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    Arabic Bread (Khubz Arabi, pita)
    Flat, round bread, which can be easily split to make a sandwich, or broken apart and used as a utensil for scooping food
    Arayess
    Deep-fried lamb sandwich
    Ataif (gatayef, kataif)
    Small pancakes stuffed with nuts or cheese and doused with syrup
    Baba Ghanoush
    Char-grilled eggplant, tahina, olive oil, lemon juice and garlic purée – served as a dip
    Baharat (bjar)
    Arabic mixed spices
    Bamia
    Baby okra and lamb in tomato stew
    Baklawa (baklava)
    Dessert of layered pastry filled with nuts and steeped in honey-lemon syrup – usually cut into triangular or diamond shapes
    Basboosa
    Semolina tart soaked with syrup
    Bukhari Rice
    Lamb and rice stir-fried with onion, lemon, carrot and tomato paste
    Burghul (bulghur wheat, bulgar)
    Parboiled and dried wheat kernels processed into grain, used in tabbouleh and mixed with lamb in kibbeh
    Cardamom
    Aromatic spice, member of the ginger family, used to flavour Arabic coffee, yoghurt and stews
    Coriander (cilantro)
    Lacy, green-leaf relative of the parsley family with an extremely pungent flavour akin to a combination of lemon, sage and caraway.
    Ejje
    Arabic omelette
    Falafel
    Small deep-fried patties made of highly-spiced ground chick-peas
    Fatayer
    Pastry pockets filled with spinach, meat or cheese
    Fattoush
    Salad of toasted croutons, cucumbers, tomatoes and mint
    Foul (ful)
    Slow-cooked mash of brown beans and red lentils, dressed with lemon, olive oil and cumin
    Gahwa (kahwa)
    Coffee
    Haleeb
    Milk
    Halwa (halva)
    Sesame paste sweet, usually made in a slab and studded with fruit and nuts
    Hamour
    Red Sea fish of the grouper family
    Hommus
    Purée of chickpeas, tahina, lemon and garlic – served as a dip with Arabic bread
    Jarish
    Crushed wheat and yoghurt casserole
    Jebne
    White cheese
    Kabsa
    Classic Arabian dish of meat mixed with rice
    Kebab
    Skewered chunks of meat or fish cooked over charcoal
    Kamareddine
    Apricot nectar used to break fast during Ramadan
    Khubz Marcook
    Thin, dome-shaped Arabic bread
    Kunafi (kunafah)
    Shoelace pastry dessert stuffed with sweet white cheese, nuts and syrup
    Kibbeh (kibbe)
    Oval-shaped nuggets of ground lamb and burghul
    Kibbeh Naye
    Raw kibbeh, eaten like steak tartar
    Koshary
    Cooked dish of pasta, rice and lentils to which, onions, chillis and tomato paste are added
    Kouzi
    Whole lamb baked over rice so that rice absorbs the juice of the meat
    Kufta (kofta)
    Fingers, balls or a flat cake of minced meat and spices that can be baked or charcoal-grilled on skewers
    Laban
    Tangy-tasting sour milk drink widely used in cooking as a substitute for milk
    Labenah
    Thick creamy cheese, often spiced and used as a dip
    Lahma Bi Ajeen
    Arabic pizza
    Loubia (fassulya)
    Green beans cooked in tomato sauce
    Ma’amul
    Date cookies shaped in a wooden mould called a tabi
    Makloubeh
    Meat or fish with rice, broad beans and cauliflower
    Mai
    Water
    Mantou
    Dumplings stuffed with minced lamb
    Markok
    Lamb and pumpkin stew
    Mehshi
    Means stuffed – aubergines, courgettes, vine leaves or cabbage may be stuffed with a mixture of minced meat, rice and onions
    Melokhiyyah
    Green, spinach-like vegetable
    Mezze (mezza, meze, mezzah)
    The Arabic word for appetiser
    Mish mish
    Apricots
    Mouhammara
    Mixture of ground nuts, olive oil, cumin and chillis, eaten with Arabic bread
    Moutabel
    Eggplant dip made with tahina, olive oil and lemon juice
    Mubassal
    Onion pancakes
    Muhalabiyyah
    Silky textured semolina pudding served cold
    Musakhan
    Chicken casserole with sumac
    Mutabak
    Sweet or savoury pastry turnovers usually stuffed with cheese, banana or meat
    Najil
    Saddle-back grouper
    Rocca
    Aromatic salad green with a peppery mustard flavour, used in salads or mixed with hot yoghurt
    Sambusek
    Triangular pies filled with meat, cheese or spinach
    Sayyadiya
    Delicately-spiced fish dish served on a bed of rice
    Seleek
    Lamb and rice dish where the rice is cooked in milk rather than the juice of the meat
    Shai (chai)
    Tea
    Shaour
    Red Sea fish from the emperor family
    Shawerma
    A cone of pressed lamb, chicken or beef roasted on a vertical spit where the meat is shaved off from the outside as the spit keeps turning. Saudi Arabia’s most popular sandwich is Arabic bread filled with shawerma meat, salad, hot sauce and tahina
    Sheesha (hubbly bubbly)
    Pipe for smoking tobacco leaves or dried fruit through a water filter
    Shish Taouk
    Skewered chicken pieces cooked over charcoal
    Shourba
    Soup
    Snober
    Pine nuts
    Sukkar
    Sugar
    Sumac
    G round powder from the cashew family, used as a seasoning
    Tabbouleh
    Salad of burghul, tomato, mint and parsley
    Taklia
    Spice consisting of ground coriander and garlic
    Tahina
    An oily paste made from ground sesame seeds, used in hommus, moutabel and baba ghanoush
    Tamr
    Dates
    Taratour
    A thick mayonnaise of puréed pine nuts, garlic and lemon, used as a sauce or dip
    Um Ali
    ‘Ali’s mother’ is a pastry pudding with raisins and coconut steeped in milk
    Warak Enab (warak dawali)
    Stuffed vine leaves
    Yansoon
    Hot spiced tea, used for medicinal purposes
    Zatoon
    Olives
    Zattar
    Blend of spices including thyme, marjoram, sumac and salt

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  • #64512 Hozzászólás

    Habiba

    arab ételek

    Arabkonyha.lap.hu

    #64511 Hozzászólás

    én

    ja

    Talán annyi , hogy ha sétállgatsz az utcán vagy látsz egy étel nevet és nem tudod mi az itt emgtudhatod mi mit is jelent , vagy mibol áll . Ha nem, láttad volna ott a név alatta meg az , hogy mibol áll . Szerintem jó otlet .

    sárgabarack ja

    #64510 Hozzászólás

    Péter

    Ennek mi értelme van?

    Cukor,víz,sárgabarack,olajbogyó,vízipipa…

    Jellegzetes egyiptomi ételek :-)

    #64509 Hozzászólás

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    szakácskonyv

    http://www.thegutsygourmet.net/africa.html

    itt nagyon finom ételek , és elkészítési módjaik , sajnos angolul

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