5 Arabic Pickles Recipe Ideas


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Arabic recipes are famous globally due to their taste and use of ingredients that give Arabic dishes an amazing flavor. Arabic food is also known for its delicious desserts, which are different than other types of cuisine.

Arabic pickles take a special place among Arabic recipes as food served before a meal. There are Arabic pickles for appetizers, Arabic pickles to include in main meals, and Arabic pickles to serve as Arabic desserts.

Arabic Pickle Recipe 1: Bawangiya

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Ingredients: 10 heads of garlic, salt, oil.

Preparation method: Peel the skin off the garlic head until you reach round bulbs at the bottom of each clove. Wash them lightly with water and put them in a jar with other ingredients. Close the jar tightly, shake it well making sure that all ingredients are mixed together then leave it for two weeks or more before eating if necessary.

To serve Bawangiya, take out one clove only each time whether after work or lunch break serving as an Arabic appetizer. It can also be included in Arabic main meals or Arabic desserts.

Arabic Pickle Recipe 2: Muntabak (stuffed Arabic pickles)

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Ingredients: Arabic pickles, 250g minced meat, one egg yolk, onion grated and blended with the meat, salt, and spices.

Preparation method: Mix all ingredients together well and make small balls from them. Put the Arabic pickles on a plate and put the Arabic meatballs inside each Arab pickle then close it fat enough to ensure that the Arabic stuffed pickles do not open while cooking. Fry them lightly in oil until they look brown then serve as an Arabic appetizer or include them in Arabic main meals or Arabic desserts such as Falafel which is one of the Arabic foods.

Arabic Pickle Recipe 3: Arabic pickles with tuna fish

Ingredients: Arabic pickles, Arabic tuna fish, lemon juice, salt.

Preparation method: Mix Arabic pickles with Arabic tuna fish then add the Arabic lemon juice and salt to taste. Serve as an Arabic appetizer or include in Arabic main meals or Arabic desserts after cooling down in the fridge for 30 minutes.

Arabic Pickle Recipe 4: Arabic Dumplings (#Aish_eb_na3em) filled with meat and vegetables

Ingredients for Arabic dumplings dough made of flour, water, yeast, oil, sugar, baking powder: 2 cups of flour, 1 teaspoon of baking powder, 1/2 teaspoon of sugar, 1 teaspoon of salt, yeast dissolved in water with Arabic honey added to it.

Ingredients for Arabic vegetables filling: Arabic tomatoes chopped, Arabic parsley fresh or dry, Arabic garlic cloves sliced thin and grilled until brown. Arabic basil leaves are optional.

Preparation method: Mix the dough ingredients together well then let it rest for 10 minutes before kneading and making small Arabic dumplings similar to the size of your grinder’s feeder tube (Arabic mahshi). Put them inside a colander and steam them for 30 minutes or put them in a pot filled with salted boiling water and boil them over high heat for about 5-7 minutes (be careful not to open the cover while they’re cooking otherwise they will collapse). Arabic dumplings are usually served as an Arabic appetizer or Arabic main meals.

Arabic Pickle Recipe 5: Arabic pickles with Arabic cheese

Ingredients for Arabic pickles filling: Arabic cucumbers sliced or Arabic radish cubes, Arabic chili pepper, salt, dried mint powder.

Preparation method: Put the Arabic cucumbers and/or Arabic radish cubes in a grinder together with other spices then grind them together well to make sure that all ingredients are mixed well enough to produce a smooth puree-like mixture that does not have any lumps. Serve as an Arabic appetizer only after cooling down in the fridge for 30 minutes because it is very hot. You can also eat it as an Arabic main meal or Arabic dessert.

The Arabic pickles recipes given in the Arabic article were for a specific target audience and may not be applicable to all Arabic countries. The Arabic recipe provided under this Arabic article is only informative and not a strict guideline to be applied in any way whatsoever. Please consult with your Arabic cook beforehand if need be.

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