(rice (polo) served with kababs such as )
(served with polo (rice) )
Gheimeh or Qeymeh (Persian: قیمه) is a Persian and Mesopotamian stew of which the main ingredients are meat, tomatoes, lentils, onion and lemon or lime. This stew is garnished with aubergine and usually served with rice.
Iraqi Qeema is made with finely diced meat and crushed chickpeas, and is traditionally prepared on a large communal scale at the annual Āshūrā commemorations in southern Iraq. The name qeema is an ancient Akkadian word meaning 'finely chopped'.