Hommus with meat and pine nuts - حمص مع اللحمة والصنوبر

The recipe of preparing hommus is already listed among my previous recipe. Now for the meat and pine nuts topping you'll need:
- Lean minced meat (1 cup)
- Pine nuts (about 1/3 cup)
- Olive oil (or vegetabl oil, which ever you like, about 2 tablespoons
- Finely chopped onions, about 2 tablespoons
- Salt & pepper to taste, and a pinch of allspice (optional)
In a skillet on medium-high, add oil and pine nuts. when the pine nuts start to brown, add the onions, mix and cook for about a minute then add the minced meat and mix them all together and keep cooking until the meat is fully cooked. Serve over the hommus along with pita bread.


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elisabetta said...

I absolutely have to try this!

by MAG said...

Hey Elisabetta!
Believe me you will not regret it ;)

Christie @ fig & cherry said...

Great photo! I can almost taste it just by looking at it ;)

Do you ever add a pinch of allspice to the meat? And is it lamb? I assume it is...

by MAG said...

Thanks Christie!
Yes I add a pinch of allspice to the meat, actually forgot to add that, sorry :( The meat can be lamb or lean beef, up to you, they both work.

Noor said...

Asalam Alaykum, This is one of my fav recipes to make, we love it. It looks great sis.

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

Looks delicious as always!

Noor said...

I have something waiting for you on my blog come on over :)

by MAG said...

Hey Noor, Glad you like it. And thank you for the award.

Jenn, thank you very much!

prettybaker said...

This looks so much better than the ones they serve at the restarants here!

by MAG said...

Hey Prettybaker, thanks a lot!

meeso said...

I am more than happy to have found your blog, I haven't been able to find a Lebanese food blog until now, I'm so excited... Everything is looking so delicious :)

by MAG said...

Thanks, Meeso!!! I am glad you like my blog, and I will do my best to keep posting good and useful recipes :D

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow something new and looks yummy. First time here, U have a nice and yummy blog.

by MAG said...

Hi Kitchen Flavours! Thank you very much :)

Ashrafieh said...

Good recipes, true to form, easy to make, and delicious to eat. The not-so-obvious impact is that it's healthy for you, but eat it for the taste, your good health will follow.

sumac, all spice, bulgar wheat, lean ground beef, parsley, mint, thyme, half an onion, hummus and you can make dozens of recipes :-)

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