Lebanese Style Couscous
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Mogrhabieh, or Lebanese couscous, is a dish consumed in Lebanon and it’s surrounding regions. The name Moghrabieh refers to the grain which makes the dish as well as the name of the dish itself. Made from semolina flour and rolled into pearl sized balls, Lebanese couscous is significantly larger than traditional couscous. The final product is combined with meat, onions and chickpeas and served with an aromatic broth.