Al Soussi: The Best Traditional Lebanese Breakfast (eggs, hummus, foul, Fatteh). Meet Ragi Kebbeh
A traditional breakfast is eggs in awarma baked in a clay skillet. The equivalent of the Anglo-Saxon eggs and bacon, except the fat here is lamb fat. Awarma is also used as part of the stuffing for kibbeh. A tablespoon of awarma adds meat flavor to a stew or pilaf, even if no meat is used.
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Following the recommendation of the CNN’s Best Breakfasts from Around the World, we went to meet the Soussi family. Raji Kebbe, the old man standing in the kitchen, and his cousin Ahmad el Soussi, welcome their guests from the early hours of the morning until the last minute of lunch has passed. They say try the foul (fava beans) at El Soussi, but that’s not the only thing they do… Come here for the hummus, fatteh, kawarma, bad ghanam and surely chicken liver.
Al Soussi: Lebanese Breakfast السوسي ، فطور لبناني تقليدي ، بيض ، حمص ، فول ، فتة ، كبدة