Kabuni

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Kabuni
TypeDessert
Place of originAlbania
Serving temperatureCold
Main ingredientsRice, butter, mutton broth, raisins, sugar, cinnamon, cloves

Kabuni is a traditional Albanian dessert.[1][2] It is made of rice fried in butter, mutton broth (ram's neck only), raisins (rinsed first in warm water), and some salt. It is then boiled before sugar, cinnamon, and ground cloves are added. It is served cold.

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  1. ^ Pearl Violette Newfield Metzelthin, Tony Sarg: World wide cook book: menus and recipes of 75 nations. J. Messner, 1939. p. 238 - 241.[1]
  2. ^ Zaimi, Nexhmie: Daughter of the eagle: the autobiography of an Albanian girl, Nexhmie Zaimi. I. Washburn, inc., 1937, p. 29 - 31.[2]