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Trying Iraqi STREET FOOD for the FIRST TIME! First day in Iraq! GRAND BAZAAR FOOD TOUR!

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🇮🇶 BIL WEEKEND: 🤍 | 🤍 🧳 TASOS: 🤍 🌎 VISIT MY TRAVEL BLOG: 🤍 After over two decades of traveling the world, I’ve finally made it to my 92nd country, Iraq! Come with me as I kick off my time in this largely misunderstood country with an exciting Iraqi breakfast food tour of Baghdad, Iraq! I’d be joined by my guide Jafar from Bil Weekend, as well as my friend and fellow traveler Tasos. I couldn’t wait to eat some kahi (a phyllo dough pastry topped with a sugar syrup and a thick water buffalo cream called geymar). 📝SUBSCRIBE TO MY NEWSLETTER: 🤍 🌳 MY LINKTREE: 🤍 We’d be eating it at one of Baghdad’s most famous shops. The kahi was super hot, and the cream was really rich and thick. I loved the layers in it. It reminded me of a sweet and sticky paratha. It was nice and fresh, and crispy and crunchy, too! It was like a diabetic’s worst nightmare, but so tasty and filling! It’s often eaten during Eid, and usually isn’t eaten every day. They also brought us some piping hot Iraqi tea. It had a layer of sugar on the bottom. Then, we headed inside to see how they make these dishes! They use a stone oven to make bread and bake the kahi on large, circular pans before they douse them in sugar syrup. We quickly saw the Freedom Monument (Nasb-al-Hurriyah) in Tahrir Square in the center of Baghdad. It was built from 1058-1961 and symbolizes the Iraqi peoples’ strife against tyranny while paying homage to the country’s rich art history. Next, we headed to Al Rasheed Street, a famous street in downtown Baghdad, and then drove to a copper bazaar. We passed a lot of small cafes and street food stands along the way, as well as a beautiful mosque. Next to the Souq al-Saray market is Madrasa al-Mustansiriyya, a 12th-century school that taught three different subjects. In the Souq al-Saray market, we saw vendors selling scarves, street food, spices, perfumes, fruits, nuts, jewelry, games, and a chewy, flavorless natural gum. It comes from the sap of a tree! We stopped at a vendor selling aroog, or Iraqi kabab tawa. It was nice and oily and tasty! The friendly vendor also gave me some kebda, or liver sauteed with herbs. It was extremely tasty! Next door were beads used for prayers and further on, we found sweets, including Turkish delights! They had lots of different varieties, which contained nuts. They were very tasty. The sweets were too sweet, though! Next, we saw a shop selling lots of Evil Eyes and then we stopped at a shop selling some juicy and oily chicken inside sandwiches with tomatoes. Nearby was a man making falafel. He tried to give me one, but they were still boiling hot! Then, we headed to another spot selling a dish made from bread soaked in boiling fava beans, the beans themselves, tomatoes, and scrambled eggs on top. It’s called bagila bil dihin, which was an amazing, oily combination. Adding a pickled chili added a sourness and a spiciness that I loved! After that, I tried some chilies and watched some cooks make makhlama, which is scrambled eggs with lamb, tomatoes, and herbs. I loved how fresh it was! From there, we headed outside, where we found a vendor selling walnuts and a guy who offered us some water. On Al Rasheed Street, we found vendors selling dates, fish, walnuts, and vegetables. Some of the dates weren’t ripe, so they were still a bit hard! I learned that you’re never supposed to eat them in even numbers in Iraq! A vendor gave me some amazing but salty pickled ginger called torshi and then continued on to the copper market, Safafeer. Every shop here was a copper shop, but now there’s a mix. I saw lamb kebabs, liver kebabs, and more! We even saw a 100+ year old shop where everything was copper! He had antiques and new work, including lamps, plates, shoes, knick-knacks, and more! Where have you been? Subscribe Here! 🤍 Top videos! 🤍 Follow Me: + INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + MY BLOG! ► 🤍 Contact Me: +BUSINESS EMAIL ► david🤍godandbeauty.com #Iraq #Foodie #StreetFood #Travel About Me: My name is David Hoffmann. Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have traveled to over 1,300 destinations in 94 countries to experience and document unique cultures on my YouTube channel, travel blog, and social media.   I highlight culture and historical sites, but my passion is food! I love to experience and showcase the different flavors each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. Thanks for watching and subscribing!

INSANELY delicious FOOD in IRAQ! 🇮🇶

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Iraq food is some of the BEST food you will ever eat! 🇮🇶 This is a video about my favourite foods throughout the country in Baghdad, Karbala, Babylon, Chibayish and Basra! 🇮🇶 🎞 Instagram: 🤍 ❤️ TikTok: jaypalfreytravel 📚 Blog: 🤍 🌟 Doug: 🤍 🌟 Janet: 🤍 ✈️ Rocky Road Travel: 🤍 ✈️ Bilweekend: 🤍 ❤️ Thank you to my amazing Patreons for supporting this channel :) ❤️ Become a Patreon here: 🤍 🎶 Epidemic Sound - try it for FREE : 🤍 🏥 My Travel Insurance: 🤍?referenceID=ja... 🏠 $35+ OFF on your AIRBNB stay 🏠 AIR BNB DISCOUNT: 🤍 📨 jaypalfreycontact🤍gmail.com #streetfood #iraq #iraqfood

Iraqi food. Lamb fat breakfast Rich in energy, the most popular food in the streets of Iraq

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Beans with free fat It is a very famous Iraqi food in Iraq. It is said that it is Halawih of origin and origin, that is, from the province of Babylon. The Karbalais developed it and added to it the original flavor and taste and mastered in preparing it, to suit the authentic and distinguished Iraqi taste. How to prepare it Of course the ingredients are Dried beans - bread - fat free - eggs - lemon or preferably bitter orange - onions as needed The beans are soaked in lukewarm water for a whole day, then the beans are boiled for an hour and a half, after which they are left in hot water for two hours, for example, and they are peeled and left in a plate (attention not to throw away the excess water of the beans), after which the bread is cut and preferably light Iraqi bread, and soaked In the water of the beans a little so that it does not become a dough, then we transfer the free fat in the pan until it boils well, put the soaked bread in a dish and put the peeled beans on top, and then pour the free fat on it, here we hear the cries of bread, and this is a good sign that the dish is ready, then The eggs are slightly fried in the pan, turned over, and then placed directly on the bread and beans dish, then lemon is squeezed over it with a sprinkle of tanj (ground dry mint) and eaten with onions with the right hand 00:00 an introduction 00:30 an introduction 01:00 slicer 01:20 an 01:40 an 02:00 an 02:20 an 02:40 an 03:00 an 03:20 an 03:40 an 04:00 an 04:20 an 04:40 an 05:00 an

BAGHDAD STREET FOOD TOUR (5 Dishes for $15)

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🌍 GET 50% OFF MY TRAVEL HACKING COURSE by using discount code YOUTUBE: 🤍 ✅ SUBSCRIBE for more travel videos: 🤍 This is my final video from Iraq. I've had the time of my life traveling through this country and I hope you've enjoyed my stories here over the last 9 weeks. On my final day in Iraq, I met up with my long time Iraqi friend, Baderkhan, who you might know well from the many videos we shot together in Iraqi Kurdistan. We hit the streets of Baghdad (his hometown), and tried all of the best street food that the city has to offer! We were able to eat 5 dishes for just $15USD total, now that's a bargain! Little did we know how scary this video would be to shoot I left my passport in my hotel room (which is a BIG no-no in Iraq), so we tried to dodge the police the entire day. If you can remember last week, I was thrown into a police station in the marshlands for using my GoPro... Find out if we made it to the end without any police encounters! Also - it's with a heavy heart to explain that 24 hours after we shot this video, there was massive attack in the exact same market, on the exact same street, during the exact same time of the day. I was devastated to hear the news, and I couldn't believe our luck - we escaped it by just 24 hours. My deepest condolences go out to all of the loved ones that were lost in this horrible act, and I hope the city will return back to its glory days. Thanks again for watching my videos and I look forward to sharing my next stories in Dubai and Mauritania! Follow 🤍Drew Binsky for more stories from EVERY country, and join me on Insta! 🤍 #DrewBinsky #Baghdad #StreetFood 🌍 MY ULTIMATE TRAVEL HACKING COURSE just went live and you can get 50% off if you use the discount code "YOUTUBE!" (this offer is only valid for the next 48 hours). 🤍 I made this course so you can become a better traveler and save money it has all of my best travel tips, secrets and resources that I've learned from visiting 194 countries. 👕 Thank you for making these travel videos possible by supporting my clothing brand, JUST GO 🌎: 🤍 📱 TEXT ME, I will respond! +1 310 349 3854 ✈️ BOOK your next trip here: 🤍 👫 JOIN over 65,000 people in my FB travel community! 🤍 FIND ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ► IG: 🤍 ► FB: 🤍 ► Tik Tok: 🤍 👨🏻‍🦰 WHO AM I? I'm Drew Binsky and I am going to all 197 countries in the world. I make travel videos about people, culture and anything else I find interesting on the road. My ultimate goal is to inspire you to travel far and wide, because traveling is the best education that you can get and our planet is beautiful! How I find music for my Videos: - Tom Fox is a legendary musical artist: 🤍 - Musicbed: Elevate your videos with record-label quality music: 🤍 - Epidemic Sound - incredible royalty free music, free 30 day trial here: 🤍 MOST POPULAR YOUTUBE VIDEOS: ► He Is The Ice Man: 🤍 ► Tallest Humans on Earth: 🤍 ► Why is Everything Free in Pakistan?: 🤍 🙏 GET IN TOUCH! ► Website: 🤍 ► Email: drew (at) drewbinsky (dot) com ► Text: +1 310 349 3854

American in Iraq! 🇮🇶 Is it Safe? IRAQI STREET FOOD Completely Unexpected!!

