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Koshari needs no introduction. A Koshari recipe, or kushari, or koshary, is a traditional Egyptian staple food that consists of several starches, and lentils, and topped with a tomato sauce, garlic vinegar and garnished with chickpeas and crispy fried onion. Koshari is a popular street food enjoyed in many countries over the African continent.
The main starches in a koshari recipe consist of rice and pasta, two ingredients that make this recipe very versatile and interesting. We use penne pasta in our version of the koshari, but I have seen people using spaghetti too. The zesty tomato sauce is made of a combination of tomatoes, vinegar, water and other delicious spices.
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