Warak Enab

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Warak Enab ( Arabic ورق عنب, DMG Waraq ʿinab  'grape leaves') is a dish in Arabic cuisine . To do this, rolled vine leaves are stuffed with rice , parsley and tomatoes . The ingredients are rolled in the raw state and brought to a boil in a saucepan, where they stay for about two hours. Two types of preparation are possible. Depending on your taste, you can also work with meat. Without meat, they are called Warak Enab biseyt , which means vine leaves in oil.

Web links

  • Ivan Mannheim: Jordan handbook: the travel guide ; here online at books.google