"Pacha" is the most popular and distinguished dish in Iraq. It is served with the Iraqi tandoori bread that is soaked in in boiled sheep’s head broth. a side of "Tourshi", a mixture of pickled vegetables. And while the cheek and tongue are considered the best morsels, most people do not eat the very delicious, mushy and juicy Eyeballs. The Iraqis enjoy the part that comes to breaking into the skullition to eat the brain. The Pacha usually cooked in the broth including the sheep’s feet and stomach (stuffed with rice, sultana, spices, and almond).
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