Forget About Cook Books and YouTube Videos, This Instagram Account Is Everything!

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To some people, cooking is an enjoyable process they’re passionate about. To other, it could be a nightmare and a total disaster, especially if you live solo! What two people cannot disagree on is that we all love food; at least that’s the case if you’re Egyptian. So whether you’re a good cook looking for more recipes to master or you just suck at it but you’re forced to go through the daily process of feeding yourself, don’t worry, this Egyptian guy based in Europe has the ultimate solution for you!

Via What’s Cooking

What’s Cooking, founded by Bassem Gad, is an Instagram account that basically replaces any cooking book or YouTube video with its simple step-by-step tutorials. Gad shares photos that will arouse your taste buds, but you’ll have to go through his Insta-stories or highlights to satisfy them. Every day, he posts easy tutorials using photos and videos with all the ingredients and steps that recipes are made of. And of course, after the 24-hour story is over, the finger licking good recipes go to the highlights section. So, don’t fret, you won’t miss out!

You’ll find recipes of culinary creations from all over the world, not just Egyptian cuisine. So, whatever your tastes and preferences are, your kind of menu for dinner tonight is guaranteed! Here are our favorite recipes; just make sure to check them out in the highlights for the full tutorial.

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AUTHENTIC special Paella recipe from Spain ! . When it comes to food Spain is most famous for this dish, it first originated from a Spanish city called Valencia where they use chicken and rabbit in their paella. This dish comes with a lot of history, and is full of flavors. . The paella I’ll be making is the seafood one. Paella is theoretically easy to make but it’s another story when it comes to its the actual practical application.. . It takes years to learn how to perfect this dish to get the authentic Spanish taste. The secret of the paella is held by all the Spanish grandmothers and old chefs. . I had the honor, during my stay in Spain, to learn from authentic Spanish cooks how to make the perfect Paella like a true Valencian. Stay tuned, you really don’t want to miss this one! . . #paella #seafood #spain?? #barcelona #catalonia #foodporn #foodblogger #foodblogger #recipecomingsoon #recipes #whatscookingg #ohmygad #cooking #homemade

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Batata Harra, Learn secrets to the art of grazing with this tasty recipe. These potatoes are incredibly popular in Lebanon and for a good reason. After my first bite, I was hooked, just try and stop yourself from eating more. Served with fresh coriander (cilantro) in a chili and garlic hot dressing. For this recipe your potatoes can be deep fried, which is the authentic way, or roasted if you don’t want to fry them. Why not serve these alongside some hummus, tabbouleh, or muhammar. Enjoy these Spicy garlic Lebanese potatoes. Check my highlights for all the recipe details, both in English and Arabic. #food#foodporn #foodshare #instagood #instagood #foodblog #foodblogger #recipe #recipes #recipeoftheday #lebanon #lebanon?? #whatscookingg #ohmygad #batata #batataharra #authantic #cooking

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Garlic bread is one of those old dishes that will never be out of fashion. Today I'll be making a French, and Italian version. The French version can be made in two ways, under the broiler (grill) or in a frying pan. The frying pan version is a little more indulgent with a toasty flavour and twice the butter. The Italian version is the cheesy one, you can make it without the cheese but people go crazy over this one. Garlic bread is a great easy to make starter guaranteed to wet everyone's appetite. What are you waiting for go buy a baguette now and get cookin'. Check my highlights for all the recipe details, both in English and Arabic. #recipes #recipeoftheday #foodblog #foodporn #foodblogger #foodshare #foodlover #garlic #garlicbread #mozzarella #parmesan #italy #france?? #egypt #spain #blog #whatscookingg #ohmygad #bread #cheese #garlic #shareyourfood

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WE SAID THIS: We’re ready for a food coma!

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