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Bulgarian bean chorba with tomatoes and red peppers.
Alternative namesCiorbă, shurbah, shorwa, čorba, çorba
TypeSoup or stew
Region or stateBalkans, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, North Africa, Arabia
Main ingredientsWater, Meat, Beans، Vegetables and legumes

Chorba or shorba is a kind stews or rich soups found in national cuisines across the Middle East, Maghreb, Iran, Turkey, Southeast Europe, Central Asia, East Africa and South Asia. It is often prepared with added ingredients but served alone[1] as a broth or with bread.[2]

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  1. "What is Shorba and why is it good for you in winter". Entertainment Times. India. 2019-12-27. Retrieved 2021-05-25.
  2. Roden, Claudia (1974). A Book of Middle Eastern Food. United States: Random House, Inc., New York. p. 109. ISBN 0394-71948-4.