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    Ohm Ali Receipe Question...

    CandyTX
    Sat Jun 16, 2007 12:21 pm
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    There is alot of um ali recipes on the web, traditionally um ali is made with a phyllo dough, and its served warm.

    Take a look at this recipe as well just to give you an idea
    Um Ali
    http://www.allinfoaboutmiddleeastcookery.com/um_ali.html


    Edit by Candy: Okay, that's weird... I posted a question, and someone edited my posted for the answer? That's really odd... and kind of disturbing *laugh* Thanks to whomever that was... I appreciate it! Ah... I was searching for "Ohm" Ali, thanks, that helps!
    chef FIFI
    Sat Jun 16, 2007 7:17 pm
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    OMG...that was me replying to your question, how that happened is beyond me....sorry about that...


    Um Ali is the same as Ohm Ali....its pronounced the same..it actually means Ali's mother.
    You cannot translate arabic into english letter by letter...so that is why there are a bunch of hummus, homus, hommus recipes, you see what I mean.
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