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🇮🇶 BIL WEEKEND: 🤍 🧳 TASOS: 🤍 🌎 MY TRAVEL/FOOD BLOG: 🤍 📝 SUBSCRIBE TO MY NEWSLETTER: 🤍 In September of 2022, I traveled to one of the most misunderstood countries in the world, Iraq. You’ve probably heard a lot about Iraq and its people on the news, and you’ve probably developed certain opinions of them based off what you’ve heard. But what if what you’ve heard isn’t actually the case? For nearly two weeks, my buddy Tasos and I teamed up with our friends at Bil Weekend for an unforgettable trip through Iraq that took us everywhere from Baghdad, to the ruins of ancient Babylon, to the street markets of Mosul, to the culture-rich marshlands in southern Iraq. 📸 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 📱 TIKTOK: 🤍 🐦 TWITTER: 🤍 But what was it like on the ground? Was it dangerous? Was there violence in the streets? Did the people hate me or want to hurt me because I’m American? The answer to all of those questions is a resounding “NO.” In fact, it was quite the opposite. Everywhere I went, people were warm, friendly, and kind-hearted. They embraced me and Tasos from day one, enthusiastically wringing our hands, hugging us, and even hand-feeding us lots (and lots) of yummy Iraqi food! By the end of my trip, I was blown away by how wrong most people’s perceptions of Iraq are. This is not the awful, violent, scary place that some people want you to think it is. It may have its challenges, but Iraq is a gorgeous country, filled with some of the sweetest, kindest people I’ve ever met. Don’t believe me? That’s okay. Let me show you… Where have you been? Subscribe Here! 🤍 Top videos! 🤍 Follow Me: + INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + MY BLOG! ► 🤍 Contact Me: +BUSINESS EMAIL ► david🤍godandbeauty.com #Davidsbeenhere #Iraq #Baghdad #IraqiFood #DavidInIraq About Me: My name is David Hoffmann. Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have traveled to over 1,300 destinations in 91 countries to experience and document unique cultures on my YouTube channel, travel blog, and social media. I highlight culture and historical sites, but my passion is food! I love to experience and showcase the different flavors each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. Thanks for watching and subscribing!

The best street breakfast in Baghdad 🇮🇶

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In Al Rasheed street, in Baghdad, in Iraq, I find a Palestinian man cooking a wonderful omelet for my breakfast. My book (in English and in French): 🤍 also 🤍 Support the channel: Patreon: 🤍 PayPal: paypal.me/KinoYves Follow my journey: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #baghdad #iraq #breakfast

Iraqi food making kebabs from lamb is the most popular street food

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Kebab is a widely available food in Iraq and in general street food. It is prepared from minced lamb. In some places, lamb and beef are minced with fat using grilled skewers and grilled over charcoal or wood. In many countries, kebabs are called "grills". The origin of kebab is an Aramaic word. The origin of kebabs goes back to the famous Aleppo kitchen, where the people of Aleppo were the first to prepare kebabs. History records the people of Aleppo's fondness for many types of grills and their uniqueness with the types of luxurious kebabs that have spread in many countries. It has its own flavor in Iranian street food, for example, saffron is added to lamb and beef before grilling over charcoal. The varieties and seasoning methods of Turkish street food differ from city to city. There is Orfali kebab in Urfa, Antakya kebab in Antakya, and Sultani kebab in Istanbul street food. Kebab in Syria in general and in Aleppo in particular is distinguished by its unique taste due to the quality of the luxurious Syrian lamb with a distinctive taste and because of the good pasture where the city of Al-Bab in Aleppo and the city is famous for its fertile pastures that produce sheep and cows with luxurious meat, where the meat of these sheep forms the backbone of most dishes In the Halabi kitchen, including the famous Aleppo kebab, where the people of Aleppo prepare it in many ways, either without additives. And the mint and the mixture is destroyed and it is called kebab al-khakhsh. Kebabs are spread in various countries of the world, especially in the Middle East countries such as Iraq, Turkey, Egypt, Greece, Syria, Jordan, Cyprus, Lebanon, Palestine and Afghanistan The name kebab comes from the ancient Syrian Aramaic word "kababu", which means burning and charring. In the 14th century, the word was used to denote the method of grilling ground meat spherically in street food. The word shish kebab also refers to grilled cuts of meat that are grilled on a skewer (shish means skewer). In the Western world, the word is used to denote barbecue on skewers in street food, such as veggie kabob, which is a grilled vegetable, or corn-chicken kabob, which is minced chicken skewers topped with sweetened cornmeal that is grilled in street food. mix it up The mixture of kebabs in street food varies from country to country. In North American street food, roast lamb is covered in a sugary nutty sauce. In street food Greece and Turkey, kebabs are seasoned only with pepper and salt. In the street food of Lebanon, lightly greased lamb is purified to give it a special flavor and mixed with the meat. The Syrian street food is famous for the Aleppo kebab, which is very popular in many countries. The city of Aleppo is characterized by the types of Aleppo kebabs that are more and more diverse, and have their own mixture and distinctive delicious taste. its types Kebab or kofta, which is minced lamb meat with spices and some vegetables such as parsley and onions. In Lebanon, veal is mixed with lamb to impart a distinct creamy flavour. Shish kebabs are meat cubes stacked on a skewer and grilled over charcoal. Vegetables such as onions, peppers or zucchini can be added. In Syria and Palestine (disambiguation) pieces of fat are added from the tail of the sheep (the game) Vegetable kebab: It is a street food grill to cut vegetables such as zucchini, tomatoes, eggplant, onions and peppers of all kinds, red, yellow and green. Orfali grilled meat kebab with eggplant. Aleppo kebab. And parsley and garlic can be added to the mixture of minced meat for kebab, and it is called - in Aleppo - “kebab”. In Iran and Iraq street food, parsley is not added to the mixture. Sometimes sumac is sprinkled over kebabs, as in Syria and the streets of Iraq. Nutritional information for kebab kofta Kofta Kebab is prepared with meat, onions, chili paste, salt, cornbread and parsley. Yogurt and mashed tomatoes are used to prepare the sauce. According to the Shahiya website, a kebab meal contains approximately 150 grams of the following nutritional information

Iraqi STREET FOOD in the GRAND BAZAAR of Najaf, Iraq at NIGHT!

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🇮🇶 BIL WEEKEND: 🤍 | 🤍 🧳 TASOS: 🤍 🌎 VISIT MY TRAVEL BLOG: 🤍 After spending several days in Baghdad and exploring the ancient city of Babylon, my next stop was the city of Najaf. This city is the holiest city in Iraq, and it’s the location of the shrine of a ruler who was also a cousin of the prophet Mohammed! Najaf also lies along the pilgrimage route to the city of Karbala, so the people passing through get fed free food and water. I met some guys cooking a massive vat of chicken biryani. They gave me some hakaka, which is the crispy rice at the bottom of the biryani vat! I loved the ghee in it. 📝SUBSCRIBE TO MY NEWSLETTER: 🤍 🌳 MY LINKTREE: 🤍 The chicken biryani was full of flavor and had a nice mix of ghee, chicken, raisins, and crispy onions. It was so good! The experience was incredible and a wonderful thing to experience! Then, we started making our way to the Grand Bazaar and the shrine! Along the way, there were thousands of people making their way through the streets. In the bazaar, we passed jewelry and turban shops, including old and rings. Then, we found a sweet made from flour, ghee, walnuts, and sugar with a layer of cream in the middle called Daheen. It’s an invention from Najaf and you can’t find it anywhere else! They also had one without walnuts. It was really sweet! The one with walnuts was nutty and creamy, and I loved it. The buffalo cream was so good, but so sugary! Further on in the market was a man carving a large heart of a palm tree. It was so tasty and moist, and a little sweet! My second piece was a little dry and bitter, though. Then, we found a shop selling handmade Iraqi turbans. I wanted to buy a couple of different ones! I took off my shoes and entered the shop. I wanted a black one, and Tasos got a blue, red, and purple one. We sat down and the owner wrapped the turbans around our heads. He was so friendly and hospitable. I loved it! We looked like locals! Further on, we met some guys from Iran and stopped inside a jewelry shop selling prayer beads. The guys inside were so nice! We also found a fabric shop where everything is sewed by hand. Their sheep hair fabric took 2 months to make by hand and costs $500! It feels very different from the artificial version! We made it to the shrine. The entire area around it was packed! [INSERT SHRINE INFO] Toward the end of the bazaar, we stopped in a shop selling what is thought of as some of the best daheen in the city. It looked a little different from the one from earlier. It looked crumbly, crispy, and sticky. This one wasn’t creamy and didn’t have walnuts. It was also less sweet than the ones from earlier. The flavor reminded me of a less sweet version of baklava. What a way to end our night in the Grand Bazaar in Najaf, Iraq! Where have you been? Subscribe Here! 🤍 Top videos! 🤍 Follow Me: + INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + MY BLOG! ► 🤍 Contact Me: +BUSINESS EMAIL ► david🤍godandbeauty.com #Iraq #Foodie #StreetFood #Travel About Me: My name is David Hoffmann. Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have traveled to over 1,300 destinations in 94 countries to experience and document unique cultures on my YouTube channel, travel blog, and social media.   I highlight culture and historical sites, but my passion is food! I love to experience and showcase the different flavors each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. Thanks for watching and subscribing!

10 MUST TRY IRAQI FOODS

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Episode 111: The host Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) gives you the lowdown on the 10 Must Try Iraqi Foods. When you are traveling to Iraq, or perhaps planning to eat at a local Iraqi restaurants, there are so many traditional Iraqi foods to try. But the question is, what are the Iraqi foods you must try? What are popular Iraqi foods? Find out in this Iraqi food guide as you will learn 10 Iraqi Foods You Must Try! Please SHARE this video with others if you've enjoyed, and please SUB to my channel! #IraqFood #IraqiFood #IraqiCuisine #BestIraqiFood #TraditionalIraqiFoods #FamousIraqiDishes Become a financial supporter of Rockstar Eater Patreon: 🤍 SOCIAL Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 MY EQUIPMENT Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera: 🤍 Nikon D5500 DSLR Camera: 🤍 Joby JB01507 GorillaPod: 🤍 Pixel 50 Channels UHF Wireless Lavalier Microphone: 🤍 Manfrotto Compact Action Aluminum 5-Section Tripod: 🤍 Emiral Microphone: 🤍 49mm Multi-Coated UV Protective Filter: 🤍

