Qursan is an Arabic dish which consists of dried thin wheat loafs which are saturated with gravy and cooked in a special way.

Qursan is a traditional Arabic dish that is popular in countries like Syria, Jordan, and Lebanon. It consists of dried thin wheat loafs that are soaked in a flavorful gravy and cooked in a unique way. Here are some examples of how Qursan is prepared:

  1. Lamb Qursan: In this dish, the Qursan bread is soaked in a rich lamb and tomato-based gravy, which is flavored with spices like cinnamon, cardamom, and cumin. The bread is then layered with tender pieces of lamb and baked in the oven until crispy and golden.

  2. Chicken Qursan: Similar to the lamb version, this dish features Qursan bread soaked in a fragrant chicken and tomato-based gravy. It is then topped with juicy chicken pieces and baked until the bread is crispy and the chicken is cooked through.

  3. Vegetarian Qursan: For a vegetarian option, Qursan bread can be soaked in a flavorful vegetable stock that is infused with spices and herbs. The bread can then be layered with roasted vegetables like eggplant, zucchini, and bell peppers and baked until crispy and golden.

Qursan is a unique and delicious dish that is beloved throughout the Middle East. It is often served as a main course during special occasions and celebrations.


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