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Molokhia Hekayat Sity (dry mallow) 200g
تجربة لذيذة
€2.15 *
Bzinon molokhia (dry mallow) 200g
delicious mulukhiyah experience
€2.19 *
algota molokhia (dry mallow) 200g
delicious mulukhiyah experience
€2.19 *
AL Olabi Molokhia (dry mallow) 200g
delicious mulukhiyah experience
€2.15 *
Baladna molokhia (dry mallow) 200g
mulukhiyah with irresistible taste
€2.29 *
Durra molokhia (dry mallow) 180g
delicious mulukhiyah experience
€2.15 *
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Durra molokhia (dry mallow) 180g
delicious mulukhiyah experience
€2.15 *
AL Olabi Molokhia (dry mallow) 200g
delicious mulukhiyah experience
€2.15 *
algota molokhia (dry mallow) 200g
delicious mulukhiyah experience
€2.19 *
Baladna molokhia (dry mallow) 200g
mulukhiyah with irresistible taste
€2.29 *
Bzinon molokhia (dry mallow) 200g
delicious mulukhiyah experience
€2.19 *

Dry mallow is the leaves of Corchorus olitorius. It is popular in the Middle East, East African and North African countries. It’s rather bitter, and when boiled, the resulting liquid is a thick, highly mucilaginous broth; it is often described as “slimy”, rather like cooked okra. It may be dried like the one we have on our menu. It’s generally eaten cooked, not raw, and is most frequently turned into a kind of soup or stew. Traditionally it’s cooked with chicken or meat and is served with white rice, vermicelli, and accompanied with lemon or lime.
This plant is rich in iron, plus, it helps to calm the nerves and strengthen the eyesight and stimulate heartbeat.

Dry mallow is the leaves of Corchorus olitorius. It is popular in the Middle East, East African and North African countries. It’s rather bitter, and when boiled, the resulting liquid is a thick,... read more »
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Molokhia

Dry mallow is the leaves of Corchorus olitorius. It is popular in the Middle East, East African and North African countries. It’s rather bitter, and when boiled, the resulting liquid is a thick, highly mucilaginous broth; it is often described as “slimy”, rather like cooked okra. It may be dried like the one we have on our menu. It’s generally eaten cooked, not raw, and is most frequently turned into a kind of soup or stew. Traditionally it’s cooked with chicken or meat and is served with white rice, vermicelli, and accompanied with lemon or lime.
This plant is rich in iron, plus, it helps to calm the nerves and strengthen the eyesight and stimulate heartbeat.

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