Makhlama Lahm is an Iraqi egg dish made with spicy lamb and tomatoes. Featuring soft-baked eggs, a variety of rich seasonings and served with bread, the recipe is based on one found in Kitab al-Tabikh, a tenth-century Mesopotamian cookbook.
In order to make your own version of this delicious of Makhlama Lahm, you will need to acquire a bit of olive oil, ground lamb, one medium yellow onion, yellow curry powder, minced parsley, small vine-ripe tomatoes, kosher salt and black pepper and four eggs. Additionally, one has the option of garnishing with crushed red chili flakes and served with naan or flatbread.
The ancient savory breakfast dish is ideal for anyone looking to mix up their morning routine with a bit of heat.
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Makhlama Lahm is an Iraqi Egg Dish Made with Lamb and Tomatoes
- By: Rebecca ByersFeb 3, 2016