Koshari: even though labeled as the “National dish of Egypt,” it is actually said to have come from an Indian origin. Koshari is Egypt’s beloved dish; whether you eat it from a street vendor or a fancy restaurant, it will always keep its original ingredients and unique taste. It consists of rice, brown lentils, macaroni noodles, small macaroni, tomato sauce, chickpeas and crispy onion garnish with your preferred edition of hot sauce and Da’a (garlic and vinegar sauce). According to My Koshary’s website, the name Koshari comes from the Indian “khichri” which refers to a dish of rice and lentils.


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