Mombar, known as sheep fawaregh (in Arabic: فوارغ) is a delicious dish brought in the Arab countries, it is made from sheep intestines stuffed with a rice mixture and deep fried in oil. Mombar preparation takes some time and is considered a creamy dish.
- sheep intestines
- tomato sauce
A piece of Mombar (about 100 grams) contains about 149 calories. Some people make it in a healthy way for people with special dietary needs, such as people who are have Diabetes mellitus.
A serving of about 300 grams contains:
- Fat: 14
- Saturated fat: 1
- Cholesterol: 0
- Proteins: 8
The Mombar in Egypt is what is known in Syria as qabwat , which are lambs or sheeps small intestines stuffed with rice. Filling varies and rice remains the main ingredient for filling.
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