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Aruk, also known as Iraqi vegetable patties, is a traditional dish that was brought to Israel by Iraqi Jews. This flavorful and easy-to-make dish is a staple in the Iraqi Jewish community and is now enjoyed by many in Israel. Made with fresh herbs, cooked potatoes, and a blend of spices, Aruk is fluffy and light on the inside and crispy on the outside. It is a delicious and healthy alternative to traditional meat patties and is perfect for any meal. In this recipe, we will show you how to make this traditional dish, passed down through generations of Iraqi Jewish families, in the comfort of your own home.
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cook time:
25 min
Large cooked potatoes 2
Chopped parsley 1/2 Cup
Chopped dill 1/4 Cup
Chopped cilantro 1/4 Cup
Green onions, chopped 2
Ground Cumin 1 Tsp
Paprika 1 Tsp
Eggs 2
Ground turmeric 1/4 Tsp
Dead sea Salt and pepper to taste
Flour 2 Tbsp
Oil for frying
Step 1
Mash the cooked potatoes and combine with fresh herbs, onion, spices, salt and pepper. Mix until completely combined.
Step 2
Stir in the beaten eggs and flour until well combined.
Step 3
Form the mixture into small patties.
Step 4
Heat oil in a pan over medium heat and fry the patties for about 2-3 minutes per side, or until golden brown. Serve hot with your favorite dipping sauce.
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