Egyptian Koshari is a popular dish originated in the 19th century as a way to use up the odds and ends leftover in the pantry. Small quantities of lentils, rice, macaroni, chickpeas, tomato sauce, onions, garlic, oil, vinegar, etc are usually used as a means to quickly finish the leftover supplies in this single dish. It is usually made with a combination of many things like rice, grains, lentils and macaroni, garnished with chickpeas and crispy fried onions. A hot sauce is usually drizzled on top. This is a great one pot dish for a sudden dinner party or a weeknight dinner.
Serve Egyptian Koshari as a wholesome weeknight meal along with Light And Healthy Spinach Soup.
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