Step into the vibrant and mouthwatering world of vegan Lebanese street food, where tradition meets innovation, and the rich flavors are cooked with a plant-based twist.
Lebanese street food is more than just a culinary experience.
It's a journey through the bustling markets and lively streets of Beirut, Tripoli, and across Lebanon.
Many consider this country the culinary capital of Middle Eastern food, where the aroma of spices has been mingling with the laughter of locals for thousands of years.
This recipe collection pays homage to the spirited nature of the Lebanese people and their deep love for exquisite cuisine made apparent through the variety of flavors found in the individual dishes.
It captures the essence of traditional foods, which have been thoughtfully reimagined with a vegan twist or are inherently plant-based.
This list has been accessed from the wider vegan Lebanese recipes collection which goes beyond the streets and into home-cooking.
Vegan Lebanese Street Food
Spinach Hand Pies
Warmed Fava Beans
Other recipes which are yet to be featured in the above vegan Lebanese street food recipes list, is the famous manoush, which is a zaatar pizza.
Knafeh is a famous dessert made of cheese sandwiched between two layers of pastry.
Sfiha are pastries that can be filled with an assortment of fillings.
Street coffee can easily be purchased from many vendors and convenience stores, it is common for folks to take a few minutes of leisure over a small cup of coffee.
Sambousek is small hand pie filled with either meat or vegetables, similar in nature to an empanada.
Jallab, a refreshingly cold molasses drink flavored with rose water and filled with pine nuts.
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