Iraqi food making kebabs from lamb in the streets of Iraq

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Kebab is a food that is abundant in Iraq and is prepared from minced meat with fat using grilled skewers and grilled over charcoal. In many countries, kebabs are called “grills.” The origin of kebabs is an Aramaic word. The origin of kebabs goes back to the famous Aleppo cuisine, where the Aleppo people were the first to attend kebabs. History records the people of Aleppo’s fondness for many types of grills and their uniqueness with luxurious types of kebabs, which spread in many countries. It has its own flavor in Iran, for example, saffron is added to meat before grilling. In Turkey, the varieties and seasoning methods vary from city to city. There are Orfali kebabs in Urfa, Antioch kebabs in Antioch, and Sultani kebabs in Istanbul. The kebab in Syria in general and in Aleppo in particular is distinguished by its unique taste because of the quality of the luxurious Syrian Awassi meat with a distinct taste and because of the good pasture, where the city of Al-Bab in Aleppo and the city of Hama is famous for its fertile pasture, which produces sheep with luxurious meat, where the meat of these sheep forms the backbone of most dishes in the kitchen Al-Halabi, including the famous Aleppo kebab, where the people of Aleppo prepare it in many ways, either without additions. And mint and the mixture is destroyed, and it is called the poppy kebab. Kebabs spread in various countries of the world, especially in the countries of the Middle East, such as Turkey, Egypt, Greece, Syria, Jordan, Cyprus, Lebanon, Palestine (clarification), Afghanistan and Iraq. label The name kebab can be traced back to the ancient Syrian Aramaic 'kababoo', which means burning and charred. In the fourteenth century, the word was used to denote the method of grilling minced meat in a spherical shape. Shish kebab also denotes grilled pieces of meat that are grilled on a skewer (the word shish means skewer). In the Western world, the word is used to denote grilling on skewers, such as veggie kabob, which is grilled vegetables, or corn chicken kabob, which is minced skewers of chicken covered with sweetened corn flour. mixed it The kebab mixture varies from country to country. In North America, meat is covered in a sugary hickory sauce. In Greece and Turkey, it is dazzled with pepper and salt only. In Lebanon, lightly greased meat is purified to impart a special flavor and mixed with meat. Syria is famous for the Aleppo kebab, which is widely known in many countries, and the city of Aleppo is distinguished by the types of Aleppo kebabs, which are more and more diverse, and have their own mixture and distinctive delicious taste. its types Kebab or kofta, which is minced meat with spices and some vegetables such as parsley and onions. In Lebanon, veal is mixed with lamb meat to add a distinctive, creamy flavor. Shish kebab, which are cubes of meat that are stacked on a skewer and grilled over charcoal. Vegetables such as onions, bell peppers or zucchini can be added. In Syria and Palestine (clarification), pieces of fat are added from the tail of the sheep (the toy) Vegetable kebabs, which are grills for cutting vegetables such as zucchini, tomatoes, eggplant, onions, and bell peppers of all kinds, red, yellow and green. Orfali grilled minced meat kebab with eggplant. Aleppo kebabs. Parsley and garlic may be added to the mixture of minced meat for kebabs, so it is called - in Aleppo - “kebab ”. In Iran and Iraq, parsley is not added to the mixture. Sometimes sumac is sprinkled on kebabs, as in Syria and the streets of Iraq. Nutritional information for kebab kofta Kofta kebab is prepared using meat, onions, hot pepper paste, salt, cornbread and parsley. Yogurt and crushed tomatoes are used to prepare the sauce. According to the Shahiya website, the kebab meal approximately 150g contains the following nutritional informati 00:00 an introduction 00:30 an introduction 01:00 slicer 01:20 an 01:40 an 02:00 an 02:20 an 02:40 an 03:00 an 03:20 an 03:40 an 04:00 an 04:20 an 04:40 an 05:00 an

Baghdadi STREET FOOD MOUNTAIN and IRAQI FOOD MARKET TOUR! Exploring BAGHDAD Iraq

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🇮🇶 BIL WEEKEND: 🤍 | 🤍 🧳 TASOS: 🤍 🌎 VISIT MY TRAVEL BLOG: 🤍 My first day in Iraq continued in Baghdad’s Souq al-Saray, the city’s most famous indoor market. Come with me to the old town of Baghdad and let’s explore this incredible bazaar! Joining me were my friends Jafar and Ali from Bil Weekend, as well as my good buddy Tasos. Right away, we passed by vendors selling clothing, school supplies, briefcases, and some gorgeous leatherwork. I saw some beautiful wallets with intricate images pressed into them! 📝SUBSCRIBE TO MY NEWSLETTER: 🤍 🌳 MY LINKTREE: 🤍 I also saw some amazing belts, more wallets with Arabic script on them, leather keychains, purses, and more. Past the leather section were more books and school supplies. Then, we stopped by Kubba al-Saray to grab some lunch! In the small café, which dates back to 1930, I saw the making what looked like matzoh balls in gravy. There, we got the kubba saray, which is a grain ball that’s stuffed with lamb and minced onions and has a tomato-based animal bone broth poured on top. We also had bread, pickles, and more gravy on the side. It looked beautiful and tasted even better. I loved how moist and juicy it was. Adding a date sauce gave it a nice sweetness that was fantastic! I also liked the peppers and the bread that came with it! The proper way to do it is to take a piece of bread, open it up, and put the kubba saray, pickles, and date sauce inside. It makes a very nice sandwich! You can also dip the bread into the broth! Next, we headed to Al Shahbender Café, one of Baghdad’s oldest cafés. They have lots of old photos from the 1950s and ‘60s on the walls there. There, we got some lime tea, which is their specialty. It was incredible, and nice and hot. Then, I had some apple shisha and went into the kitchen to see where they make the coals for the shisha. Outside, we saw a vendor making fresh pomegranate juice, which was very tart but fresh and tasty. I liked the seeds in it. It woke me up! From there, we walked to the Tigris River and hopped on a boat to rake a ride down the river. We rode past part of Old Baghdad and part of the new part of the city, too. From there, we returned from where we came from and got a fig juice from the vendor. It was delicious! It was 3pm, so it was pretty empty out. In Iraq, the locals take a siesta during the hottest part of the day and then come back out in the evening. Then, we walked to the oldest juice shop in Baghdad. It dates back to 1900! We got a raisin juice, which was cold and refreshing. It was basically non-alcoholic wine! They also sell pomegranate juice. Both were some of the best juices I’d ever had in my life! I also got a sweet muffin, which was really tasty with the juices! Our tour of Baghdad continued for a late lunch/early dinner at a restaurant that was once a house dating back to 1939. The owner took me on a tour. In the back, they have terrariums with wild animals in them. He’s a wildlife activist. He has geckos, tortoises, snakehead turtles, snakes, lizards, and more. He also had Hermann’s tortoises and a green iguana! They’re beautiful animals! Then, in the kitchen, we saw them cooking kebabs and a tanoor bread called khubz tannour. I loved the sesame seeds in it! They also made dolmas, meat pies, fried fish, lamb fat, fried eggplant, and more! It was a huge platter of food! The lamb fat was charred and juicy, and the kubba mosul (meat pie) contained delicious minced lamb. I loved it with the pomegranate sauce! The chicken tikka had a smoky flavor, and the fried eggplant was delicious. I loved the aroog (kabab tawa) with pomegranate and the crispy and tender fried carp. The kebab was also super meaty! I ended with the dolma, which was made with chard and contained onions, tomato paste, and peppers. What a day! Where have you been? Subscribe Here! 🤍 Top videos! 🤍 Follow Me: + INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + MY BLOG! ► 🤍 Contact Me: +BUSINESS EMAIL ► david🤍godandbeauty.com #iraq #foodie #streetfood #travel About Me: My name is David Hoffmann. Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have traveled to over 1,300 destinations in 94 countries to experience and document unique cultures on my YouTube channel, travel blog, and social media.   I highlight culture and historical sites, but my passion is food! I love to experience and showcase the different flavors each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. Thanks for watching and subscribing!

Eating At The BEST Reviewed IRAQI Restaurant In Los Angeles... (5 STARS WOW)

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First time trying Iraqi food.... STREAM MY SONG: 🤍 Text me: 323-405-9940 FREE Spotify Playlist ► 🤍 FREE Apple Playlist ► 🤍 Join the #TAYLORFAM ►🤍 Last Vlog ► 🤍 MERCH ► 🤍 TikTok ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍 Instagram ► 🤍 Snapchat ► 🤍 FOLLOW JAKE: ► 🤍 ► 🤍 ► 🤍 Hi I'm Brennen. I've been eating food for 24 years. I'm basically a professional. Here is my Food Review: PO BOX: 3844 Chatsworth CA 91313-3844 Business email ONLY: MGMT🤍BrennenTaylor.com Brennen Taylor best/worst reviewed videos of 1 star yelp restaurants and businesses series and his newly beloved viral tikok life hack tik tok lifehack series.Family friendly pg clean

Iraqi STREET FOOD MOUNTAIN in Baghdad, Iraq!! The BEST Baghdad Falafels!

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🇮🇶 BIL WEEKEND: 🤍 | 🤍 🧳 TASOS: 🤍 🌎 VISIT MY TRAVEL BLOG: 🤍 With evening approaching on another day in Baghdad, my friends and I decided to head out on a nighttime street food tour of the city! My friends Jafar and Ali from Bil Weekend, and my travel buddy Tasos, and I started off at the Storytelling Monument, which is from Arabian Nights. It’s a collection of stories from the golden age of Islam, including the story of Aladdin! 📝SUBSCRIBE TO MY NEWSLETTER: 🤍 🌳 MY LINKTREE: 🤍 We drove to Karada Street, where there was a flurry of activity going on. There are shops, restaurants, butchers, and more there, along with lots of traffic. We walked to King of Dates, a shop that sells sweets, honey, date syrup, and souvenirs relating to dates! The owner was so kind and let us try some for free. I tried a madgooga, which is a date ball, that was coated in sesame seeds. It was sweet and nutty and tasted almost like chocolate. Then, I tried another madgooga with pistachios, and another delicious one coated in coconut. They were so sweet and delicious! The shop owner there was so kind and generous. He put together an entire bag of things to gift us. I wanted to pay for something, but he wouldn’t let me at first. But then he finally let me buy a jar of honey! As we continued down Karada Street, we found a coffee shop. It smelled amazing inside! They had tons of different varieties. But it was late, so I wouldn’t be having any. We continued on to Zaytoun Sweets, where they make a popular diamond-shaped Iraqi bread called samoon. They sell it fresh, and it’s so popular, they had a queue out the door! They cook it is stone furnaces. I got to see the whole process of them making it! There was also a kiosk outside selling five different types of coffee. Further on was a stand selling fresh potato chips with different flavors including chicken, barbecue, cheese, lemon, pepper, and more! You choose a bag and then they add the flavors you want. We got a small bag and got the vinegar & salt and barbecue flavors. The vendor added the flavors and shook up the bag. They were really fresh and tasty. The vinegar gave it a bit of a tingle! Finally, we stopped a t a shop selling falafel! They say it’s the best falafel in Baghdad! You get them in a sandwich made from samoon bread, and you can add amba to it. The falafels were crispy and made of chickpeas. It had a nice creaminess, and the lettuce and tomatoes gave it a really good fresh feeling. I also loved that the amba gave it a sourness and sweetness! What a way to end our night! Where have you been? Subscribe Here! 🤍 Top videos! 🤍 Follow Me: + INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + MY BLOG! ► 🤍 Contact Me: +BUSINESS EMAIL ► david🤍godandbeauty.com #Iraq #Foodie #StreetFood #Travel About Me: My name is David Hoffmann. Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have traveled to over 1,300 destinations in 94 countries to experience and document unique cultures on my YouTube channel, travel blog, and social media.   I highlight culture and historical sites, but my passion is food! I love to experience and showcase the different flavors each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. Thanks for watching and subscribing!

