Makloubeh – The Queen of all Middle Eastern Recipes – Vegan مَقلوبة

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My Baba’s secret recipe laid before you now! The one and only Makloubeh.

Makloubeh is a a melting pots of spices, flavours and incredible crisp and tender roasted veg
So if you want to try a new a dish or have tried this before but wondered how to make it vegan then definitely give this recipe a try! I promise you it will be worth it!

0:00 Intro
1:04 Recipe
10:50 The reveal!

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Ingredients:
One large or Two medium sized aubergine
One medium sized cauliflower
A dash of oil
Sprinkle of salt
One cup and a half of rice
Four cloves of garlic
Sprinkle of salt
Four large tomatoes or seven small
Half a Chili
A dash of oil
A Sprinkle of salt and pepper
Two table spoons of tomato paste
One tea spoon of cinnamon
One tea spoons of turmeric
One tea spoon of all spice

Don’t forget to eat it with some salad and vegan Greek style yogurt! As they go with the Ma2loobeh like a dream.

بتنجانة كبيرة او بتنجانتين متوسطة الحجم
زهرة متوسطة الحجم
رشة زيت
رشة ملح
كاسة و نصف من الارز
اربع أسنان تومة
رشة ملح
اربع بندورة كبيرة او سبع صغيره
نصف فلفل حار
رشة زيت
رشة ملح و فلفل
معلقتين كبار من رب البندورة
معلقة صغيرة من القرفة
معلقة صغيرة من الكركم
معلقة صغيرة من البهار
المقلوبة الذ اشي لما تاكل مع لبن نباتي و سلطة على الجنب
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  1. I just discovered your channel, I miss the home cooking my grandmother from Jordan used to do and to see this veganized made my whole week. Is there anyway you would be able to make a vegan Mansaf? It’s super cultural in Jordan and I would have it so much as a kid

  2. Love it! thanks for the video Jude! There just opened up some middle eastern grocery stores in my neighbourhood in The Netherlands; but growing up as a Dutch person I never know what to make with the ingredients they sell there 🙁 Now I definitely have something to try out. Thanks also to your dad

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