Saturday, 1 April 2017

Wyandotte Street shop churning out famed Mosul-style meat pie

Wyandotte Street shop churning out famed Mosul-style meat pie

Posted: Mar 31, 2017 (CBC)

Kubba Kamil owner Kamil Youans with his son, Waseem.

Kubba is the Iraqi word for what many in Windsor know as "kibbeh."
In 2012, the raw version of the dish attracted a lot of attention because the local health unit said it couldn't be served.

But there's more to kibbeh — or kubba — than the raw variety.
At its core, the classic mixture of ground meat, onions and bulgur wheat can be prepared in a variety of ways. Some people fry it. Others bake it. You can even find it in a soup.
Kubba Kamil is a shop in Wyandotte Town Centre that specializes in a style of kubba named for the Iraqi city of Mosul.

Mosul-style kubba is essentially a thin meat pie that is boiled and, optionally, fried. It's popular across Iraq — and increasingly, in Windsor.

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