Stew of the Pharaohs. Molokhia Egyptian Beef Stew My mother-in-law, a Sephardic Jew from Egypt, makes this for most family gatherings and serves it instead of matzah ball soup at our seders. Molokhia (Photo: karimitsu/iStock) Molokhia is a soup made from the leaves of the molokhia plant, which is also known as "Jew's Mallow." The plant is difficult to find fresh but is available. Molokhia (Melokiyah, etc.) is a traditional dish in Egypt and Sudan — some people believe it originated among Egyptians during the time of the Pharaohs.

Stew of the Pharaohs Along with the title Pharaoh for later rulers. The curse of the pharaohs or the mummy's curse is a curse alleged to be cast upon anyone who disturbs the mummy of an ancient Egyptian, especially a pharaoh. This curse, which does not differentiate between thieves and archaeologists, is claimed to cause bad luck, illness, or death. You can have Stew of the Pharaohs using 19 ingredients and 13 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Stew of the Pharaohs

  1. Prepare 8-10 of boneless skinless chicken thighs.
  2. You need 1 cup of pearl barley.
  3. It’s 4 of x 900 ml chicken stock.
  4. Prepare 3 of medium carrots, finely chopped.
  5. You need 1 can of diced tomatoes with liquid.
  6. Prepare 1 tbsp of minced fresh ginger.
  7. You need 1/2 cup of finely chopped fresh cilantro.
  8. It’s 1 of onion finely chopped.
  9. You need 1 tbsp of cumin.
  10. It’s 1 tsp of turmeric.
  11. You need 1 tsp of sweet paprika.
  12. It’s 1 tsp of ground cinnamon.
  13. It’s 3 cloves of garlic minced.
  14. Prepare 1 1/2 cups of died red lentils.
  15. It’s of zest and juice of 3 limes.
  16. Prepare 2 tbsp of lemon juice.
  17. It’s of kosher salt.
  18. Prepare of ground black pepper.
  19. You need 3 tbsp of cooking oil.

Pharaohs were typically male, although there were some noteworthy female leaders, like Hatshepsut and Cleopatra. Hatshepsut, in particular, was a successful ruler, but many inscriptions and monuments about her were destroyed after her death—perhaps to stop future women from becoming pharaohs. After their deaths, many pharaohs were entombed and surrounded by riches they were meant to use in. The Pharaohs were not only Heads of State but also the highest priests, and were worshipped as gods.

Stew of the Pharaohs instructions

  1. Heat a large pot over medium high heat and add oil.
  2. Sprinkle salt and pepper over chicken. add to pot and cook until evenly browned, about 10 minutes in total. Remove chicken..
  3. Add carrots, ginger, and onion. Saute for about 6 minutes until soft, constantly stirring..
  4. Add garlic. Saute another 2 minutes while stirring.
  5. Add all spices, cilantro and can of diced tomato with liquid. Saute 3 minutes, while stirring constantly..
  6. Return chicken and any liquid from chicken back to pot..
  7. Add all 4 cartons of chicken stock to pot.
  8. Add zest and juice from 3 limes. Bring to a boil..
  9. Add pearl barley to pot, reduce heat to a simmer, cover, and set a timer for 20 minutes.
  10. After 20 min add red lentils to pot and cover. Set timer for another 25 minutes.
  11. After timer ends, remove all pieces of chicken to a plate and shred with 2 forks..
  12. Return shredded chicken to pot and add lemon juice. Remove from heat and let rest for 10 minutes..
  13. Enjoy served with fresh Naan bread or fresh baguette. Also, a tablespoon of plain yogurt added to bowl is excellent..

Their power was absolute and they were expected to perform certain duties and govern judicially with harmony, balance, peace and order. Their rule was enforced throughout the land via regional administrative units. A Pharaoh was the most important and powerful person in the kingdom. He was the head of the government and high priest of every temple. The people of Egypt considered the pharaoh to be a half-man, half-god.