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Khobz b'Chehma literally means "bread with fat" in Arabian. Khobz b'Chehma has a filling made of onions, parsley, spices and beef or lamb suet. The filling may vary replacing a part of suet with cooked ground beef or lamb, olives, green pepper or other vegetables. Khobz b'Chehma goes well with tea or at iftar during the Ramadan. It may also be served as an appetizer.



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Moroccan Stuffed Bread - Khobz B'Chehma, moroccanfood.about.com

Khobz b'Chehma, www.articlego.com