Kibbeh

In this Kibbeh Bil Sanieh recipe the beef hashweh or 'stuffing' is spread into a baking dish, layered with the kibbeh mixture and then baked. Kibbeh Bil Sanieh is considered more of a main dish while the...
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Difficulty
Low
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Time
90 min
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Author
Sophie Meechan
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Ingredients

Servings: 8
Makes: 1

2 tbsp olive oil
2  onions
1 kg beef mince
30 g plain flour
1 tbsp 7 spice
1.5 tsp salt
50 g pine nuts
10 g fresh parsley


300 g fine bulgur
160 ml hot water


500 g beef mince
1  onion
60 g breadcrumbs
5 g fresh mint
2 tsp 7 spice
0.5 tbsp kibbeh spice mix
0.5 tbsp salt


  olive oil


Instructions

STEP 1/5

Lightly grease the tin or oven-proof dish

STEP 2/5

Fit stir tool

Add oil

Heat: 120 C, Stir off, 2 mins

Add onions

Heat: 120 C, SSP3, 5 mins

Add mince, flour

Heat: 150 C, SSP2, 6 mins

Add 7 spice, salt, pine nuts

Heat: 120 C, SSP1, 2 minutes

Add parsley

Heat: off, SSP1, 30 seconds

Transfer mince mixture into a large mixing bowl, set aside

STEP 3/5

Combine ingredients 2 (bulgur wheat, hot water) in a medium bowl

Cover the bowl with a plate and set aside

STEP 4/5

Assemble the Food Processor Attachment

Fit the knife blade

Working in two or three batches add ingredients 3 (raw minced beef, onion, breadcrumbs, mint, spices, salt), into the FP bowl

Add a third of the soaked bulgur wheat into the FP bowl, fit the lid

Use the pulse function in short bursts to blend to a paste, add a little oil if necessary

Transfer the mixture into a medium mixing bowl

Repeat this process with the remaining ingredients

Once processed, use your hands to combine the mixture thoroughly in the bowl

STEP 5/5

Preheat the oven to 180 C

Add half of the Kibbeh mixture (contents of medium mixing bowl) into the baking tin or oven proof dish

Use the back of a spoon or spatula to spread the mixture evenly over the base of the tin/ dish

Add the cooked mince mixture (contents of the frying pan) on top of the kibbeh layer

Add the remaining Kibbeh mixture on top, spread the mixture evenly over the top of the mince layer, ensure it fully covers the mince layer below

Once the top is nice and smooth, use a knife to cut through the kibbeh diagonally to form diamond shaped portions

Drizzle the top with a little oil and bake for 45-50 minutes

Remove from the oven

Allow to cool slightly before serving

Kibbeh

In this Kibbeh Bil Sanieh recipe the beef hashweh or 'stuffing' is spread into a baking dish, layered with the kibbeh mixture and then baked. Kibbeh Bil Sanieh is considered more of a main dish while the...
Ȑ
Difficulty
Low
ȑ
Time
90 min
&
Author
Sophie Meechan
lorem ipsum
Servings:8
Makes:1

Ingredients


2 tbsp olive oil
2  onions
1 kg beef mince
30 g plain flour
1 tbsp 7 spice
1.5 tsp salt
50 g pine nuts
10 g fresh parsley


300 g fine bulgur
160 ml hot water


500 g beef mince
1  onion
60 g breadcrumbs
5 g fresh mint
2 tsp 7 spice
0.5 tbsp kibbeh spice mix
0.5 tbsp salt


  olive oil

Instructions

STEP 1/5

Lightly grease the tin or oven-proof dish

STEP 2/5

Fit stir tool

Add oil

Heat: 120 C, Stir off, 2 mins

Add onions

Heat: 120 C, SSP3, 5 mins

Add mince, flour

Heat: 150 C, SSP2, 6 mins

Add 7 spice, salt, pine nuts

Heat: 120 C, SSP1, 2 minutes

Add parsley

Heat: off, SSP1, 30 seconds

Transfer mince mixture into a large mixing bowl, set aside

STEP 3/5

Combine ingredients 2 (bulgur wheat, hot water) in a medium bowl

Cover the bowl with a plate and set aside

STEP 4/5

Assemble the Food Processor Attachment

Fit the knife blade

Working in two or three batches add ingredients 3 (raw minced beef, onion, breadcrumbs, mint, spices, salt), into the FP bowl

Add a third of the soaked bulgur wheat into the FP bowl, fit the lid

Use the pulse function in short bursts to blend to a paste, add a little oil if necessary

Transfer the mixture into a medium mixing bowl

Repeat this process with the remaining ingredients

Once processed, use your hands to combine the mixture thoroughly in the bowl

STEP 5/5

Preheat the oven to 180 C

Add half of the Kibbeh mixture (contents of medium mixing bowl) into the baking tin or oven proof dish

Use the back of a spoon or spatula to spread the mixture evenly over the base of the tin/ dish

Add the cooked mince mixture (contents of the frying pan) on top of the kibbeh layer

Add the remaining Kibbeh mixture on top, spread the mixture evenly over the top of the mince layer, ensure it fully covers the mince layer below

Once the top is nice and smooth, use a knife to cut through the kibbeh diagonally to form diamond shaped portions

Drizzle the top with a little oil and bake for 45-50 minutes

Remove from the oven

Allow to cool slightly before serving

Notes