunks of cheese as a substitute for bread and spread items such as hummus on it.
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