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Kidney and Onions

1/2 of a beef kidney; chopped
3 Tbsp. olive oil
1 sm. onion; sliced
1 chicken cube
1/2 ts. cumin
1 Tbsp. tomato paste
1/2 ts. pepper
1/4 cup cilantro; chopped

1. Heat the oil in a pan, add the kidney and stir-fry until no longer pink.
2. Add the onions, chicken cube, cumin, tomato paste, pepper, and cilantro; simmer covered for 5
minutes.
3. Serve with pita bread.

4 comments:

  1. This looks so good, i just love liver, i just dont remember when i ate it last time, it must be years...huh, i will look for liver today insha allaah when i pass by a halaal shop.
    i'm sure this one will steal my tongue :P

    Umm Anas

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  2. What is cilantro & where can I get it in the UK

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  3. Cilantro is also called coriander and Chinese Parsley it is a leafy green herb that looks similar in appearance to flat leaf parsley but taste different. It is one of my favorite herbs. Sorry I've never been to the UK so I don't know where to buy it but in the US it is in every food market.

    Here is a link that includes info about the herb including the name in various languages:
    http://www.theepicentre.com/Spices/coriander.html

    Other Names

    Chinese Parsley, Cilantro, Dizzycorn, Japanese Parsley
    French: coriandre
    German: Koriander
    Italian: coriandolo
    Spanish: cilantro, culantro
    Arabic: kizbara
    Burmese: nannambin (leaves), nannamzee (seed)
    Chinese: hsiang tsai, yen-sui, yuen sai, yuin si tsoi (leaves)
    Indian: dhanyia, dhuniah, kothimbir, kotimear, kotimli (seed)
    dhania patta, dhania sabz, hara dhania (leaf)
    Indonesian: ketumbar
    Lao: phak hom pom
    Malay: daun ketumba(r) (leaves), ketumba(r) (seed)
    Sinhalese: kottamalli (seed), kottamalli kolle (leaves)
    Tamil: kothamilee
    Thai: pak chee (met)

    Hope this helps and have fun cooking!

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  4. Thanks for the clarification! I know it as coriander and use it quite a lot. Am not Somali hence I didn't recognise the name.

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