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Admin (Admin)

Saturday, April 08, 2000 - 09:57 pm Click here to edit this post
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Lizzie David (Lizzie)

Wednesday, September 20, 2000 - 01:53 pm Click here to edit this post
Tebeet (Iraqi dish) eaten on shabbat

Ingredients:
1 whole chicken with the skin
3 tbsps of tomato puree
2 tbsps of tebeet spices
2 tomatoes fresh/tinned
1 onion
salt
oil
2 1/2 cups of rice

Stuffing:
1 chicken breast or leg cubed
1 tbsp of tomato puree
1 tbsp of tebeet spices
salt
1/2 cup of rice

Method:
Soak the rice for 2 hours.
Chop the onions and tomatoes and saute in oil in a big ovenproof saucepan (large enough to hold the chicken). Then saute the chicken until browned on each side. Add the tomatoe puree, salt and enough water to just cover the chicken. Cover and boil for 40 minutes. After 40 minutes take the chicken out and remove some of the gravy leaving enough to cook the rice (3 1/2 cups), then add the rice and tebeet spices and cook the rice until it is almost ready.

Meanwhile mix all the stuffing ingredients together and stuff and sow the chicken.

When the rice is nearly cooked, bury the whole chicken in the rice making sure it is the breast side down. Cover it and place in the oven on a low heat for 2 or more hours.

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Haim salman (Haimsalman)

Monday, March 12, 2001 - 07:38 am Click here to edit this post
here is a recipe of Iraqi Haroseth for Pesah which is called: Silan:
dates without kernels. sugar, water and a clean piece of fabric and peanuts and nuts. you boil the dates in water for an hour then you pour them into the piece of fabric and let all the juice come out through it. then you pour the juice into the pot add sugar and let it be on a small fire for an hour. it is ready. when it is served you add the ground peanuts and nuts.

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Admin (Admin)

Wednesday, April 09, 2003 - 12:10 pm Click here to edit this post
We are now opening the recipe section of the site for possible inclusion of your own recipes.

To submit a recipe, please add your favorite recipe/s here. Selected recipes will be added to our recipe page at:
http://www.midrash.org/recipes

Please let us know the name and origin of your recipe.

Thank you.


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