Your Lebanon Chef Feature: Mrs_Zaatar
Sara Rabah of Mrs_Zaatar brings her Palestinian-Danish background and experiences from living in different countries to her cooking. She shares video cooking tutorials and perfect dinner & dessert inspirations with recipes. We love that she shares Middle Eastern recipes in both Arabic & English for her followers!
- Instagram: Instagram.com/Mrs_Zaatar
Guest Recipe Features:
Q & A with Sara
Please tell us about yourself:
My name is Sara Rabah, I am Palestinian Danish. I am a wife and a mother of 2 girls and one boy. I was born in Dubai and lived there until the age of 7, after that my family moved to Lebanon, so I studied my high school in Lebanon. At the age of 18 I got married to my husband, and I moved to Denmark where he lives.
After learning the Danish language, I studied Health Secretary, I worked as a secretary in a hospital for a short period. Now I am a full time mom and a food blogger.
Where are you from:
I am from Lebanon .
Where are you currently residing:
I live in Denmark.
What is your favorite Middle Eastern dish to make:
Moghrabieh and grilled dishes.
Do you prefer traditional Middle Eastern dishes or modern/fusion Middle Eastern dishes:
I prefer traditional dishes, but I like to try modern Middle Eastern dishes.
What do you love most about cooking Middle Eastern cuisine:
I love how Middle Eastern cuisine contains multi ingredients at the same recipe, which are full of healthy benefits.
What is your favorite Middle Eastern restaurant:
Em Sherif Dubai ,delicious food and nice hospitality , additionally I fell in love with its luxury design
What is your favorite food blog:
My favourite food blog is www.thefeedfeed.com
What is a must have tool in your kitchen for making Middle Eastern food:
Food processor and dough maker.
What advice do you have for someone just starting to find their way around the kitchen:
Cook different kinds of food from different countries.
Make sure to read the whole recipe, and prepare all the ingredients before starting it.
Make your food with love and passion.
What nostalgic candy bar would you grab on walks to the local deken when you were a kid:
Thank you Yourlebanon.com for featuring me as a guest, hope the readers will like my recipe. – Sara Rabah