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Foul Medames

Foul Medames

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The most popular Egyptian breakfast ever "Foul Medames." Wheather a shop or a street cart, you can find it in every corner and in each street. Crowded and long waiting lines, they say it tastes better than homemade Foul Medames. Over the years I took the challenge with myself and practised different recipes, and compared it to street Foul. Until I reach this final result, homemade Foul Medames tastes as better as street Foul. So go on and try for yourself 

Ingredients: 

2 Cups Raw Broad Beans, soaked for 10 hours and change the soaking water at least once 

3 Tbsp yellow lentils, washed

3 Tbsp Crushed beans, washed

3 Tbsp Brown lentil (optional)

3 Tbsp Bilila Wheat

1 Carrot, sliced

1 Medium onion, cut into wedges

1 Tomato, sliced

Small handful of whole garlic cloves

1 Whole Jalapeño seedless 

1 Green Bell pepper, sliced or diced

1 Fresh Rosemary Stick, or 1 Tsp dried Rosemary 

Couple of fresh thyme string or 1 Tsp dreid thyme

2 Fresh Mint Sticks, or 1/2 Tsp dried mint

2 Tbsp Whole Coriander seeds

1 Tbsp Cumin seeds 

1 Tbsp Paprika 

1 Tsp Turmeric 

Juice of one lemon

Boiling water

Method: 

Wash the beans after it has been soaked. In a plastic bowl, add all the ingredients, mix well with a spoon and put in a broad bean slow cooker or to a medium size pot over low heat. Add the boiling water to cover the beans and a bit more. Cover and leave for at least 7-8 hours stirring occasionally and adding more boiling water if needed, until the beans have become so tender when mashing with a fork.

Let cool, then transfer to a glass container.

Can be stored in the fridge for up to a week.

For Serving: 

Heat with a little amount of water and season. Sprinkle ground cumin, and when it starts to heat up add the olive oil, butter, or ghee with the juice of a lemon.

Garnish with parsley and sliced jalapeños or tomatoes.

Serve with baladi bread, eggs of your choice, boiled or fried eggs, white cheese, and Falafel.

Enjoy Doing It , And

LOVE & ENJOY WHAT YOU DO..

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