Matbucha

Matbucha
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subclass nkesalad Dezie
mba osiMaghreb Dezie
Ihe ejị mee yatomato, Capsicum annuum, Allium sativum, chili pepper Dezie

  Matbucha (Hibru) bụ ihe na-esi ísì ụtọ nke ndị Juu[1] Moroccan ma salad e siri esi nke nwere tomato e siri esi na ose a na-etinye galik na ose chili, ma jiri nwayọ sie ya ruo ọtụtụ awa.[2] A na-ejikarị challah ma ọ bụ "achịcha ụlọ" (achịcha ọdịnala Moroccan nke ndị Juu naanị maka ijere ya na matbucha), ọ bụkwa ihe na-esi ísì ụtọ nke a na-ejikwa dị ka akụkụ nke ihe na-eri nri, mgbe mgbe dị ka akụkụ ya salatim, ma ọ bụ salad. Matbucha bụ nri a ma ama na Israel, ebe ndị Juu si Morocco wetaara ya.[3]

Enwere ike iji ya mee ihe dị ka ntọala maka shakshuka.[2]

NkwadobeMèzi

A na-akwadobe Matbucha site na isi tomato, ose, na galik n'elu okpomọkụ dị ala ruo ọtụtụ awa ruo mgbe ha siri nri n'ime ihe dị nro, nke siri ike yiri jam n'usoro.[2][1]

Ụdị ahịaMèzi

A na-ere matbucha a na-emepụta n'ahịa n'Izrel niile n'ọtụtụ ụlọ ahịa nri ruo ọtụtụ iri afọ, ọ dịkwa na ụdị friji na ụdị dị iche iche. Akara gụnyere Sabra, Osem, na ndị ọzọ. N'afọ ndị na-adịbeghị anya, matbucha abụrụla nke dị na United States n'okpuru akara NY Shuk, n'etiti ọtụtụ ndị ọzọ.[4][5]

HụkwaMèzi

  • Ndepụta nri ndị Juu
  • Nri ndị Israel
  • Nri ndị Juu
  • Shakshuka, nri yiri ya na àkwá
  • Ndepụta nri Moroccan
  •  Food portal

Ihe odideMèzi

  1. 1.0 1.1 Matbucha. Shelleys Humble Kitchen. Retrieved on 4 February 2022. Kpọpụta njehie: Invalid <ref> tag; name "Shelley" defined multiple times with different content
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Gur (2014). Jewish Soul Food: From Minsk to Marrakesh.  Kpọpụta njehie: Invalid <ref> tag; name "janna" defined multiple times with different content Kpọpụta njehie: Invalid <ref> tag; name "janna" defined multiple times with different content
  3. Gold. "A Region's Tastes Commingle in Israel", The New York Times, 1994-07-20. Retrieved on 2018-02-05. (in en-US)
  4. Arazi. MATBUCHA {An everyday tomato condiment}. NY Shuk. Retrieved on 4 February 2022.
  5. Yoked. "The Israeli New Yorkers Trying to Turn Matbucha Into the New Hummus", Haaretz. Retrieved on 4 February 2022.