If you enjoy Spanish tapas and Greek cuisine and are looking to branch out, might we suggest exploring the related cuisine of Lebanon? Here, we’ve curated a selection of 15 classic Lebanese recipes for your enjoyment. Featuring everything from a rustic hummus to delicious donuts, there’s a little taste of something delicious for everyone.

1. Hummus Balila: Rustic, roughly textured and served warm, this is unlike the super-smooth dips most of us are accustomed to. (via Dirty Kitchen Secrets)

2. Lebanese Hushwee (Paleo): Spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves, hushwee is an ideal dish to throw together come fall. (via The Lemon Bowl)

3. Lebanese Lentil Spinach Soup: Cumin and lemon provide a dash of bright flavor to this lentil soup. (via Coffee and Quinoa)

4. Shish Taouk: Go ahead and toss out all your other skewered chicken recipes; this one’s a home run time and again. (via Partial Ingredients)

5. Healthy Vegan Falafel: Reach for this tasty recipe the next time you’re in need of a healthy meal in less than 30 minutes. In other words, you’ll be eating this every night and you won’t be sad about that at all. (via Gourmandelle)

6. Baba Ghanouj: A quick blitz in a food processor transforms roasted eggplant (with the aid of just a couple additional ingredients) into a delicious dip. (via Food Fetish)

7. Muhallabiya: Milk, corn flour, sugar and chopped pistachios are all you need to make this classic pudding. (via Red Panda Bakes)

8. Za’atar Flatbread: This beautifully seasoned-yet-simple za’atar-topped flatbread is delicious on its own, but even better garnished with tomatoes, pickled turnips, mint, arugula or labneh. (via Rose Water and Orange Blossoms)

9. The Avengers Chicken Shawarma: Who knew you need not be a super hero in order to successfully make shawarma at home? Save the day dinnertime with this streamlined version. (via Cinema and Spice)

10. Middle Eastern Date-Filled Cookies (Ma’amoul): Make a date to make these traditional spiced cookies. (via An Edible Mosaic)

11. Kale Tabouli: Stuff our not-so-traditional quinoa tabouli into pita for on-the-go enjoyment or serve the salad by the bowlful as a healthy, gluten-free meal. (via Brit + Co)

12. Marinated Yoghurt Cheese Balls (Labneh): You only need one ingredient (Greek yogurt) to make labneh at home, but a simple marinade tailored to your own tastes elevates this DIY cheese to a whole ‘nother level of deliciousness. (via Home Cooking in Montana)

13. Baked Batata Harra Fries: Spicy baked fries are served with a creamy eggplant-hater-converting baba-ghanouj-meets-labneh dip. (via Ciao Veggie)

14. Kibbeh: Bite into these bulgur-wheat-based fritters to reveal a highly seasoned meat filling — yum! (via The Cooking Doctor)

15. Lebanese Sugared Donuts: We’ll take a baker’s dozen of these fluffy, beignet-esque donuts. (via Rose Water and Orange Blossoms)

Have you ever experimented with Lebanese cuisine? Share your favorite dishes in the comments!