عصيدة‎, ‘aṣīdah, Aseeda (Algerian) (Eritrean) (Ethiopian) (...)

wheat flour, butter

Asida is a dish with origins from Arabia, made of a cooked wheat flour lump of dough, sometimes with added butter or honey. Similar in texture to gruel, it is eaten in many North African and Middle Eastern countries. The dish originated from the Oromo region in Ethiopia what they call Marca. It is considered one of the most popular desserts and traditional dishes in many Arab countries. Asida is particularly popular in Yemen, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Algeria, Libya, …

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Modified Dec. 1, 2022

Created Jan. 5, 2018 by: itisclaudio

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