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Veggie Kibbie Receipe?

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Help please! I have discovered an incredibly addictive food! Called veggie kibbie and sold at our local Lebanese deli - It is like a spreadable paste, and has potato, bulgur, pepper paste, tomato paste and mint. I believe that's it. Looking online, I see lots of veggie kibbie recipies, but none that look like this one. Does anyone know anything about this dish, and how to make it??

Thank you!

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  1. I think you have the wrong name. Kibbe are fritters or cakes not spreads

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    1. re: chefj

      Kibbeh nayyeh is a "spread" of sorts.

      Normally I have vegetable kibbeh fried, but I figure if you serve it raw, you've got exactly what lovessushi is looking for. Just take your boiled potatoes and pulse them with rehydrated bulgur, onions, salt, tomato and pepper paste and your spices (I'd go with cumin, coriander and allspice for potatoes). Serve with a squeeze of lemon juice and mint leaves. You may also want to look up vegetarian Çiğ köfte recipes.

      1. re: JungMann

        @JungMann that's exactly it! The pepper paste is red pepper paste? Where might I find this? I will look up the vegetarian kofte recipes. Thank you!!

        1. re: lovessushi

          It's not quite red pepper paste. It is a combination of sun dried hot peppers. You can find this at Middle Eastern stores (where it is often labeled in Turkish as salcasi biber), but you can always substitute red pepper paste if you can find it in an Italian store or a gourmet market. Alternatively you can roast some red hot and sweet peppers and puree them with your potatoes or just omit them. Pepper paste is a regional ingredient and not always included in kibbeh.

          1. re: JungMann

            Thank you - so helpful. I am looking forward to trying it this weekend