Wyandotte Street shop churning out famed Mosul-style meat piePosted: 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.
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