Molokhiya Recipe By My Style

Molokhiya Recipe By My Style

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Molokhiya Recipe By My Style
Yields6 Servings
Prep Time5 minsCook Time25 minsTotal Time30 mins

Molokhia is one of Egypt’s most popular dishes. Molokhia, the grassy-tasting, green vegetable soup made with minced Jute leaves which is nutritious and delicious over rice and chicken. It is a traditional Egyptian soup that was typically eaten by royalty in Ancient Egypt, but eventually became a very common food.

Molokhiyah – it is spelled in a lot of ways! – is basically the leaves of jute plant. It is very commonly used in cuisines in the Arab and North African region. The leaves in itself are slightly bitter and when cooked, gives a very slimy appearance with a fish-like smell. It is usually made into soup or stew and served with plain white rice. Even though this dish is more popular in Egypt, it has its variations across many Arab countries including Jordan, and even Cyprus too!

 500 g molokhia "jew's mallow" leaves
 200 g chicken breast
 1 medium onion
 7 cloves of garlic
 ½ tsp cumin powder
 saltto taste
 water

Ingredients

 500 g molokhia "jew's mallow" leaves
 200 g chicken breast
 1 medium onion
 7 cloves of garlic
 ½ tsp cumin powder
 saltto taste
 water

Directions

Molokhiya Recipe By My Style

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