Traditional Iraqi Fritters - Uroug Or Kebab Tawa
Uroug is fritter composed of meat and vegetables mixed with dough then fried as patties. Thus the name Kabab Tawa or meat patties cooked in a frying pan. Recipes for Uroug vary from family to family. Some make it with ground lamb others make it with finely minced beef. They are traditionally prepared for supper, or during Suhur ( pre-dawn breakfast during the Ramadan fasting). Left overs can also be torn up and mixed with egg for breakfast.