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    1 Reviews |  By ummadam

    My sister-in-law taught me how to make this recipe. I have tasted it before, but didn't ask for the recipe because I thought that it would be very difficult to make. When I saw her making it though, I thought "hey, I can do that too!"

    Recipe #141172

    4 Reviews |  By ummadam

    This is an Iraqi recipe eaten by the poor people in Iraq since it is so simple, but the taste is kingly. It is a kind of soup/stew served over cut up pieces of large flatbread. You eat it with your hands and serve it with spring onion; you take a bite of the food and then a little bite of the spring onion (if you like). I am just trying to describe the way the Iraqi's eat it. The food doesn't look like it was served in a restaurant but believe me the taste is lovely!!!!! If you don't like the idea of bread, you can serve it with basmati rice.

    Recipe #141171

    3 Reviews |  By ummadam

    kofta eggplant rolls, i love making this dish and everyone in my household loves it aswel, i dont really know where this dish is from , but i learned it from my mom in law who is iraqi and she told me that a lot of arabic countries use this recipe.

    Recipe #141170

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