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What's your favourite dish

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guys im bored so i thought why not i start a random thread about food

my two favourite arab dishes are dolma/mahshi and maqlooba

but I am obsessed with making the dolma stuffing, like I just love the smell of it when you make it 

i love the cold sour ones aswell

and chicken maqlooba is the best

with potatoes

Related imageImage result for iraqi maqlooba

fee amanillah

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dolmaaaa is my favourite, always has been always will be, one day in sha Allah ill invite you over, I make the best dolma and koosah as well, its like mwah:woot:

also, lasagna, and my infamous mint soup. 

tbh I don't like it when some people put sultanas in the dolma, I like it soft and small like a pencil and just savoury with no sweetness.

I have a problem with making marqa though. 

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10 hours ago, Ruqaya101 said:

dolmaaaa is my favourite, always has been always will be, one day in sha Allah ill invite you over, I make the best dolma and koosah as well, its like mwah:woot:

also, lasagna, and my infamous mint soup. 

tbh I don't like it when some people put sultanas in the dolma, I like it soft and small like a pencil and just savoury with no sweetness.

I have a problem with making marqa though. 

Dw I will teach you hahah

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On 11/5/2018 at 10:15 AM, Ruqaya101 said:

dolmaaaa is my favourite, always has been always will be, one day in sha Allah ill invite you over, I make the best dolma and koosah as well, its like mwah:woot:

My grandmother cooks Dolmeh with fresh grape leaves and it become delicious.

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57 minutes ago, shadow_of_light said:

My grandmother cooks Dolmeh with fresh grape leaves and it become delicious.

yesss, I just make it with the grape leaves from the store, boil them so they become thinner and then seperate them, and put the stuffing inside so it becomes softer with the rice. How does your mum make it?

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Salaam

Keralite Biryani specially from Northern Kerala.They put Gravy at base of bowl and Rice above it and serve it on Banana leaf upside down out of bowl.All those spices on top of rice makes a unique taste.

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1 hour ago, Ruqaya101 said:

yesss, I just make it with the grape leaves from the store, boil them so they become thinner and then seperate them, and put the stuffing inside so it becomes softer with the rice. How does your mum make it?

They're very delicate, don't they break if you boil them?

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54 minutes ago, 2Timeless said:

They're very delicate, don't they break if you boil them?

haha I know, my mum always says I have delicate hands. when I first started they kept breaking, but then I just got used to it. took me around 2 hours to perfectly make them at first time without them breaking and rolling them very softly, but now im just used to it, takes me an hour. im just very gentle with it thats all

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3 hours ago, Ruqaya101 said:

yesss, I just make it with the grape leaves from the store, boil them so they become thinner and then seperate them, and put the stuffing inside so it becomes softer with the rice. How does your mum make it?

I think she cooks it in the same way you do.

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2 hours ago, realizm said:

Really ? I like it a lot :)

Yes...karafs (celery) is not delicious so Khoresh-e Karafs is not very popular.

Unlike khoresh-e karafs, ghormeh sabzi is very popular.

They are similar in appearance but different in taste.

This is khoresh-e karafs:

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSUSbHUOhUgC4JzUV4PsTf

 

This is ghormeh sabzi:

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSbad9xZg0Ves_SHPtq8cL

 

 

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On 11/6/2018 at 7:43 AM, shadow_of_light said:

Yes...karafs (celery) is not delicious so Khoresh-e Karafs is not very popular.

Unlike khoresh-e karafs, ghormeh sabzi is very popular.

They are similar in appearance but different in taste.

This is khoresh-e karafs:

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSUSbHUOhUgC4JzUV4PsTf

This is ghormeh sabzi:

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSbad9xZg0Ves_SHPtq8cL

They serve Karafs regularly at the Islamic centre, I guess half the attendees must be like :eat: and then :dry:

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On 11/5/2018 at 2:54 PM, realizm said:

Persian : karafs

 

On 11/6/2018 at 7:43 AM, shadow_of_light said:

Yes...karafs (celery) is not delicious so Khoresh-e Karafs is not very popular.

This is khoresh-e karafs:

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSUSbHUOhUgC4JzUV4PsTf

Celery Stew is inexpensive compared to other Iranian dishes, so Khoresh-e Karafs is very cost effective when you need to feed a lot of people. 

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2 hours ago, Hameedeh said:

 

Celery Stew is inexpensive compared to other Iranian dishes, so Khoresh-e Karafs is very cost effective when you need to feed a lot of people. 

Adas polo or Maash polo are more inexpensive and yet, more delicious.

http://www.thepersianpot.com/recipe/adas-polow-lentil-rice/

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