Bamia

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Bamia (بامية cooked okra) or bamia bi-lahm (البامية باللحم أو شوربة البامية okra with meat), is a Middle Eastern stew prepared using lamb, okra and tomatoes as primary ingredients.wikipedia
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Egyptian cuisine

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Ta'aleya, an Egyptian garlic sauce, is used as an ingredient to add flavor to Bamia.

Garlic sauce

Ta'aleya, an Egyptian garlic sauce, is used as an ingredient to add flavor to Bamia.
It is used as an ingredient to add flavor to bamia and koshary.

Palate cleanser

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Turkish bamia is sometimes served as a palate cleanser between food courses at ceremonial feasts.
Bamia is a traditional Anatolian-era stew that is sometimes served as a palate cleanser between food courses at ceremonial feasts.

Anatolia

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In Turkey, bamia is an Anatolian stew that has a sweet and sour flavor.
Bamia is a traditional Anatolian-era stew dish prepared using lamb, okra and tomatoes as primary ingredients.

Stew

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Bamia (بامية cooked okra) or bamia bi-lahm (البامية باللحم أو شوربة البامية okra with meat), is a Middle Eastern stew prepared using lamb, okra and tomatoes as primary ingredients.

Lamb and mutton

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Bamia (بامية cooked okra) or bamia bi-lahm (البامية باللحم أو شوربة البامية okra with meat), is a Middle Eastern stew prepared using lamb, okra and tomatoes as primary ingredients.

Coriander

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Additional ingredients used include tomato sauce, onion, garlic, cilantro (coriander), vegetable oil, cardamom, salt and pepper.

Tendon

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In Egypt, sinew (tendons) of lamb are typically used, which can endure long cooking times.

Okra

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The word "bamia" itself is simply the Arabic word for okra.

Sweet and sour

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In Turkey, bamia is an Anatolian stew that has a sweet and sour flavor.

Course (food)

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Turkish bamia is sometimes served as a palate cleanser between food courses at ceremonial feasts.

Banquet

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Turkish bamia is sometimes served as a palate cleanser between food courses at ceremonial feasts.

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List of Israeli dishes

Bamia - Okra stew cooked in hot tomato, pomegranate or tamarind sauce with onions, served with meat and rice