Middle Eastern Food Tour in London: Trying Iraqi breakfast in Park Royal 🇮🇶 🇱🇧 فطور عراقي

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Have you tried Iraqi breakfast?? It is WAY better than you might expect! There’s an area in West London where you can get the BEST Middle Eastern food in the city AND it’s where one third of all food produced in the city is made. Park Royal is Britains largest industrial zone. Over 40,000 people are employed there and over the years it has been home to some of the largest food companies in the world. Where we ate: Iraqi breakfast at Al Enam We tried Iraqi breakfast (Kahi and Qaymer) and Quzi, considered one of Iraq’s national dishes. Acton Business Centre, School Rd, London NW10 6TD Farran Café Fresh fish grilled right in-front of us. Acton Business Centre, School Rd, London NW10 6TD Kamil Bakery Manakish with za’atar and kashk, or dried yogurt. 7 Standard Rd, London NW10 6EX

First time eating IRAQI FOOD

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Zar Zor Restaurant Address: 12118 90 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5B 3Z3 Phone: (780) 224-2627 APPAREL HERE: 🤍 My ASMR CHANNEL LINK HERE: 🤍 MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL: QUANG TRAN 🤍 Follow me on INSTAGRAM 🤍 Support me on FACEBOOK 🤍 Follow me on SNAPCHAT: qtquang INQUIRES: qtran789🤍hotmail.com My PO Box: Quang Tran PO Box 70016 LONDONDERRY EDMONTON AB T5C3R6

Lunch... The Iraqi Way! الغداء .. على الطريقة العراقية

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Anthony Rahayel in Baghdad Episode 1, March 2022 . Instagram Stories Highlights: 🤍 . 🤍 . Youtube Playlist on Al Sumaria TV 🤍 . بعد أن جال مختلف أنحاء العالم العربي ودول العالم لمدة عشر سنوات ونال شهرة واسعة في عالم التذوق والمطابخ المختلفة ولا سيما طعام الشارع الذي يطبع كل بلد وحضارته، وصل المتذوّق أنطوني رحيّل والمدوّن وراء صفحة NoGarlicNoOnions إلى العراق. رحيّل يسعى إلى تسليط الضوء على الحضارات والعادات والتقاليد للبلدان التي يزورها من خلال المطابخ التقليدية والعصرية، و,ها هو يحط رحاله على شاشة السومرية التي سترافقه خلال جولاته في بغداد ومختلف محافظات العراق. "صمون وزعتر" اسم يجمع اشهى ما تذوقه في العراق وأكثر ما يحب أنطوني في المطبخ اللبناني، بلده الأم. في الحلقات المتنوعة يزور رحيّل مطاعم ومقاهي عراقية عديدة، شعبية وراقية، يركّز على طريقة تقديم الأطباق ونوعية المنتجات المستخدمة، كما يتذوّق الوصفات اللذيذة ويقيّمها. ليعطي للمشاهد صورة عامة وخاصة عن المطبخ العراقي الأصيل والأفكار العصرية التي دخلت إليه وطوّرته من دون أن يفقد الهوية الأساسية التي يتميّز بها. رافقونا خلال شهر رمضان المبارك في حلقات استكشافية خاصة ومنوّعة من المطابخ والمطاعم العراقية ضمن "صمون وزعتر" على السومرية. . "Welcome to those who believe in spreading happiness, to those who believe in the power of dreams, to those who believe in sharing joy, and who would like to join me in my exploration of this beautiful life." . Follow my Steps in Baghdad on google maps: 🤍 . . One week of discoveries, visiting Baghdad for the first time Enjoyed food at more than 52 different stops . Baghdad is the capital of Iraq and the second-largest city in the Arab world after Cairo. It is located on the Tigris near the ruins of the ancient Akkadian city of Babylon and the Sassanid Persian capital of Ctesiphon . Stories Vertical Video: 🤍 . Day 4 & 5: 🤍 Day 3: 🤍 Day 2: 🤍 Day 1: 🤍 . SUPPORT my mission: 🤍 . Subscribe: 🤍 . #AnthonyRahayel, #NoGarlicNoOnions Thank you for watching another video or live coverage by (انطوني رحيّل) "#Spreadinghappiness and #Sharingjoy" is what I do. . #Arabic, #French, and #English: My Channel Speaks 3 Languages. . . My mission is to show the Lebanese cosmopolitan culture through my eyes, to the world! Traveling around the globe, visiting Dubai monthly, I support small businesses and spot the next food trends. Travel blogging across the globe, showing you the world cultures from my perspective. . You can support my initiatives: DIRECT PAYPAL TRANSFER: 🤍 . JOIN my channel, and help me continue the journey, with a small monthly contribution: 🤍 . Follow my steps on Social Media: - FACEBOOK: 🤍 - INSTAGRAM: 🤍 - TWITTER: 🤍 - TIKTOK: 🤍 - LINKEDIN: 🤍 . . . #NGNO #Lebanon #Food #Dubai #Paris #LebaneseVillages #لبنان #TravelBlog #Mechwar #People #Happiness #Beirut #TourismVideos #NGNOdiscovers #السفر #الشرق_الأوسط #exploringfood #FoodVideos #Howitsmade #HappinessandJoy #Foodblogger

Jewish Iraqi Food - AMAZING Eating Tour of Ramla Market!

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►Follow David on Instagram: 🤍 and Facebook: 🤍 ►Subscribe - 🤍 ►T-shirts - 🤍 Among food lovers, Ramla Market is one of the best known places to eat. It’s located about a 30 minute drive from the center of Tel Aviv, and along with my friend David, we headed there one morning to go on an amazing food tour. Ramla Market is especially known for its variety of Turkish and Iraqi food influences, and it’s just an amazing food market. Halil Restaurant - The first place we stopped in Ramla is Halil, another legendary hummus restaurant. But even better than their hummus for me, I loved their musabaha, raw tahini with whole chickpeas. Total price - 60 ILS ($16.76) Prickly pear - Oddly, prickly pear which is originally from SW United States is very popular across Israel. The fruit vendor peeled me a prickly pear, which is full of seeds, but pretty good. Turkish burekas - One of the popular street food snacks at Ramla Market is Turkish burekas, a snack that’s also common throughout the Balkans. They were really amazingly good, a perfect salty cheesy snack. Price - 5 ILS ($1.40) per piece Naji Iraqi Restaurant - This is one of the highlights of the market for me, a family run Iraqi Jewish food restaurant. David explained to me that Iraqi Jewish food is so hard to find at restaurants because most people only make the dishes at home. There were definitely some dishes that I had never tried before, and it was an amazing meal. Total price - 200 ILS ($55.88) Again, big thank you to David, go check out his amazing food adventures: 🤍 *CAMERA GEAR* used to make this video (these are affiliate links): Main camera GH5: 🤍 Main lens: 🤍 2nd lens: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 I would love to connect with you! Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 T-shirts available now: 🤍 Thank you for watching!

Iraqi Okra and Meat Stew / Episode#35

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Iraqi Food - Is it any good? - الاكل العراقي - هل هو جيد؟

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In this travel vlog we show you many of the dishes we ate during our week in IRAQ. We also show some street food and we let you know our thoughts on Iraqi cuisine. Sadly, this is our last vlog in this series, but hopefully we'll be back! في مدونة السفر هذه ، نعرض لك العديد من الأطباق التي تناولناها خلال أسبوعنا في العراق. نعرض أيضًا بعض طعام الشارع ونعلمك بأفكارنا حول المطبخ العراقي. للأسف ، هذه آخر مدونة فيديو في هذه السلسلة ، ولكن نأمل أن نعود! Please follow us on Instagram: 🤍 ✅ Need to track your channel and boost your YouTube subscribers? Get a great discount here when you sign up for TubeBuddy: 🤍 👍TRAVEL INSURANCE is so important these days. "SafetyWing covers COVID-19 illnesses. They even cover PCR tests if deemed medically necessary by a doctor!" Sign up using our link today: 🤍?referenceID=undefined&utm_source=undefined&utm_medium=Ambassador 🎵 Need music for your content, 🔥60 DAY FREE TRIAL USING OUR LINK 🔥 when you sign up 🤍 Please LIKE and Subscribe to our channel, we're just starting out and would love to have your support. Please follow our journey as we visit some of the more unusual and unique destinations in the world and give you a more balanced perspective of countries that are often demonized by the media. يرجى الإعجاب والاشتراك في قناتنا ، لقد بدأنا للتو ونود الحصول على دعمكم. يرجى متابعة رحلتنا بينما نزور بعض الوجهات الأكثر غرابة وفريدة من نوعها في العالم ونمنحك منظورًا أكثر توازناً للبلدان التي غالبًا ما تشيطنها وسائل الإعلام.

Iraqi Qeema Najafi Recipe | وصفة القيمة العراقية النجفية | Iraqi Food

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Iraqi Qeema Najafi style! This is my aunts recipe. She is known for her delicious Qeema. You'll need even ratios of onions, chickpeas and meat. You can give or take with the ratio but I highly recommend you keep the recipe even for best taste. Ingredients: 1 kg chickpeas, soaked and cooked 1 kg lamb or beef 1 kg onions, chopped finely 1/2 cup tomato paste 2 tablespoons rosewater 1/4 cup saffron water 2 tablespoon Cumin powder Salt & Pepper to taste 3 whole dried lemons/limes 3 - 4 tablespoons dried Lemons/lime powder 1 tablespoon Nutmeg powder Olive oil for frying : مكونات 1 كيلو حمص منقوع ومطبوخ 1 كيلو لحم 1 كيلو بصل مفروم ناعماً 1/2 كوب معجون طماطم 2 ملاعق كبيرة ماء الورد 1/4 كوب ماء زعفران 2 ملعقة طعام كمون ملح وفلفل حسب الرغبة 3 نومي كامل 3 - 4 ملاعق كبيرة نومي 1 ملعقة كبيرة جوزة الطيب زيت زيتون للقلي Follow my Instagram: 🤍 Comment, Like, and Subscribe for more!

