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Ingredients

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3 cups wheat- uncooked
1 cup chickpea- canned, rinsed and drained
1 cup beans- canned, rinsed and drained
1/4 cup rice- uncooked
3 tbsp currant- dried
3 tbsp pine nut
8 apricots- dried and cut
8 figs- dried and cut
8 figs- dried and cut
2 cinnamon sticks

Nutritional information

834
calories
189 g
carbohydrates
17 g
protein
5 g
fat
85 mg
sodium
0 mg
cholesterol

Ashure

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
    • 35 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

    Ingredients

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    For any dish to be good, it has to combine excellent taste with sweet compelling aroma and that’s exactly what ashure does. It comes with a delectable taste that leaves a beautiful smile on your charming face and you’ll surely not want to miss this mouthwatering dish whose wave is hitting Asia and the rest of the world. You don’t have to visit Asia to enjoy this special meal. You’ll cook it at the comfort of your home and you’ll see the difference for yourself after you have learned the steps.

    Health Benefits

    Ashure is a storehouse of multiple needed nutrients that enhance the lifespan of humans. It is rich, delicious and healthy for human consumption. It has wheat, a good source of energy and carbohydrate all around the world. Energy is one thing the body does not joke with because it assists it to run its everyday metabolism efficiently. The total energy need of the body system can be supplied via the consumption of this lovely recipe.

    Fat is also another nutrient component of this recipe. Fat, but not in excess, is good as it moderates the body temperature of humans and also help it run its everyday responsibilities at ease. Protein too, which is a bodybuilding nutrient component, is available in the recipe. Protein gives the much-needed vitality to humans and it is one of the few indispensable nutrient components most meals have.

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    How to make Ashure

    • Cover wheat with water in a large bowl, bring it to boil, remove from heat and soak overnight.
    • Drain wheat and add chickpeas, beans, rice, sugar, and dried fruits.
    • Pour in water to cover the ingredients and boil the mixture, stir at intervals until it is thick. Remove from heat and transfer to large serving bowls.
    • Cool down and refrigerate for 6 hours and garnish with pine nuts, fresh pomegranate seeds, groundnuts, and enjoy.

    Trivia

    Chickpeas were grinded and used as a substitute of coffee. Today, it is still used as a caffeine-free alternative and it tastes delicious for many people.

    Farida Najmi

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