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Mjadra - recipe advice needed

sweet100s | Dec 20, 201411:13 AM     10

This morning's breakfast was a hit -

Green Bottom layer - Arugula with an olive oil spritz
Brown Middle layer - Mjadra
White and red top layer - 1.5 cast iron skillet fried eggs with sriracha on top

The Mjadra was from a container of something that looked interesting from my favorite middle eastern bakery
http://www.phoeniciabakery.com/
in Austin, Texas.

Since everyone liked it so much, I retrieved the container lid from the trash bin to see what it was called: Mjadra

Here's a recipe I found from Food Network for: Mujadara
"Lebanese Lentils, Rice and Caramelized Onions"

Does this look loke a good Mjadra recipe to anyone more familiar with lebanese cooking?

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/aa...

Lebanese Lentils, Rice and Caramelized Onions Mujadara
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