Exploring BAGHDAD at Night With an Iraqi Girl (Safe?) Iraq Travel Vlog شاب أمريكي يلتقي بفتاة عراقية

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In this vlog I meet up with my friend Safa in Baghdad to explore Iraq's capital city after dark! We talk about if Baghdad is safe at night and also get some amazing Syrian food! I have a LOT more videos from Iraq coming soon! Subscribe to the channel so you don't miss them! Our tour guides: Bil Weekend: 🤍 Rocky Road Travel: 🤍 THANK YOU FOR WATCHING Keep up with my travels! Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 MY EQUIPMENT: DJI Pocket 2 Gimbal Camera: 🤍 DJI Action 2 Camera: 🤍 DJI Mini 2 Drone: 🤍 All of my gear: 🤍 Music: Epidemic Sound. Get a 30 day free trial here! 🤍 Track: Steve Hartz - Never Get Old [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: 🤍 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 #iraq #baghdad #iraqvlog #visitiraq #visitbaghdad #baghdadvlog #realiraq #middleeast #solotravel #iraqtravelvlog #iraqifood #iraqi #iraqigirl #baghdadnights #syrianfood

Make a Burger Super Fast| Amazing Skills at iraq street food

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hamburger American food, but it is also present in the streets of Iraq and is often considered a fast food and has quickly spread all over the world until it has become one of the meals of globalization, consisting of a sandwich of meat or chicken in addition to ketchup, mayonnaise and vegetables, and eats with it fried potatoes and soft drinks such as Pepsi and Coca-Cola. Some American restaurants contributed to its publication, most notably: McDonald's, Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Hardee's, and these restaurants have become among the restaurants that are not without a city or capital in all the world. hamborgari amerískur matur, en hann er einnig til staðar á götum Íraks og er oft talinn skyndibiti og hefur breiðst hratt út um allan heim þar til hann er orðinn ein af máltíðum hnattvæðingarinnar, sem samanstendur af samloku af kjöti eða kjúklingi auk þess tómatsósa, majónes og grænmeti, og borðar með því steiktar kartöflur og gosdrykki eins og Pepsi og Coca-Cola. Sumir amerískir veitingastaðir lögðu sitt af mörkum til útgáfu þess, einkum: McDonald's, Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Hardee's, og þessir veitingastaðir eru orðnir meðal þeirra veitingastaða sem eru ekki án borgar eða höfuðborgar í öllum heiminum hamburguesa comida americana, pero también está presente en las calles de Irak y se suele considerar una comida rápida y se ha extendido rápidamente por todo el mundo hasta convertirse en una de las comidas de la globalización, consistente en un bocadillo de carne o pollo además de ketchup, mayonesa y verduras, y lo acompaña con patatas fritas y refrescos como Pepsi y Coca-Cola. Algunos restaurantes estadounidenses contribuyeron a su publicación, en particular: McDonald's, Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Hardee's, y estos restaurantes se han convertido en uno de los restaurantes que no carecen de ciudad o capital en todo el mundo. Hamburger Amerikanisches Essen, aber es ist auch auf den Straßen des Irak präsent und wird oft als Fast Food angesehen und hat sich schnell auf der ganzen Welt verbreitet, bis es zu einer der Mahlzeiten der Globalisierung geworden ist, die zusätzlich aus einem Sandwich mit Fleisch oder Hühnchen besteht Ketchup, Mayonnaise und Gemüse und isst dazu Bratkartoffeln und Erfrischungsgetränke wie Pepsi und Coca-Cola. Einige amerikanische Restaurants haben zu seiner Veröffentlichung beigetragen, insbesondere: McDonald's, Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Hardee's, und diese Restaurants gehören zu den Restaurants, die auf der ganzen Welt nicht ohne Stadt oder Hauptstadt sind. roti isi daging Makanan Amerika, tetapi juga hadir di jalan-jalan Irak dan sering dianggap sebagai makanan cepat saji dan dengan cepat menyebar ke seluruh dunia hingga menjadi salah satu makanan globalisasi, yang terdiri dari sandwich daging atau ayam sebagai tambahan. saus tomat, mayones dan sayuran, dan makan dengan kentang goreng dan minuman ringan seperti Pepsi dan Coca-Cola. Beberapa restoran Amerika berkontribusi dalam penerbitannya, terutama: McDonald's, Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Hardee's, dan restoran-restoran ini menjadi salah satu restoran yang bukannya tanpa kota atau ibu kota di seluruh dunia. hamburger bia Meiriceánach, ach tá sé i láthair freisin ar na sráideanna na hIaráice agus is minic a mheastar bia mear agus tá scaipthe go tapa ar fud an domhain go dtí go bhfuil sé anois ar cheann de na béilí an domhandaithe, comhdhéanta de ceapaire feola nó sicín sa bhreis ar ketchup, maonáis agus glasraí, agus itheann leis prátaí friochta agus deochanna boga ar nós Pepsi agus Coca-Cola. Chuir roinnt bialanna Meiriceánacha lena fhoilsiú, go háirithe: McDonald's, Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Hardee's, agus tá na bialanna seo tar éis éirí i measc na mbialanna nach bhfuil gan chathair nó caipitil ar fud an domhain. Hamburger Cibo americano, ma è presente anche nelle strade dell'Iraq ed è spesso considerato un fast food e si è rapidamente diffuso in tutto il mondo fino a diventare uno dei pasti della globalizzazione, composto da un panino di carne o di pollo oltre a ketchup, maionese e verdure, 햄버거 미국 음식이지만 이라크의 거리에도 존재하며 패스트푸드로 여겨져 순식간에 전 세계로 퍼져나갔고, 그 외에 고기나 치킨 샌드위치로 구성된 세계화의 한 끼가 되기도 했다. 케첩, 마요네즈, 야채, 튀긴 감자와 펩시, 코카콜라와 같은 청량 음료와 함께 먹습니다. 맥도날드, 버거킹, 켄터키 프라이드 치킨, 하디스와 같은 일부 미국 레스토랑이 출판에 기여했으며 이러한 레스토랑은 전 세계적으로 도시나 수도가 없는 레스토랑이 되었습니다. hamburger Amerikansk mat, men den finnes også i gatene i Irak og regnes ofte som en fastfood og har raskt spredt seg over hele verden til den har blitt et av globaliseringens måltider, bestående av en sandwich av kj 00:00 an introduction 00:30 an introduction 01:00 slicer 01:20 an 01:40 an 02:00 an 02:20 an 02:40 an 03:00 an 03:20 an 03:40 an 04:00 an 04:20 an 04:40 an 05:00 an

Iraqi food Free chicken kebab and chicken tikka in large quantities

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how do you make chicken tikka masala? The BEST part about this recipe and just like our Butter Chicken — you may already have these ingredients in your kitchen. If not, they are so easy to find in any grocery store, you won’t need to go searching high and low to find them! Authentic Chicken Tikka Masala is usually made with yogurt marinated chicken, skewered and chargrilled for incredible bbq flavours. For the sake of making this recipe much easier for us to make at home, we are using a skillet or pot to cook it all in, while still keeping those amazing flavours. chicken thighs or breasts We are still coating and marinating our chicken with an aromatic spiced Tikka yogurt, using chicken thighs instead of breasts for juicy and succulent results. Using thighs also cuts down on marinating time, needing only a minimum of 10 minutes to soak all of those flavours in! You CAN use breasts if you wish, but I suggest marinating them overnight for better results. This gives the yogurt time to tenderise them, yielding a better result when cooking over high heat. pot or skillet For the best charred results, use a well seasoned cast iron skillet if you have one. You can also use a regular nonstick pan over high heat. Searing your chicken in batches of two or three to avoid over crowding the pan helps fry or char (not burn) your chicken pieces instead of simmering in juices. The chicken will not be cooked through at this point because you are going to finish them in the sauce later on, absorbing ALL of the flavours of the sauce right into the meat for maximum flavour. Butter Chicken (Murgh Makhani) The BEST Slow Cooker Honey Garlic Chicken Recipe Crispy Cilantro Lime Chicken Recipe Grilled Chili Lime Chicken Fajita Salad Oven Baked Chicken And Rice Easy Creamy Chicken Marsala Easy Cajun Butter Chicken Breasts Creamy Garlic Chicken Breasts chicken tikka masala Jump to Recipe Print Recipe chicken tikka masala is so easy to make right at home in one pan with simple ingredients! This rich and creamy flavoursome Chicken tikka rivals any Indian restaurant! Why go out when you can make it better at home! With aromatic golden chicken pieces swimming in an incredible curry sauce, this Chicken Tikka Masala recipe is one of the best you will try! Pair it with our buttery garlic naan breads! Chicken Tikka Masala is creamy and easy to make right at home in one pan with simple ingredients!Full of incredible flavours, it rivals any Indian restaurant! Aromatic golden chicken pieces in an incredible creamy curry sauce, this Chicken Tikka Masala recipe is one of the best you will try! how do you make chicken tikka masala? The BEST part about this recipe and just like our Butter Chicken — you may already have these ingredients in your kitchen. If not, they are so easy to find in any grocery store, you won’t need to go searching high and low to find them! Authentic Chicken Tikka Masala is usually made with yogurt marinated chicken, skewered and chargrilled for incredible bbq flavours. For the sake of making this recipe much easier for us to make at home, we are using a skillet or pot to cook it all in, while still keeping those amazing flavours.

