Moloukhiya Leaves is the basic ingredient in cooking the Egyptian Green Soup called Moloukhiya. Moloukhiya is a deep green leaf a bit like spinach or chard. They are slightly gummy which thickens the soup.

Spinach or chard leaves are a good substitute for Moloukhiya leaves if they are not available.

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