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Kibbeh caution: Raw recipes perfect for foodborne pathogens

October 19, 2017: The FoodSafetyNews and USDA

"Kibbeh is a Middle Eastern and North African dish traditionally prepared with a combination of red meat, usually beef or lamb, raw onion, cracked wheat, and spices. Although there are some versions of the dish that are baked or fried (such as Kibbeh raas, quipe, Kubba halab, or Kibbeh bil sinieh), others (like Kibbeh nayyeh) are prepared and served raw."
"Raw meat has been linked to numerous food poisoning outbreaks."
"Alternative preparations for the traditional kebbeh dish, such as frying or baking, make it possible to eat the dish safely when the meat is cooked to 160 degrees F, as measured by a meat thermometer."

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