How to Make Iraqi Bread in Street Food

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Tannour bread is one of the types of bread that is made in the modern era in the clay oven and fire wood or gas tanoz. Villages and countryside were famous for preparing this type of bread, especially in Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Egypt, Libya and some areas of the Arabian Gulf. It depends on the abundance or scarcity of the season. iraqi food recipes ibiryo byo kumuhanda abincin titi manje nan lari తోపుడు బండి ఆహారం iraqi food recipes . How to make Iraqi bread in street food

Fantastic DUBAI Street Food TOUR 🇦🇪 | Shawarma + Iraqi Masgouf Fish + King of Kebab + Iraqi Baja

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Fantastic DUBAI Street Food TOUR 🇦🇪 | Shawarma + Iraqi Masgouf Fish + King of Kebab + Iraqi Baja In this video, you will watch a food tour in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Who among us does not know the Syrian shawarma with its special sauce and the thin bread makes its taste amazing and unforgettable, in addition to the crispy chicken with fried potatoes, the addition of spices to the potatoes and the crispy chicken makes the taste very amazing, as soon as you eat a meal of Syrian shawarma you will feel hungry and ask for more. On the other hand, you will be amazed as soon as you see how the Iraqi kebab is made and the way of grilling it on charcoal, and the Iraqi shawarma in the Iraqi Mosul restaurant in Dubai. They have their own way of cooking the most delicious foods, including the Iraqi Baja with Mombar and the very tender meat fall off the bones, they also have all kinds of Iraqi food, Among these famous dishes is Al-Quzi, and other delicious dishes. Once you are there, you can eat all Iraqi food dishes. Special thanks to: - Laffah Restaurant, Al Taawun Branch, Sharjah - Mosul Iraqi Restaurant Deira Branch Dubai - Laffah Restaurant, Al Qasba Branch, Sharjah Thanks for Watching and stay tuned for new videos! Help the channel grow by liking, commenting, and subscribing. If you want to join someone in our food adventure please share this video with your friends on social media. All material in this video is original and personally recorded by Street Foodaholic Channel on location. Copyright © 2022 All Rights Reserved. #kebab #shawarma #dubai

Iraqi food grilled whole lamb underground in street food

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Iraqi_food grilled whole #lamb underground in street food# Mandi is a traditional Arabic dish that was popular in street food among the people of southern Arabia, such as the Saudi regions of Asir and Jizan, and Yemen, such as Hadramawt and Shabwa, in eastern Yemen. It has spread throughout the Arabian Peninsula and various Arab countries such as Iraq, Jordan, Egypt, Syria, Palestine and the Gulf states in general. The idea of ​​the mandi or the zarb is that the lamb is cooked with heat, and the fat is dehydrated on the lamb and the rice that follows it from below. And the dish loses its appearance and taste) and it is seasoned with the additions before the appropriate time to start cooking, then a crossed skewer is hooked from the neck to the neck to hang upside down in the oven built underground and prepared for this purpose, provided that the fire of the oven is great and the flame has died in it and turned into a glowing ember, and a suit was made over it It is large in which is what is intended to be cooked of rice or grits with water and what is added to that. Then the ram is hung from the roof of the tandoor as mentioned, and the lid of the tandoor is burried in the dirt and left for three or four hours, and served in mansaf. #street_food In this way, the fat will dew from the meat at the top over what followed from the meat and flow down over the rice or the grits, and because this method is difficult and requires a long time and for a specific type of lamb that is not easily available with the fat it carries, people have devised many developed ways to present the mandi It is served from the most cut types of meat, not whole sacrifices, and is cooked in ovens of less size and heat, and rice or freekeh has been dispensed with on many occasions. The method of preparing food is by igniting firewood inside the barrel, and when it turns into embers, the whole or chopped lamb is placed inside the barrel over the embers.” Of course, with a metal basket, or wrapping the meat in tin foil, and then closing the barrel with its lid. Then, sand or dirt is placed over the lid parallel to the surface of the ground. Then, the tight closure of the barrel prevents the entry of air, which causes the fire to be extinguished and the intense heat remains, so the lamb is roasted by high heat, and it must be ensured that there is no outlet for air to enter so as not to help the fire ignite and the burning of meat and rice inside. 00:00 Intro video 00:20 Intro video 00:40 Lamb chopping 01:59 Light the wood and clean the meat 01:20 an 01:40 an 02:00 an 02:20 an 02:40 an 03:00 an 03:20 an 03:40 an 04:00 an 04:20 an 04:40 an 05:00 an

Iraqi PILGRIMAGE FOOD in Ancient Babylon! FREE FOOD on the Road to Karbala!

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🇮🇶 BIL WEEKEND: 🤍 | 🤍 🧳 TASOS: 🤍 🌎 VISIT MY TRAVEL BLOG: 🤍 With my time in Baghdad at an end, at least for now, I headed off to explore the ancient city of Babylon! Come with me as I take to Babylon and to have some more incredible Iraqi food! Babylon is located only 90 minutes from Baghdad by car. But first, we’d get a free breakfast! Roughly 1400 years ago, there was a battle in Karbala, and people were starving. So now, Iraqi people make a pilgrimage from Baghdad to Karbala to commemorate the battle, and free food is given out along the route! 📝SUBSCRIBE TO MY NEWSLETTER: 🤍 🌳 MY LINKTREE: 🤍 Vendors along the road offered a lentil stew (which was gone by the time I got there), as well as a fava-bean-and-lamb stew called fasolia. It was delicious and came with some delicious khubz tannour, which is a flatbread made in a tanoor oven. The chucks of lamb were excellent. It was nice and fatty, and the beans were nice and al dente. Next was some Iraqi chai, which was also very nice. I loved it! What a great way to experience a cultural and culinary tradition. They give out free food for 20 million people for three weeks every year! Finally, we got back in the car and rode toward Babylon. After 90 minutes, we arrived in Babylon! Our first stop was the Palace of Saddam Hussein, which he built to resemble the famous Hanging Gardens. Just beyond the palace is the ancient city. It’s 4,300 years old and is also the place Alexander the Great died. It dates back to 3000 BC! We’d have a local guide named Mekki show us around Babylon. Its name translates to “Gate of God.” It consists of three cities built on top of one another. Alexander the Great died in the second version of the city. We also saw where it’s thought the Hanging Gardens once stood. The inside of Saddam’s palace was huge. He built the palace at this height to be on the same level of the Kings of Babylon. Carved into the outer walls are patterns of the Arabic letters for “SH.” There’s lots of great acoustics inside! Then, because we had VIP access, we headed through the kitchens and up to the master bedroom. It was massive but very dusty, as it’s been abandoned since 2003. Up on the roof, we could see all of Babylon, including the Euphrates River. Then, we drove to the Ishtar Gate, the most famous symbol of Babylon. It’s a bright blue gate named after the goddess of love. But it’s actually a replica! The original gate is currently in a German museum. Through the gate is a map of Iraq, as well as old foundations, the Street of Procession, and the Southern Palace. The palace has 600 rooms and was the administrative center and was also built for defensive purposes. Then, we got exclusive access to a part of the city that’s off-limits to most visitors. On the walls are the same dragon animals on the Ishtar Gate. They all face north, which is the direction the king comes from. We also saw Ninmakh Temple, which is made of mud, and the Lion of Babylon statue, which symbolizes the greatness of Babylon. It was discovered in 1776. Next, we saw the Throne Hall where Alexander the Great died! Ten minutes later, we arrived at a restaurant that specializes in a rice dish called quzi. Then, we tried some pomegranate yogurt, hummus, baytinijan, turshi, and olives before visiting the kitchen where they were making kebabs, beef & chicken shawarma, and chicken! The shawarma was so juicy and fatty! The quzi was amazing. I loved the biryani rice and the tender lamb. It was perfect! Eating it with the bread and pickled vegetables was unreal. We also had fasiola yabsa (white bean stew), bamia (okra stew), and tepsi baytinijan (eggplant/tomato stew). I loved eating it with my hands! Finally, we finished with some Iraqi chai with cardamom and sugar! Where have you been? Subscribe Here! 🤍 Top videos! 🤍 Follow Me: + INSTAGRAM ► 🤍 + FACEBOOK ► 🤍 + TWITTER ► 🤍 + MY BLOG! ► 🤍 Contact Me: +BUSINESS EMAIL ► david🤍godandbeauty.com #Iraq #Foodie #StreetFood #Travel About Me: My name is David Hoffmann. Since starting David’s Been Here in 2008, I have traveled to over 1,300 destinations in 94 countries to experience and document unique cultures on my YouTube channel, travel blog, and social media.   I highlight culture and historical sites, but my passion is food! I love to experience and showcase the different flavors each destination has to offer, from casual street food to gourmet restaurant dining. Thanks for watching and subscribing!

Iraqi food making kebabs from lamb in the streets of Iraq

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Kebab is a food that is abundant in Iraq and is prepared from minced meat with fat using grilled skewers and grilled over charcoal. In many countries, kebabs are called “grills.” The origin of kebabs is an Aramaic word. The origin of kebabs goes back to the famous Aleppo cuisine, where the Aleppo people were the first to attend kebabs. History records the people of Aleppo’s fondness for many types of grills and their uniqueness with luxurious types of kebabs, which spread in many countries. It has its own flavor in Iran, for example, saffron is added to meat before grilling. In Turkey, the varieties and seasoning methods vary from city to city. There are Orfali kebabs in Urfa, Antioch kebabs in Antioch, and Sultani kebabs in Istanbul. The kebab in Syria in general and in Aleppo in particular is distinguished by its unique taste because of the quality of the luxurious Syrian Awassi meat with a distinct taste and because of the good pasture, where the city of Al-Bab in Aleppo and the city of Hama is famous for its fertile pasture, which produces sheep with luxurious meat, where the meat of these sheep forms the backbone of most dishes in the kitchen Al-Halabi, including the famous Aleppo kebab, where the people of Aleppo prepare it in many ways, either without additions. And mint and the mixture is destroyed, and it is called the poppy kebab. Kebabs spread in various countries of the world, especially in the countries of the Middle East, such as Turkey, Egypt, Greece, Syria, Jordan, Cyprus, Lebanon, Palestine (clarification), Afghanistan and Iraq. label The name kebab can be traced back to the ancient Syrian Aramaic 'kababoo', which means burning and charred. In the fourteenth century, the word was used to denote the method of grilling minced meat in a spherical shape. Shish kebab also denotes grilled pieces of meat that are grilled on a skewer (the word shish means skewer). In the Western world, the word is used to denote grilling on skewers, such as veggie kabob, which is grilled vegetables, or corn chicken kabob, which is minced skewers of chicken covered with sweetened corn flour. mixed it The kebab mixture varies from country to country. In North America, meat is covered in a sugary hickory sauce. In Greece and Turkey, it is dazzled with pepper and salt only. In Lebanon, lightly greased meat is purified to impart a special flavor and mixed with meat. Syria is famous for the Aleppo kebab, which is widely known in many countries, and the city of Aleppo is distinguished by the types of Aleppo kebabs, which are more and more diverse, and have their own mixture and distinctive delicious taste. its types Kebab or kofta, which is minced meat with spices and some vegetables such as parsley and onions. In Lebanon, veal is mixed with lamb meat to add a distinctive, creamy flavor. Shish kebab, which are cubes of meat that are stacked on a skewer and grilled over charcoal. Vegetables such as onions, bell peppers or zucchini can be added. In Syria and Palestine (clarification), pieces of fat are added from the tail of the sheep (the toy) Vegetable kebabs, which are grills for cutting vegetables such as zucchini, tomatoes, eggplant, onions, and bell peppers of all kinds, red, yellow and green. Orfali grilled minced meat kebab with eggplant. Aleppo kebabs. Parsley and garlic may be added to the mixture of minced meat for kebabs, so it is called - in Aleppo - “kebab ”. In Iran and Iraq, parsley is not added to the mixture. Sometimes sumac is sprinkled on kebabs, as in Syria and the streets of Iraq. Nutritional information for kebab kofta Kofta kebab is prepared using meat, onions, hot pepper paste, salt, cornbread and parsley. Yogurt and crushed tomatoes are used to prepare the sauce. According to the Shahiya website, the kebab meal approximately 150g contains the following nutritional informati 00:00 an introduction 00:30 an introduction 01:00 slicer 01:20 an 01:40 an 02:00 an 02:20 an 02:40 an 03:00 an 03:20 an 03:40 an 04:00 an 04:20 an 04:40 an 05:00 an

