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    A delicious, tangy combination of spinach, onions, black-eyed beans, herbs and dried limes for a quick and very healthy meal. I make it w/o meat and use TVP crumbs but meat can be added if desired. * Purslane, if not found at your green grocer or produce stand, is commonly found as a weed growing in your yard, particularly close to sidewalks. It's very high in vitamin C ** A dark, shrivelled dried lime commonly used in Middle East cooking. It can be found whole or ground in any market selling Middle East food.

    Recipe #478813

    A healthy, delicious and eye-appealing dish for all occasions

    Recipe #477388

    This is another "layered" (m'tubuq) rice dish from Iraq. It's a little work cleaning the fava beans but it can be done while watching TV. Very tasty! The recipe is a high source of protein with or without meat. I make it w/o meat (if you prefer meat, it should be lamb). Since I've never really measured, the amounts are approximate and I use a rice cooker but it's not necessary, just convenient. You can replace the fava beans with baby lima beans if fava isn’t available. Fava beans are so much tastier than lima beans, though. You should be able to find them at a produce market or Middle East grocery store. I buy the fresh and double peel them, i.e. remove the large cottony outer pod then remove the shell or skin around each bean. They are also available canned and ready to cook but I still take off the little thin shell around each one.

    Recipe #420841

    This is an Iraqi dish thought to have originated in Iran. It's tangy and sweet and is a special treat in my family. I have not included the directions for making the rice as I sometimes use a rice cooker and at other times I make it steamed the traditional way. Either way is fine. Sour salt, also called citric acid crystals looks like sugar and can be found in most stores. Careful, it is very potent. The weight of the apricots is a guess. It is one box or bag of dried apricots as packaged in the stores.

    Recipe #420605

    A wonderfully fragrant and tasty dish using fresh carrots, onion, spices and rice. It's a 1-pot dish and easy to make. It's especially delicious when served with dollops of tart plain yogurt.

    Recipe #420598

    The recipe I have is called mash m'tubuq or layered mung beans and rice in English. Mung beans are commonly known as bean sprouts in Chinese food but in this case, they're not sprouted first. I make it quite often and is a high source of protein though I make it w/o meat (meat can be used and should be lamb). This is my recipe but, since I've never really measured, the amounts are approximate and I use a rice cooker but it's not necessary, just convenient:

    Recipe #420012


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