Try this heartfelt soup over the weekend and you’ll enjoy every single bite of it.
Reaching a saturation point with soups is always a possibility. Molokhia Soup is just what you need. Molokhia Soup is a delicious Mediterranean meal cooked by simmering minced jute leaves in liquid. There are several methods for making molochia. Today, we are bringing you the most well-known, which is the Egyptian method that calls for handmade chicken broth. Simply combine the finely minced Molokhia plant leaves with chicken or beef broth, and then sprinkle some fried garlic and dried coriander on top. Jute leaves/Jews mallow, also known as Molokhia, Mulukhiyah, or Molokheyya, is a green leaf that resembles baby spinach. This Egyptian-born vegetable is typically made into a soup; however, it is considerably thicker than a typical soup. Typically, it is consumed cooked, not raw. Middle Eastern and North African nations like Egypt and Lebanon are big fans of molokhia. With white rice or pita bread, Molokhia is typically prepared with chicken, rabbit, or meat cubes.
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