FIRST IMPRESSIONS of IRAQI FOODS (ft. Drew Binsky)

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Sign up here to reserve your Free Limitless Polaroid Tee gift with Serengetee! Early access starts 12/7. 🤍 Learn more about Serengetee: 🤍 This was my second time traveling to one of my favorite areas of the world, Iraqi Kurdistan! During my first trip it was amazing to be able to see off the beaten path places like Iraq that are so rich with culture but it was also really lonely. I can now say that I’ve made about 90% of my friendships through social media, one of my best online friends being Drew Binsky. Even though we had never met in person, Drew and I bonded over our love of adventure and our shared goal of traveling to every country. Drew only has 6 countries left and even though the 2020 lockdown has slowed him down, he hasn’t let that stop him sharing more inspiring stories from around the world. Drew and I were coincidentally both in Turkey before we came up with the spontaneously to travel together, for the first time, back to Iraq. In this video we hit the old city streets of Erbil to try as much street food as possible. After trying everything from kebabs to sour ice cream, we discovered the full range of sweet to sour flavors here in Iraq. Sign up for my FREE book preview & you'll receive 3 crazy stories from my adventures to EVERY COUNTRY in the world. Check it out: 🤍 Check out Drew's Youtube Channel: 🤍 To see my adventures in real time, follow me on Instagram: 🤍 My Music: : 🤍

Iraqi Food: GOAT HEADS, TESTICLES, BRAINS, AND EYES | Sulaymaniya, Iraqi Kurdistan

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Get paid to shoot food videos: 🤍 Free $45 AirBnb credit for your next trip: 🤍 Learn how I started traveling full-time at 19: 🤍 Get featured on Food Explorior: 🤍 Follow us on social media: YouTube: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 #Iraq #IraqiFood #Goat

Trying IRAQI FOOD for the First Time! | Iraqi Food Reaction

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Episode 72: The host Steve Cha (aka Rockstar Eater) takes you on a journey of the food from Iraq. Steve tries Iraqi cuisine for the first time at Akkad Mediterranean & Iraqi Grill in Glendale, which is the only Iraqi restaurant in Los Angeles, serving authentic Iraqi food! They are especially known for their Masgouf, which is the national fish dish of Iraq. Iraqi food is hard to find outside of Iraq, and Akkad serves it in the neighborhood of Glendale. What is Iraqi cuisine like? Find out in this exciting episode. Please SHARE this video with others! #iraq #IraqiFood #tryingiraqifood #iraqicuisine #masgouf #iraqifoodreaction #iraqieatingshow Restaurant Link: Akkad Mediterranean & Iraqi Grill: 🤍 Become a financial supporter of Rockstar Eater Patreon: 🤍 SOCIAL Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 MY EQUIPMENT Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera: 🤍 Nikon D5500 DSLR Camera: 🤍 Joby JB01507 GorillaPod: 🤍 Pixel 50 Channels UHF Wireless Lavalier Microphone: 🤍 Manfrotto Compact Action Aluminum 5-Section Tripod: 🤍 Emiral Microphone: 🤍 49mm Multi-Coated UV Protective Filter: 🤍

Baja cooking lamb head and legs in street food

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Al-Baja is an Iraqi dish made of boiled lamb legs, head, giblets and stuffed with rice and small pieces of meat. It can be calves or cows. Beja is loved by many Iraqis, especially the old generations, and is served in popular restaurants. How to prepare The baja is prepared by placing the parts in a saucepan and changing the water with hot water to avoid excess fat and the smell of exhalation, then add basra lemon, spices, cardamom and a little cinnamon, then serve with pieces of bread in meat water soup. The most important pieces of the baja are the intestines of the lamb after they are cleaned with water and vinegar and stuffed with rice mixed with the small pieces of meat in what is called the mambar, in addition to the lamb tripe after it has been cleaned and is also stuffed and stitched and then boiled in the meat water. diffusion Al-Baja es un plato iraquí hecho de piernas de cordero hervidas, cabeza, menudencias y relleno de arroz y pequeños trozos de carne. Pueden ser terneros o vacas. Beja es amada por muchos iraquíes, especialmente por las viejas generaciones, y se sirve en restaurantes populares Cómo preparar La baja se prepara colocando las partes en una cacerola y cambiando el agua por agua caliente para evitar el exceso de grasa y el olor a exhalación, luego se agrega limón basora, especias, cardamomo y un poco de canela, luego se sirve con trozos de pan en agua de carne. sopa. Las piezas más importantes de la baja son los intestinos de cordero después de limpiarlos con agua y vinagre y rellenos de arroz mezclado con los trocitos de carne en lo que se llama el mambar, además de los callos de cordero después de haberlos limpiado. y también se rellena y cose y luego se hierve en el agua de la carne. difusión Al-Baja adalah hidangan Irak yang terbuat dari kaki domba rebus, kepala, jeroan ayam itik dan diisi dengan nasi dan potongan kecil daging. Itu bisa berupa anak sapi atau sapi. Beja dicintai oleh banyak orang Irak, terutama generasi tua, dan disajikan di restoran populer. Bagaimana mempersiapkan? Baja disiapkan dengan menempatkan bagian-bagian dalam panci dan mengganti air dengan air panas untuk menghindari kelebihan lemak dan bau embusan napas, kemudian tambahkan basra lemon, rempah-rempah, kapulaga dan sedikit kayu manis, lalu sajikan dengan potongan roti dalam air daging. Sup. Potongan baja yang paling utama adalah usus domba setelah dibersihkan dengan air dan cuka dan diisi dengan nasi dicampur dengan potongan-potongan kecil daging yang disebut mambar, selain babat domba setelah dibersihkan dan juga diisi dan dijahit lalu direbus dalam air daging Al-Baja è un piatto iracheno a base di cosce di agnello bollite, testa, rigaglie e ripieno di riso e piccoli pezzi di carne. Possono essere vitelli o mucche. Beja è amato da molti iracheni, specialmente dalle vecchie generazioni, ed è servito in ristoranti famosi. Come preparare La baja si prepara mettendo le parti in una casseruola e cambiando l'acqua con acqua calda per evitare l'eccesso di grasso e l'odore di esalazione, quindi aggiungere il limone di bassora, le spezie, il cardamomo e un po' di cannella, quindi servire con i pezzi di pane in acqua di carne zuppa. I pezzi più importanti della baja sono le interiora dell'agnello dopo essere state pulite con acqua e aceto e farcite con riso mescolato con i piccoli pezzi di carne in quello che viene chiamato il mambar, oltre alla trippa di agnello dopo che è stata pulita e viene anche farcita e cucita e poi bollita nell'acqua della carne. diffusione Is mias Iaráiceach é Al-Baja atá déanta as cosa uaineola bruite, ceann, giblets agus líonta le rís agus píosaí beaga feola. Is féidir é a laonna nó ba. Is breá le go leor Iarácaigh Beja, go háirithe na sean-ghlúin, agus déantar freastal air i mbialanna a bhfuil tóir orthu. Conas a ullmhú Ullmhaítear an baja trí na codanna a chur i sáspan agus an t-uisce a athrú le huisce te chun an iomarca saille agus boladh easanálaithe a sheachaint, ansin cuir basra líomóide, spíosraí, cardamom agus beagán cainéal, ansin fónamh le píosaí aráin in uisce feola. anraith. Is iad na píosaí is tábhachtaí den baja ná intestines an uan tar éis iad a ghlanadh le huisce agus fínéagar agus a líonadh le rís measctha le píosaí beaga feola ar a dtugtar an mambar, chomh maith leis an tripe uaineoil tar éis é a ghlanadh. agus é líonta agus fuaite freisin agus ansin bruite san uisce feola. idirleathadh Al-Baja er en irakisk rett laget av kokte lammelår, hode, innmat og fylt med ris og små kjøttstykker. Det kan være kalver eller kyr. Beja er elsket av mange irakere, spesielt de gamle generasjonene, og serveres på populære restauranter. Hvordan forberede Bajaen tilberedes ved å legge delene i en kjele og bytte ut vannet med varmt vann for å unngå overflødig fett og lukten av utånding, tilsett deretter 00:00 an introduction 00:30 an introduction 01:00 slicer 01:20 an 01:40 an 02:00 an 02:20 an 02:40 an 03:00 an 03:20 an 03:40 an 04:00 an 04:20 an 04:40 an 05:00 an

morning breakfast How to make Kahi 1000 pieces a day

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Kahi is one of the most famous pastries in Iraqi cuisine, and it is an old dish that people order in front of bakeries shops, especially in the morning on holidays, to eat it during their breakfast, and they usually eat it with Iraqi Qaymar. 1 or 2 cups of flour, 1 or 1.5 cups of warm water, 0.5 teaspoon salt, 0.5 half a cup of melted oil or ghee. It is prepared first by sifting flour and mixing it with salt, then adding warm water and kneading the dough for 10 minutes, then covering it and letting it rest for 15 minutes. Roll the dough into a roll, cut the dough into 7 equal pieces, cover the pieces with ghee or oil and let it rest for 30 minutes. With the help of ghee, spread each ball on a flat surface very thinly, then add a spoonful of melted butter. After it is extended, it is spread over the piece, then it is folded from both ends in a rectangular shape, and then it is also folded from the other two sides so that it becomes a square and so on until the size is complete. Leave the squares greased tray rest for 15 minutes. Extend each grilled piece with light and quick pressure from both sides, put it on a tray lined with butter paper, and let it rest for 15 minutes. Enter the oven at 200 degrees from the bottom for 10 minutes. As soon as it comes out of the oven, drizzle with cold syrup and serve. 00:00 an introduction 00:30 an introduction 01:00 slicer

