|The Food Consumer|
|by Christopher Ritson|
Food is a basic human requirement, but in our organized Western society, the infinite variety of foods available mean that we have to make a fasci...
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Soak bulghur wheat ... blend the raw Kibbee mixture. First each ... olive oil and bake, uncovered, in 350 degree oven for 1 hour or until thoroughly cooked.
Wash wheat three ... Smooth half of kibbee mixture in a ... spices, lower heat and cook until onions are translucent. Let cool before you fill the kibbee.
Blend cooked rice ... heat and add kibbee balls. Stir constantly ... finger shape into hollow egg shaped meatball. Close carefully so as not to collapse.
Grind meat through fine meat grinder, refrigerate. Soak cracked wheat in a bowl covered with water for 1/2 hour, then press out water from cracked ...
Soak wheat about 20 minutes in water. Drain off excess water. Add meat, onion and seasonings to wheat. Rub together for about 10-15 minutes or put ...
Wash and soak until soft; drain. In blender blend green pepper, onions, mint and all spices. Add this mixture to meat and mix all together with ...
Wash the bulgar ... half of the Kibbee mixture into the ... Serve as a main dish with salads, yogurt, or vegetables. Meat and Nut Filling recipe to follow.
Prepare filling by ... set aside. Prepare kibbee by adding drained ... cup of oil in top. Bake at 350 degrees for approximately 30-40 minutes until brown.
Using a food processor or meat grinder, pulverize fish thoroughly until it becomes very fine. Grind the onions fine. Add salt and pepper to fish and ...
Soak wheat 15 minutes in warm water; drain. Mix with meat, onion and spices. Add a little water to soften the mixture. Spray a 10 x 14 inch baking ...
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