Looks good! I wish I knew how to cook like that :)
Masha-Allah :)yet another interesting Muslim blogger with a sense of creativity :o) how long have you been blogging?http://mariammababaya.blogspot.com
I didn't really know that there was such thing as Iraqi biryaani :)
Assalamualaikum,Agree with Mariam, never heard of Iraqi Beriani too, I guess every country got their own Beriani.Stuffed vegetables are Turkish isn't it...? how do you make the stuffings? Ii it the same like the Italian Canolli?
@ The Black Jubahyou can good iraqi biryani, different variations will pop up. With stuffed vegetable, i dont know where they originated, probably in the middle east.. i make the stuffing with a mixture of rice, onions, herbs and spices.
Would you mind terribly posting the recipes? :) from one foodie to another.
you can have the link to the rcipes on my blog. http://muslimahcookingguide.blogspot.com.au/2009/10/chicken-stiry-fry.htmlhttp://muslimahcookingguide.blogspot.com.au/2011/05/mahshy-kromb-new-recipe.html (this is the stuffed vegetable recipe. just replace cabbage leaves with vegetables)http://muslimahcookingguide.blogspot.com.au/2009/11/koshari.htmlhttp://muslimahcookingguide.blogspot.com.au/2010/04/kabsa-rice.html
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