Soup has since the dawn of cookery been such an interesting meal. It is at the heart of all flavour, health and eating. Looking deeply into soups allows us to explore the history of food, the evolution of life and the creation of gastronomy! Yes that is true, check out the link at the end of this post.
Soups are delicious and really good, so maybe you would want to consider serving them even when Ramadan is over. So while here I am posting this delicious traditional Algerian soup of green wheat, chickpeas and tomatoes, known as Chorba Frik, there are so many other soup recipes posted in this website that are worth exploring and making at home, so make sure to check them out too.
This recipe is generously shared here by Radia Yousef, an Algerian doctor turned food blogger at “Rado Touille En Rond“, where she shares her Algerian recipes. If you are a french speaker, check out her blog for a selection of her recipes.