Mallow Salad, Marva Parviflora, خبيزة (Jordanian) (Palestinian)

khobbeizeh, oil, lemon

Khobbeizeh is a wild green plant that has traditionally been harvested in the Middle East and Northern Africa. The name of this plant means mallow in Arabic, and it typically refers to little mallow or Marva parviflora. This plant is most commonly collected for its young tender leaves, although all parts of the plant are edible. It is fried in oil and mixed with fresh lemon juice. It is commonly served as side dishes to rice or pita bread. This …

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Modified Aug. 4, 2020

Created July 26, 2020 by: foodmaster

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