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Ingredients

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3 cups bulgur- fine
2 cup flour- all-purpose
6 tbsp oil
1 tbsp pepper- red and crushed
salt to taste
1 tbsp cumin- grinded
1 cup water
Filling
3 tbsp oil
2 onion- finely chopped
1 lb beef- grinded
1/2 tsp allspice- grinded
1/2 tsp salt- coarse
1/2 tsp cinnamon- grinded

Nutritional information

231
calories
22.3 g
carbohydrates
8.5 g
protein
12.6 g
fat
519 mg
sodium
17 mg
cholesterol

Kubbe

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

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    The fact that you’re here probably means that you are a foodie. It probably means that you are one on the lookout for the next best item to add to your meal list.

    Check this one out; it’s called Kubbe but it might as well be called a piece of heaven. It is such an exquisite meal with an amazing taste to match. On top of that, it is one really nutritious meal. So yeah, you can have it all.

    Health Benefits

    Flour is one of the ingredients of this recipe. It is a source of energy via it’s carbohydrate content and it gives the body the vitality it needs to function well and efficiently. Also the amount of protein in this recipe is right for the human body. Protein helps to build up the tissues of the body and also repair torn ones.

    Fat is also contained in the recipe. Fat ensures that the temperature of the body is under control. It also makes sure that the metabolism activities of the body system runs effectively.

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    How to make Kubbe

    • Mix in a bowl bulgur, flour, 6 tbsp oil, salt, red pepper, and cumin, water until a crumb of dough is got.
    • Heat 3 tbsp oil in a skillet. Cook onion for 3 minutes to make it brown, remove from oil, stir in the ground beef, season with allspice, cinnamon, salt, and pour in the fried onion and pine nuts. Remove from heat and allow to cool down.
    • Shape dough to walnut-sized balls, make hole in the balls and enclose the meat mixture, seal up the hole, freeze balls on baking sheets and move into freezer bags when balls become solid.
    • Heat oil in a saucepan, fry the balls till they turn brown, drain the oil and serve at once.

    Trivia

    Apart from black pepper which ranked as the most popular spice around the world, cumin occupies the second position.

    Zara Hamidi

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