As part of its first collaboration with the Jordanian network Roya TV, cooking network Fatafeat is dishing out two brand-new cooking shows, that will provide plenty of unique recipes for food lovers. Fatafeat is a Middle Eastern food and lifestyle television channel operated by Discovery MEA.
Produced by Roya TV’s production team and filmed at its studios in Amman, Latt Wa Ajen offers viewers the chance to listen to experts (from various fields) who will discuss juicy topics with Roya TV’s regional celebrity Chef Dima Hijjawi, while she whips up an international dish while discussing more information about its tasty origins.
The concept of the new show Latt Wa Ajen is based on lively banter along with the cooking - the title translates into “flipping and kneading” dough, however, in Arabic slang, the phrase can also be used to describe back and forth chit chat. The other theme of the show is all about kneading the perfect dough, Chef Dima offers tips and tricks.
Meanwhile, the show 'Tabkha Alamiyyah' or International recipes presented by veteran Chef Daad Azar Abujaber, will give audiences food for thought, teaching viewers international recipes as well as educating them about the countries they originated from. Every episode, Chef Daad will demonstrate the simplest way to cook four dishes from one country along with a report on the eating habits and food traditions of the country.
“We’re delighted to announce our new partnership with Roya TV, bringing Fatafeat fans two unique cooking shows with even more new tips, tricks, and mouthwatering recipes to make their time in the kitchen a breeze,” said Nahla Elmallawany, head of content at Discovery MEA.
Latt Wa Ajen is premiering throughout August while the collaboration between Roya TV and Fatafeat in Tabkha Alamiyyah airs from September 3.