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5-8 servings cashews
1 kilo mutton (only for mutton) melinjo leaves
1/2 kilo of goat bones purple eggplant
10-15 grains of Arabic cardamom wash
Turmeric 2 as big as index finger hazelnuts
enough Ginger
2 teaspoons Pepper powder Yeast
1 BC Fine coriander Yellow bean
10 Green onion
Half a grain of nutmeg Shallot
4 young corn
1 teaspoon Cumin
Cinnamon 2 sticks the size of the middle finger hazelnuts
6 cloves of garlic Green peas
Celery leaves
Sliced Tomatoes Fish ball

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Vegetables bloom (Arabic cuisine)

Vegetables bloom (Arabic cuisine)

This dish is a must on holidays or special events, usually like weddings or gatherings
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It appears you might be referring to a dish known as “Warq Enab” or “Warak Enab,” which is a popular Arabic dish made from stuffed vine leaves. Here’s a description of this delicious dish:

Warq Enab (Stuffed Vine Leaves): A Classic Arabic Delight


  • Stuffed Vine Leaves: Warq Enab consists of vine leaves that have been carefully stuffed and rolled into small, cylindrical shapes. These rolls are usually neatly arranged in a cooking pot.


  • Stuffed Vine Leaves: The vine leaves are tender and slightly chewy, while the stuffing inside can vary in texture depending on the ingredients used. The stuffing is often a mixture of rice, ground meat (such as lamb or beef), herbs, and spices. The overall texture is a harmonious combination of tender leaves and flavorful, slightly firm stuffing.


  • Stuffed Vine Leaves: Warq Enab offers a delightful combination of flavors:
    • The vine leaves provide a mild, earthy taste.
    • The stuffing is rich, savory, and aromatic, thanks to the blend of meat, rice, and spices.
    • The dish often features a tangy note, typically achieved through the use of lemon juice or other acidic ingredients.

Ingredients: The primary ingredients for Warq Enab include:

  • Vine leaves (commonly brined or preserved)
  • Ground meat (lamb, beef, or a combination)
  • Rice
  • Onions
  • Fresh herbs, such as parsley and mint
  • Spices, which may include allspice, cinnamon, and pepper
  • Lemon juice
  • Olive oil

Preparation: Making Warq Enab involves several steps:

  1. Preparing the Vine Leaves: If using preserved vine leaves, they need to be rinsed and soaked to remove excess salt and brine. Fresh vine leaves can also be used if available.
  2. Making the Stuffing: The stuffing mixture is prepared by combining rice, ground meat, finely chopped onions, fresh herbs, and spices. This mixture is seasoned and mixed thoroughly.
  3. Stuffing and Rolling: Each vine leaf is carefully laid flat, and a small portion of the stuffing mixture is placed in the center. The leaf is then rolled tightly, ensuring that the stuffing is securely encased.
  4. Cooking: The stuffed vine leaves are arranged in a pot, often in a circular pattern. Lemon juice and olive oil are drizzled over the top. The dish is then simmered or steamed until the vine leaves are tender, and the stuffing is cooked through.

Serving: Warq Enab is typically served warm and may be accompanied by a dipping sauce, such as yogurt or tahini sauce. It’s a beloved appetizer or main course in Arabic cuisine and is often enjoyed on special occasions and gatherings.

Warq Enab is known for its comforting and savory flavors, making it a cherished dish in Arabic culinary traditions. The combination of tender vine leaves and flavorful stuffing creates a delightful taste experience.



Boil the mutton and the bones for about 45 minutes and cover


Turn off and boil the boiled water...then boil again until it boils


Puree the spices except for the celery and tomatoes


Sauté the spices over low heat, until cooked then put into the beef stew...closed
until the meat is tender and the spices seep into the meat


Once cooked, turn off the stove, add sliced tomatoes and celery leaves

Vegetables bloom ready to be served..


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