ردة فعل الأجانب من الأكل العراقي || Non-Arabs React to Iraqi Food

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برنامجنا في سناب شات.. لازم تتابعه 🤍 قناة متيم اللي ضروري تتابعوها 🤍 لا تنسون تتابعوني على الانستقرام 🤍 #الشخابير رابط المتجر الخاص بقناة شخبار واللي من خلاله تقدرون تشترون منتجات قناة شخبار وتجربونها 🤍 فيديو جديد نجرب فيه منتجات جديدة وغريبة من دول العالم - موسيقى المقدمة دي جي طرقوش 🤍 أتمنى أن ينال الفيديو إعجابكم للتواصل معنا سناب شات mt-s 🤍 انستقرام وتويتر 🤍itsmutaiam 🤍 🤍 أتمنى منكم أحبتي دعمنا بالنشر تحياتي لكم متيم بن عبدالله رابط المتجر الخاص بقناة شخبار واللي من خلاله تقدرون تشترون منتجات قناة شخبار وتجربونها 🤍 لا تنسون تشاركونا في هاشتاق #شخبار_عالمليون حتى نصل إلى المليون في أسرع وقت فيديو جديد نجرب فيه منتجات جديدة وغريبة من دول العالم - Guests: Samantha/Bruce 🤍 Jeff/Michelle 🤍 🤍 Colton Joe موسيقى المقدمة دي جي طرقوش 🤍 أتمنى أن ينال الفيديو إعجابكم للتواصل معنا سناب شات mt-s 🤍 انستقرام وتويتر 🤍imutaiam 🤍 🤍 أتمنى منكم أحبتي دعمنا بالنشر تحياتي لكم متيم بن عبدالله Snapshow: 🤍

Why You MUST try IRAQI and KURDISH FOOD! It’s INCREDIBLY Delicious! Eating and trying Iraqi Food

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In late February and early March 2022 I visited the Kurdistan Autonomous Region within Northern Iraq for the first time and it quickly became one of my best ever travel experiences. Going on a journey to try the local Kurdish and Iraqi food was also an incredible adventure. I knew little before I arrived apart from the ubiquitous meat-on-stick which is a (delicious) staple of the Middle East, but found the food to be amazingly varied and tasty. While I only scratched the surface of the food during my time there, I tried everything from baked beans which reminded me of an English breakfast to fish slow cooked over an open fire according to a Mesopotamian method thousands of years old. Trying food in Erbil, Sulimaniyah, Duhuk, Halabja and beyond. It’s making me hungry just writing this! — Massive thanks to my friend and guide in Iraq, Haval Qahraman who made so much possible! 🤍 🤍 🤍

Local Food Market of IRAQ

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iraqi food Street Drink Pomegranate Juice Making. Iraqi Street Food

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Amazing Street Drink Pomegranate Juice Making. iraq Street Food Benefits of pomegranate juice: know the most important ones Pomegranate juice is characterized by its red color and delicious taste, in addition to that, eating it has many health benefits. Learn about the most important benefits of pomegranate juice. Pomegranate juice has many benefits that benefit your body and wellness, and we will review some of these benefits in the following article. 1- A natural antioxidant The bright red pomegranate seeds get their beautiful color from polyphenols, which are powerful and important antioxidants. Pomegranate juice specifically contains: Its high levels of antioxidants are superior to other natural juices. 3 times the antioxidants found in green tea or red grape juice. Antioxidants help fight free radicals, protect cells from damage, and reduce the chances of infection. 2- Rich in Vitamin C Only one pomegranate juice contains 40% more vitamin C than the recommended daily allowance! And since vitamin C is affected by manufacturing processes, try making pomegranate juice at home or buying it fresh. 3- Fighting cancer Recent studies have found that pomegranate juice has the potential to stop the growth of prostate cancer cells. Although studies are still in their infancy, adding pomegranate juice to your diet may be a good idea in the long run. 4- Protection from Alzheimer's Researchers believe that the antioxidants in pomegranate juice have the ability to impede the progression and development of Alzheimer's disease in the patient's body, and protect his memory from damage. Drink pomegranate juice daily in order to achieve this benefit. 5- Promote digestion Pomegranate juice can help relieve intestinal infections and improve digestion. It may also be particularly beneficial for people with Crohn's disease, stomach ulcers and inflammatory bowel disease in general. Controversy still exists about the ability of pomegranate juice to improve or worsen diarrhea, but in general, it is preferable to avoid drinking pomegranate juice when suffering from diarrhea. 6- Fighting infections Pomegranate juice is a powerful natural anti-inflammatory, due to its high concentration of antioxidants. Consuming pomegranate juice may also reduce the damage caused by oxidative stress processes. 7- Anti-arthritis The flavonoids in pomegranate juice help fight infections that contribute to osteoporosis and cartilage damage, so the juice is currently being studied by experts to see how effective it is in fighting osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis. 8- Protect the heart Pomegranate juice is the most beneficial natural juice for heart health! It works on: Protect the heart, blood vessels and arteries from any damage. Improve blood pumping and flow. Protecting the arteries from hardening and protecting them from the growth of plaque on the inner walls. Reducing the chances of high levels of bad cholesterol in the blood vessels. But it is worth noting here, that pomegranate juice may interact negatively with blood pressure and cholesterol medications, so people with these diseases should consult a doctor before consuming pomegranate juice. 9- Fight against high blood pressure Drinking pomegranate juice on a daily basis helps lower blood pressure, but studies are still in the first place on the long-term effects of drinking pomegranate juice on high blood pressure. 10- Fighting infections and viruses As a result of the richness of pomegranate juice in vitamin C and vitamin E, which work together to protect and strengthen the immune system, pomegranate juice helps fight diseases and viruses, and also helps fight bacteria. 11- Rich in vitamins Pomegranate juice is a great source of the following nutrients: Vitamin C. Vitamin E. Folic acid. potassium; Vitamin K. But try to get 100% natural pomegranate juice to ensure the presence of these wonderful nutrients in it. 12- Enhance memory Consuming a quarter of a liter of pomegranate juice daily may help strengthen memory and improve cognitive and cognitive skills, according to some recent studies. 13- Improving fertility and sexual performance Due to the richness of pomegranate juice with antioxidants that reduce cell damage resulting from harmful oxidation processes, which some studies suggest may have a negative impact on sexual performance, pomegranate juice is considered one of the natural sexual tonics, as it helps to: Increase female fertility. Increase testosterone levels in the body. Produce healthy sperm. 14- Improving endurance and athletic performance While some may think that red beetroot juice is the best juice for athletic performance, the benefits of pomegranate juice in this area actually outperform beetroot juice, as pomegranate juice helps: iraqi food

Iraqi food best grilled meat with eggplant on charcoal

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العنوان كربلاء حي الحسين شارع المصلحة Iraqi food best grilled meat with eggplant on charcoal in street food Tikka is a name for an Indian dish, which is somewhat similar to shaqaf meat in Arab cuisine. It is grilled cut of mutton extracted from the tender and fresh thigh, the best of which is from the meat taken from the back rope or from the tender cuts of beef steak. It is famous for the countries of Iraq, the Levant and Turkey. street food The marinated and salted mutton is shoved on metal skewers and put between them some small onions, small tomatoes and pieces of the meat (lamb mechanism) and placed over the burning coals until they are cooked. The tikka or shafq is eaten with Shami bread or tanour bread, salads, and trashi (pickles), and ayran or shanina (milban) is drunk with it. The tikka can be prepared from lamb, in this case each serving (270g approximately) contains 330 calories and a high amount of fat 28g of which 13g is saturated fat. the origin The exact historical origin of the dish remains uncertain. Recipes for cooked meat dazzling with a mixture of spices mixed with sauce date back to 1700 BC, when such recipes were found on cuneiform tablets attributed to the Sumerians near Babylon. It is believed that the Mongols brought cooked and boneless pieces of meat called tikka to India. There are different types of tikka, some of which contain meat or chicken, and some of them are vegetarian. Chicken tikka masala is the most common type in the western hemisphere. It is said that it appeared in the mid-seventies of the twentieth century in Glasgow by the Indian chef Ali Asif Aslam, who added The sauce was traced to dry chicken tikka, then began to be prepared, stored and sold as a takeaway in stores by the 1980s. Paneer tikka masala, which also has its origins in the Mughal era, is the vegetarian version of chicken tikka masala that contains the same sauce and spices with cheese. as an alternative to chicken. the ingredients The ingredients used in the preparation differ for each type of different types such as eggplant tikka, chicken tikka masala, and paneer tikka masala, but they generally contain meat or paneer cheese, yogurt, coriander, onions, tomatoes, red peppers, green peppers, and sweet peppers garam masala sauce, cream, cheese, ginger, garlic, corn flour, ground cardamom, ground cumin, ground black pepper, ajwain or Indian cumin, turmeric. Lamb, beef, or chicken in some species, or rabbit meat are used in the wild Irish rabbit tikka, and shrimp in the shrimp tikka masala. Other meats are replaced with plant-based ingredients such as cheese, sweet potatoes, chickpeas, and broccoli. Preparation Boneless cuts of meat, or their vegetarian alternatives such as paneer cheese, are marinated in spices and yoghurt, then skewered to cook, grilled in a tandoor (clay oven), and served dry. Some types are served with different sauces such as the spiced tomato sauce served with chicken tikka masala. 00:00 Intro video 00:20 Intro video 00:40 as 01:59 aa 01:20 an 01:40 an 02:00 an 02:20 an 02:40 an 03:00 an 03:20 an 03:40 an 04:00 an 04:20 an 04:40 an 05:00 an

Al Forat in Toronto cooks up traditional Iraqi meals

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Al Forat is a Middle Easter restaurant in Toronto where they serve Iraqi-style shawarma and whole roasted chickens. Find them 1756 Victoria Park Ave. 🤍

Grilled liver on charcoal with belly fat and lamb's heart In iraq street food

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Iraqi food Grilled liver on charcoal with belly fat and #lamb's heart In the #street-food of #Iraq How to make charcoal grilled liver marinade Liver is one of the most important sources of iron that must be eaten from time to time to supply the body with essential nutrients, and the recipes for preparing and serving it vary from one kitchen to another. Clean the liver pieces using a sharp knife and remove the transparent cover on them, then cut them into medium-sized cubes, then cut the fat into small cubes that fit the liver, season with salt and spices and put them in the refrigerator for a whole night. Prepare the grill pan and wait for ten minutes until the flame goes out and the embers are formed, then put the liver on the grill skewers and alternately place the cubes of fat between them without leaving a space between the pieces, until the fat melts on the liver and helps in its maturity, and stir it over the coals for five minutes or until its color turns golden. reddish brown; Nutrition information Calories 355 Fat 9g Carbohydrates 12g Fiber 1g Protein 51g . 00:00 an introduction 00:30 an introduction 01:00 slicer 01:20 an 01:40 an 02:00 an 02:20 an 02:40 an 03:00 an 03:20 an 03:40 an 04:00 an 04:20 an 04:40 an 05:00 an

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