It may be made of either wheat flour, or corn flour, or boiled barley. The flour is mixed in a special way over heat using a wooden stick called (Al-Miswat). The flour is stirred continuously during cooking until there are no flour masses (Al-Kard). Usually, Al-Aseedah is eaten with soup or yoghurt. The way of eating Al-Aseedah is different from other dishes, because eating Al-Aseedah is done by first taking a bite of the dough to make a hole in its middle in the size of an Arabic coffee cup, then, the hole is filled with broth or yoghurt and eaten. ​
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