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picture of recipeIraqi Style Qeema Timman Ou Qeema) Recipe
tomato sauce,    ground beef,    cinnamon,    chickpea,    onion,    salt,    water
flavorful meat dish traditionally served over rice {timman} and usually with bread
1   brown ground beef, make pieces small as possible.   2   add onions and salt to beef, brown a little more.   3   cover ...


picture of recipeIraqi Flat Bread Recipe Video by IraqiFoodRecipes | ifood.tv
yeast,    salt,    water,    flour
Watch this incredible video that shows a traditional way to make Iraqi flat bread. The video is extremely impressive and interesting making it a must...
GETTING READY   1.Place towel over basin and lea...


 
 
picture of recipeSimple Yet Elegant Babylonian Apricot Jewels Recipe
cashew,    lemon,    raisin,    apricot,    cream cheese,    sugar,    white wine
Created for RSC #6. Okay, I have a confession to make here. This recipe is not entirely my own original creation. I was discussing the contest over the phone with Sushiman, and being a fairly decent c...


picture of recipeIraqi Baked Dinner Recipe
tomato sauce,    tomato paste,    ground beef,    pepper,    allspice,    potato,    onion,    garlic,    tomato,    aubergine/eggplant,    salt,    water
This moussaka recipe originated from Iraq. Submitted for World Tour 3
1   Slice eggplants in half lengthwise then slice into 1/2-inch slices.   2   Spread slices on waxed paper or cookie sheet.   3   Sprin...


picture of recipeTruffles With Rice Recipe
corn oil,    truffle,    onion,    lamb,    salt,    rice
truffles are delicious and are popular in iraq, it is kind of cheap here, you can buy 1 pound of it for 10-15 dollars! and i'm not joking, it grows in the western areas of iraq, and most famous wa...


picture of recipeIraqi Shorbeh- Easy Lentil Soup Recipe
chicken stock,    pepper,    dried onion,    lentil,    salt,    water
this food is a staple in my house. you cant go wrong. its fast, incredibly easy, and healthy too. serve with toasted pita.
1   1. wash lentils.   2   2. fill pot with lentils and water, pepper and salt, ...


picture of recipeOur Iraqi timman - Rice Recipe
oil,    turmeric,    dried onion,    salt,    rice,    water
pretty much the base food for every meal that we cook. the hikaka at the bottom is an absolute must.. its an arab delicacy lol. note, if you try it, that the water amount probably isnt accurate. i don...


picture of recipeIraqi 'summag' Salad - Sumac Salad. Recipe
olive oil,    sumac,    onion,    tomato,    cucumber,    salt
This is a recipe for a very tasty salad using the Middle Eastern spice Sumac / Sumaq. In Iraq, it is lmown as Summag - hence the name Summag salad. It is easy to make comes fromm an Iraqi blog on the ...


picture of recipeMoxie's Crystallized Ginger Cookies Recipe
butter,    crystallized ginger,    bicarbonate of soda,    sesame seed oil,    cloves,    cinnamon,    dried ginger,    eggs,    salt,    molasses,    sugar,    flour
This was originally posted by my cyber-friend Moxie; I was lucky enough to rescue it during an 'adoption' drive. My suggestion for candied ginger is Evelyn/Athens' #140699 - absolutely del...


picture of recipeZucchini Frittata Recipe
olive oil,    sage,    pepper,    basil,    onion,    zucchini/courgette,    eggs,    salt
Iraqi omelet. The difference is that the omelet is taller, you slice it like a pie, and you cook it in a smaller fry pan. I'm putting in parenthesis how I made this for my taste.
1   Heat oil in a ...





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