The national day of Syria is March 8 and is it something closer to a national dish of Syria than Tabbouleh or Kibbe? Since Tabbouleh usually is a starter or side dish we added Kibbe (or Kibbeh) so you could enjoy it as a whole meal. Kibbe is a dish made of bulghur (cracked wheat), minced onions and finely ground lean beef, lamb, goat or camel meat.
Enjoy the recipe made by Asma, our country chef from Syria. Alternative spellings of Tabbouleh: Tabouleh, Tabouli, Tabbouli
About the Country Chef
Asma is a Canadian of Syrian origin. She started cooking at a very young age, helping her working mother in the kitchen. With her mother’s inspirational instructions she learnt to cook the many dishes Syria has to offer. As a mother, Asma started to explore on more food which her children liked and looked to improve her cooking, making sure to provide them with healthy, tasty and good meals. https://www.facebook.com/CookingWithAsma
Read more about IngredientMatcher’s Country Chefs in the Foodie section
Read more about other national dish recipes published on this blog