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    • Elizabeth Ranger (Bubble Tea for Dinner)

      Kabuni is a traditional Albanian dessert. Kabuni is made of rice fried in butter, mutton broth (ram's neck only), raisins (rinsed first in warm water), a little bit of salt and then boiled. Then, the sugar, cinnamon and ground cloves are added. Kabuni is served cold.

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