Original recipe yields 8 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Very good. I just have a couple tweaks. I added a few pods of cardamom and a chopped onion to the lamb, and strained the broth after the lamb finished cooking. Instead of jameed el-kasih (VERY h...
If you don't have goat's milk, use yogurt mixed with some whole milk to thin it out.
thanks Nova for the recipe.I love mansaf but jameed al kaseeh is not that good .I usually bring real jameed from jordan when i go to visit.thanks again
This recipe is very good, but my Husband who was born in Kuwait, raised in Iraq and lived in Jordan for 6 years said they serve this dish with more lamb milk broth then this. Also you should hav...
I don't use a pressure cooker, but still turns out great. I use the dried yogurt and soak it the night before. I garnish this with toasted pine nuts, and chopped fresh parsely.
i cooked mensaf many times, i never use olive oil since the jameed (goat's milk) is heavy and the oil might spoil its flavor, i put meat pieces in a large pot with some pepper and one whole onio...