Yemeni Fahsa

Fahsa is a popular meal at lunch in many Yemeni cities. It is a meat stew cooked over a hot fire, in which some chopped vegetables and potatoes are placed. Al-Fahsa differs in its exact ingredients from one region to another in Yemen, but the meat and the method of cooking remain the same.

Yemeni Fahsa


Here is the Ingredients of Yemeni Fahsa.

Ring Ingredients:

  • Two tablespoons of ground fenugreek.
  • Half a bunch of chives.
  • Crushed cloves of garlic.
  • A piece of chopped green pepper.
  • Sliced ​​chili pepper.
  • A few grains of cumin.
  • Salt as needed.

Meat Ingredients:

  • Half a kilogram of meat, cut into medium-sized cubes.
  • Two potatoes, cut into cubes.
  • a little salt;
  • Two tablespoons of vegetable oil.
  • Crushed cloves of garlic.
  • A piece of hot green pepper.

Tomato sauce ingredients:

  • One tomato, cut into small cubes.
  • A tablespoon of vegetable oil.
  • a little salt;
  • Half a head of chopped onion.
  • A tablespoon of tomato puree.

How to prepare

Preparing the meat:

  • Put a little oil in a pressure cooker, and heat it over a medium heat.
  • Add onions, garlic, red peppers, and green peppers, and stir until all of them wilt.
  • Add the meat pieces, and stir the ingredients until the color of the meat changes.
  • Add potatoes, salt, and stir again.
  • Immerse the ingredients in an appropriate amount of water, and leave the mixture on the fire until it boils.
  • Close the pressure cooker, and leave the ingredients inside for at least half an hour.

Prepare the sauce:

  • Heat the oil in a suitable size pot.
  • Wither the onions, then put the tomatoes, tomato paste, and stir the ingredients a little.
  • Add salt, and leave the mixture over a low heat until it becomes thick.

Prepare the ring:

  • Soak the fenugreek powder in water for at least two hours.
  • Drain the fenugreek, and mix it well until it gets a creamy consistency.
  • Put the chives, hot red pepper, green capsicum, mashed garlic, cumin, and salt in the bowl of an electric mixer.
  • Pour the mixture over the creamy ring, gradually, while stirring constantly.
  • Crumble the meat pieces, add the tomato sauce, and stir the ingredients well.
  • Cook the above mixture in a clay pot.
  • Add the fenugreek mixture to the face of the pottery after the mixture boils.
  • Serve Yemeni Fahsa on your trip hot.

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