Ku Shari

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Kushari, also koshary, kosheri or koshari (Egyptian Arabic: ????, ['ko?æ?i]), is a n Egyptian dish of rice, macaroni and lentils mixed together, topped with a toma to sauce; some add spaghetti garnished with chickpeas and crispy fried onions. A sprinkling of garlic juice and hot sauce are optional. History[edit] Kushari originated in the mid 19th century, during a time when Egypt was a multi -cultural country and the economy was booming. The lower class's usually limited pantry became full with a myriad of ingredients: lentils, rice, macaroni, chick peas, tomato sauce, onions, garlic, oil, etc. At the end of the month, families would usually have a little left of everything, so families would use it up by p utting it all together into a tasty dish. Koshari is widely popular among workers and laborers. It may be prepared at home or served at roadside stalls and restaurants all over Egypt; some restaurants s pecialize in kushari to the exclusion of other dishes, while others feature it a s an item among many.[1] As it does not contain any animal products, it can be c onsidered vegan so long as all frying uses vegetable oil. Famous Koshari resturants in egypt[edit] 1)"koshari abo tarek" considered the most famous restaurants specialized in kosh ari in egypt

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