17.4.06

Zumeeta زميطة

عبود زميطة مغمس فى العسل مع طاسة حليب عالصبح تخلى يومك يمشى مية مية

Zumeeta , honey and a cup of milk , I call it ZumeetaFlakes because it is the best thing to start your day with and believe me it's healthy 100% ,make 3abood dip it in honey eat it then drink little milk the will get mixed inside you and make you full the rest of the day, especially the Zumeeta my grandma makes , I don't know what she put in it exactly but it taste so good .

I was wondering I want to know what else do you eat Zumeeta with , we eat it with Rub , Ruman , Bsal , Tamir , Lban , that's all I can think of right now but I am sure there are some other things you eat with Zumeeta .


13 comments:

A.Adam said...

With some of butter, Un délice.
try it and tell me ;)
by the way I saw some change on your blog template and now it's gone am I right or just dreaming?

khadijateri said...

uuuugh! I think Zumeeta was food for when Libyans were too poor to afford 'real' food. Yuck! Even worse is ibsisa!

Libyano said...

I've tried it with butter too before it's nice but using the butter my grandma makes , and yes there are some changes in the blog cos I removed some stuff like the clock on top .

Mrs Khadija I dont agree with you because what appears to be food of poor is actually rich in healthy stuff ,and second of all it really depends on who made this Zumeeta cos sometimes it's Yucky as you said , and for the Bsisa I dont like it that much too because of 7ilba which have this ugly smell .

Noor said...

Ummmmm…
something new to me!!!
Thank you for sharing this with us.

A.Adam said...

Khadija, it's seems that you have a bad idea about libyan food, in winter always Bsisa is my first thing to eat with date!

Trabilsia said...

Have you heard of the Zumeeta Shake?
We get our Zumeeta from Zuara (contains no helba and sugarless).

In a blender combine the following :
Cold milk
Ibsisa
Honey
Blend at high speed and serve.

Friends and family members who have ulcers swear by it.( when used instead of an evening meal).

Libyano said...

Sounds like a good mix Trabilsisa ,I will try it and see how it tastes .

Trabilsia said...

Sorry for writing ibsisa instead of zumeeta in the shake ingredients(was in a rush as always !)Have you tried it ???
I enjoy the Zuara Ibsisa and Zumeeta cause they both don't contain any 7ILBA.

Libyano said...

thanx trabilsia ,I still didnt try it and I think I will try both with bsisa and with zumeeta .

Anonymous said...

zummeeta used to rock my world...now I dont eat it much anymore because i overdosed on it back in the day when we were living in libya...

Anonymous said...

Zumeeta is very tasty and very healthy. I like to add brown (or white) sugar to the top and eat it by hand with a glass of cold milk :)

Possible to find it in Tripoli, can be found anywhere in Zuara

Ahmed Dautovic said...

For a few months now, 6 out of 7 days a week, I have zumeeta for breakfast with honey, milk, dates, even eggs sometimes.

It's healthy and loaded with fibers which is a great option for breakfast.

Ahmed Dautovic said...

And for the lady who said yuck and it's not real food.

In 16th-century Naples, a galette flatbread was referred to as a pizza. Known as the dish for poor people, it was sold in the street and was not considered a kitchen recipe for a long time. (Source: Wikipedia)

So, using your logic for the "poor" people's food, should well all yuck pizza too?