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    This is adapted from 'The Arab Table' - May S. Bsisu. In the book, it is also subtitled as kabsa, but I wouldn't call it kabsa! This recipe looks daunting, but it really is pretty easy. Use whatever vegetables you have on hand. Feel free to half the recipe as this makes a lot! I did not use as much onions, or as much vegetables as I was running low. I also used normal baharat instead of baharat saudiya, as I didn't have the ingredients for that!

    Recipe #452324

    Use freshly grounded spices for better flavour. Nutmeg may be omitted for those of us who do not consume intoxicants! You can find the dried limes (loomi) from arab speciality shops.

    Recipe #452321

    Adapted from, 'The New Book of Middle Eastern Food' by Claudia Roden. This is a delicious turkish recipe, traditionally it is served over toasted pita croutons but I like to serve it over the middle eastern rice and lentil dish called 'mujadarra'. You will need to use a kofta recipe, or you can use 'Kofta Meshweya' (#451292) recipe which is what I use when I make this.

    Recipe #451471

    1 Reviews |  By umisa

    From the book, 'The New Book of Middle Eastern Food' by Claudia Roden. I like to make these into small meatballs, and cook it in the tomato sauce on my recipe 'Yogurtlu Kebab' with yogurt and rice!

    Recipe #451292

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