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6 tomato- ripe, medium, cored and chopped
4 garlic- peeled and finely chopped
1 pepper- small, green, seeded and diced
1/3 cup oil
2 tbsp paprika
1 tsp kosher salt
1 tsp pepper- black and grinded

Nutritional information

42.16 g
9.62 g
75.31 g
2375 mg
0 mg


  • 30 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy



Get introduced to one of Asia’s darling – Matbucha. And there is a very good reason why it’s popular. The taste is unmatched and who doesn’t love to have a good taste of something? Who doesn’t love a good meal.

The fact that you are here and currently reading this means that you are not an exception. Good for you and the people around you who love food and are willing to try new cuisines and recipes. Now, continue reading and see how you can make this meal your own.

Health Benefits

Matbucha is delicious and healthy too. It contains protein, carbohydrates and a host of other nutrients beneficial to human health. Protein is a body building food substance that everyone needs for an improved health condition. Protein helps to build up the body system by replenishing the tissues of the body and also repair damaged ones. It gives the body the vitality it needs to stay healthy for a long period of time.

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How to make Matbucha

  • Cook and stir in a saucepan tomato, garlic and pepper on a medium heat for 10 minutes.
  • Pour in oil, paprika, salt, and pepper when the vegetables are soft but it is when the liquid has evaporated that the matbucha will be ready.
  • Serve at once.


Tomatoes are nutritious and edible but don’t try to eat their leaves because they are toxic and harmful to human health.

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