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Ingredients

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1 cup olive oil
1 lb beef- sliced
1 onion- chopped
4 garlic- minced and chopped
10 oz tomato paste
10 oz okra- thawed and frozen
2 tbsp water
1 tbsp coriander- grinded
1 tsp pepper- grinded
salt to taste

Nutritional information

366
calories
12.4 g
carbohydrates
16 g
protein
29.1 g
fat
1707 mg
sodium
33 mg
cholesterol

Bamia

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
    • 25 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

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    Bamia is nutritious and amazing in taste. It is made of beef and spiced by a number of sweet flavored spices like cumin, garlic, tomato paste to give you a perfect taste. It is loved and served in most Turkish homes especially when they have august visitors, because of its characteristic sweet flavor and delectable taste.  You’ll love to have this delicious recipe cooked in your house to complement your food varieties but then, you need to learn the basics. When you do, you’ll never stop asking for this highly delicious and nutritious meal and you’ll want to treat your friends with this enticing and delectable tasting bamia recipe. All you’re left to do is run through the steps below and you’ll have this meal prepared right there in your kitchen.

    Health Benefits

    This recipe is good for human consumption because of its many nutrient contents. It is rich in fat, calories, carbohydrate, protein, cholesterol, and sodium. Its regular consumption should be encouraged because it supplies virtually all the nutrient components the body needs to run effortless metabolic activities.

    Beef, one of the ingredients of this recipe, is a good source of protein. Protein is a bodybuilding food substance and it helps maintain the tissues of the body.

    Garlic, another ingredient of the recipe, has antioxidant properties and it guards against heart issues. That’s to say that it boosts the immune system of the body and this makes the immune system strong enough to combat diseases and disease-causing organisms.

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    How to make Bamia

    • Pour and heat oil in a saucepan, add salt, meat, onion, garlic, and stir continuously for 5 minutes. Remove meat from saucepan and keep it aside.
    • Stir in tomato paste, okra, water, coriander, pepper, cumin, and season it with salt.
    • Add the beef to Bamia, blend flavor, remove from heat and enjoy.

    Trivia

    People have been enjoying the delectable taste of coriander since 1550. It is one of the very few spices mentioned in the Bible.

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