The word Kareem is a common given word of Arabic origin that means “generous”.
Ramadan is generous in its spiritual blessings, and its delicious food.
Yet, we need to keep in mind that health is wealth, so we decided to give you some healthy alternatives for some of the famous dishes served in Ramadan to enjoy it in a healthy way.
- 500g ground meat
- 250g fine bulgur soaked in water for 30 minutes
- 1 tsp black pepper
- 1 tsp cumin
- 1 halved onion
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1 tsp dried mint
- 1 tsp Arabic spices
- Vegetable oil
- Hot sauce
- Combine the beef, bulgur, and onion and mix them using a food processor.
- Add salt, black pepper, cinnamon, dried mint, Arabic spices, and cumin to taste. Mix thoroughly until they are all well blended.
- Using the hot sauce, knead the ingredients until the meat dough is homogeneous.
- Roll the dough into medium-sized balls and shape them into oval format pieces.
- Grease the grill uniformly and preheat it.
- Grill the kibbeh until it is cooked from all sides.
Baked Spinach & Cheese Samosa
- Samosa Pastry Strips
- A cup of Cottage cheese
- ½ cup Feta cheese
- 1 cup of spinach
- 1/2 teaspoon of garlic
- 1 egg
- A cup of flour
- Salt and pepper
- Combine the cottage cheese, feta cheese, spinach, garlic, salt, and pepper in a mixing bowl. Mix until all of the ingredients are completely integrated.
- Preheat the oven to 200 degrees C and gently grease a baking sheet.
- Start by putting around 1-2 teaspoons of the spinach cheese mixture on the bottom corner of a samosa pastry strip placed vertically on a plate/tray.
- Fold the corner of the samosa pastry over the samosa filling, then fold over the corner in the same direction from the opposite side. Continue until you have the form of a triangle.
- Create a paste using flour and water, then spread it over the corner to fully seal the samosa.
- Place the prepared samosas on a baking sheet and gently brush both sides of each samosa with egg wash.
- Place it in the oven until samosas become golden and crispy (10-15min.)
If you have a doubt about an allergy or intolerance to any of these recipes’ ingredients, do not hesitate to talk to your doctor and get their opinion.
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