Breakfast

Cheese omelet اوملت بالجبنة

Notes:

This is a European dish that made its way to Egyptian cities. Romano cheese is very popular in Egypt and known as Roumy (Roman) or Torki (Turkish) cheese.

Servings: 3

Preparation Time: 0.25 hours

Ingredients

7 eggs.
2 tablespoons ghee or butter.
1/2 cup cheddar cheese or Romano cheese, shredded
Salt and pepper.

Cooking Instructions

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Ful Medames with tomatoes فول مدمس بالطماطم

Notes

This is one of many variants of Ful medames.

It can be a breakfast, lunch or snack meal.

Servings: 3

Preparation Time: 0.25 hours

Ingredients

Fava beans.
3 garlic cloves.
2 tomatoes.
Corn oil.
Lemon juice.
2 teaspoons cumin.
Salt and pepper.

Cooking Instructions

Cook the Ful Medames as per instructions.

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Ful with tahini فول مدمس بالطحينة

Notes:

One of many ways to serve Ful Medames.

Servings: 3

Preparation Time: 0.25 hours

Ingredients

4 cups fava beans.
Corn oil.
2 garlic cloves.
2 tablespoons tehina.
Lemon juice.
2 teaspoons cumin.
Salt and pepper.

Cooking Instructions

Cook the Ful Medames as per instructions.

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Ful Medames With butter فول مدمس بالزبدة

Notes

This is one of many variants of how Ful Medames is served.

Servings: 3

Preparation Time: 0.25 hours

Ingredients

4 cups fava beans.
2 tablespoons butter.
Salt and pepper.

Cooking Instructions

Cook the Ful Medames as per instructions.

In a saucepan, heat beans over medium heat.
Season beans with salt and pepper and add little water.
Serve in bowl and keep hot.
Add butter to it.
Serve immediately.

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Ful Medames / Fava Beans فول مدمس

Notes

Ful Medames is the Egyptian national dish made from fava beans, and is the staple for many Egyptians.

It is eaten as a breakfast, as well as a snack or fast food sandwitches.

Since fava beans has a very hard shell, it takes a lot of time to cook it on a very low heat. It used to be done in a special utensil. See the details in vanishing ways of cooking in Egypt.

It is also spelled as Foul in English.

Servings: 4

Preparation Time: 6 hours

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