Favorite Somali Meal

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    Saalam


    Lol. Here's a topic to all the Somalis.....


    What is your fav somali meal?


    ma saalam
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    wa aleikum salam sistah are you somalian:)

    i would say canjeero somali style :)
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    I miss xalwo kismayo :)

    salamz
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    Bariis iyo Baasto.
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    Yah im somali. another good dish is odka iyo caangero
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    baasto iyo muus lol no baasto without a banana :)
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    oh mashallah we should make a poll to see how many mali are actually on this forum:)?

    tc

    Asslamu aleikum
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    Suqar and canjeero is nice.
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    muslimad Asalamu Alaykum!

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    yum luv me odkac....
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    Saalam

    Who could ever eat baasto without moos,lol. Insha'Allah I'll make the poll.

    ma saalam
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    Saalam

    A while ago I just had caangero and waffle syrup,lol. Pretty good! The things I usually eat with caangero are akun, suuga, iyo sunkaar.

    Lol to all the Pro somali speakers, my somali writting is not great,lol. But I speak it ok. Have to practice know and then.

    ma saalam
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    sabayad? with susaq is pretty nice. I also like baasto with moos (sp?) omg waffles syrup? eww lol
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    Hey

    Lol. It's not nasty. It's good!
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    Hmm....

    Asslamo Allaikum,

    Can we have some recipes please instead of picttures?

    OR

    AN invitation?

    P.S: For Non-Somalees, there are Somali Resturants in Birmingham (UK) on Coventry Road.
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    :salam2:

    My favourit meal is Laxuox (Canjeero), Maraq Cad iyo Heleb suqsuqar...

    Someone said ''baasto (Pasta) without Moos (Banana), are you somali????
    Just kiddin!!... I personally never ate rice without meat & youghurt, and pasta without meat and banana...

    I am not sure whether all Somalians make ''Canbabor'' for the first day of 'Eid Al-Fitr' (To ease on the stomach, after 30 days of no early morning breakfast). It's like Laxoux (Canjeero) thicker, made with onions, garlic powder, etc.....???

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    SOMALI SAMBUSA .... ''Ramdan is coming, this sanbusa must be on the table''

    Ingredients

    • 1 (14 ounce) package spring roll wrappers
    • 2 tablespoons olive oil
    • 2 pounds ground beef
    • 1 leek, chopped
    • 2 teaspoons ground cumin
    • 2 teaspoons ground cardamom
    • 1 teaspoon salt
    • 1 teaspoon pepper
    • 1 small onion, finely chopped
    • 1 clove garlic, minced
    • 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
    • 1 tablespoon water, or as needed
    • 1 quart oil for frying

    Directions

    Heat olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat.Add onions, leek and garlic, and cook, stirring until
    the onions are transparent. Add ground beef, andcook until about halfway done. Season with cumin,
    cardamom, salt and pepper. Mix well, and continue cooking until beef has browned.
    In a small dish or cup, mix together the flour and water to make a thin paste. Using one wrapper at a
    time, fold into the shape of a cone. Fill the cone with the meat mixture, close the top, and seal with the
    paste. Repeat until wraps or filling are used up. Heat the oil to 365 degrees F ( 170 degrees C) in
    a deep-fryer or deep heavy pot. There should be enough oil to submerge the wraps. Fry the Sambusa a
    few at a time until golden brown. Remove carefully to drain on paper towels.
    Serves 4
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    Someone said ''baasto (Pasta) without Moos (Banana), are you somali????
    Just kiddin!!...


    Saalam

    No it was said that who eats baasto without moos. I love to eat baasto with moos. Also it is even better with bariis, and chicken to go along with the rice too. Lol had rice and chicken yesterday.


    ma saalam
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    Saalam

    Thanks for the recipe. love sambus. So goood! Especially with ketchup on the sambuus. I love when my mom cooks those cookies made out of burr. Lol. Every cookie is made from burr, but this cookie is just really made from burr.

    Really easy to make too.

    My mom gets burr(flour) and rolls it into a circle. Then she cuts the burr(flour) into mini squares and then she just fries them. Yum

    ma saalam
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    Mashallah ya rub...

    :wasalam:
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    Hey what about xalwad?

    Salam everyone!

    i would like to add that i too loovvee baasto and moos although all my non-mali friends think the combination is bazaar! Im always telling them not to knock it till they've tried it but they dont take any notice. Although im not that much of a fan myself, who likes muqmad (the small meat)? Also i looovve xalwad sooo much mmmnnn..........just remembered, theres some in the cupboard in the kitchen, im going to get some! Bye!
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    Saalam

    I know why do non-somali people find eating baasto and moos weird. I remeber this one time, we were eating moos and baasto at home, and the door was open, and one of my brothers friend saw us eating baasto and moos, and he had a suprised look on his face.Like a look that said what in tghe world are they doing? Lol. I think its reallyyyyyyy good.


    ma saalam

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