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Kubba, with yogurt

Easy recipe and favorite for many ... It is famous in the Levant.... can be as a main dish with rice or alone as a garnish


  • Kubba (minced meat, coarse grit drenched with water, spices)

  • Padding kubba:

  • Stuffed with minced meat cooked with onions, oil, salt and spices and

  • placed with roasted almonds and pine

  • Yogurt

  • Maggie cubic solution with water

  • Basmati rice

  • Cardamom

  • Salt


  • 1.

    **Method of processing kubba ...

  • 2.

    Mixed the finely minced meat with coarse grit (soaked in hot water) with

  • 3.

    A little salt and spices in the meat shredder, and knead well to form the meat and grit to be cohesive

  • 4.

    ** prepare Meat stuffing ...

  • 5.

    Put a little oil at the fire and put an ample amount of onions and put

  • 6.

    Them salt and spices, and leave it a little to the fire, Then add the minced meat to the onion and put a little bit of salt and spices and leave the meat on the fire to be cooked ... turn it from time to time

  • 7.

    Then roast the almonds or pine and put it on the minced meat - after it matures - and stuffed kubba and composition as desired

  • 8.

    Now,, fry Kubba in oil is hot and heavy

  • 9.

    Prepare the yogurt by placing it on fire while continuing to move it to the boil and then we add Maggie melted in water on the yogurt and leave it on the fire a little

  • 10.

    Put a little of the starch with cold water and mix it well and then we put on the yogurt to be thickens slightly

  • 11.

    Poured the yogurt on the kubba and decorate it with nuts and dried mint

  • 12.

    We can be provided with basmati rice cooked and added to it a little cardamom or alone as a garnish

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