Yemeni fasoulia is a dish of mashed kidney beans cooked with onion, tomato, and spices, essentially a Middle Eastern refried beans.
Syrian fasoulia recipes are typically beans, meat, tomato paste, salt and pepper. I couldn’t resist letting a few more flavors sneak in this time.
This simple bean dish is based on recipes from Sudan.
Saudi Fasoulia is made with green beans and meat braised in a tomato sauce with spices like turmeric, cumin and baharat.
Fasoulia is a dish from the Arab world consisting of beans cooked in a tomato sauce. In Palestine they usually use green beans, with beef or lamb.
Fasoulia wa Roz
Fasoulia wa roz is a dish served all over the Arab world. This recipes is based on Lebanese recipes, and is made with beans and beef in a spiced tomato sauce, served over rice
Fasoulia bi Zeit
Fasoulia bi Zeit, literally “beans with oil” is a middle eastern dish of green beans braised with tomato.
Fasoulia is Arabic for beans. This is and Iraqi version of the dish, featuring lamb.
Fasoulia is Arabic for “beans”. This dish is based on a common Egyptian recipe, using onion, tomato, meat and spices along with the beans.
Kuru Fasülye Revisited
Kuru Fasülye is a Turkish bean stew.