Molokhia is a savoury leaf which enhances Middle Eastern dishes with green, vegetative flavours. It has bitter, spinach-notes, and an okra-like slipperiness when cooked. Molokhia is the key ingredient in Egypt’s national soup dish, molokia, which cooks the leaves in stock with garlic and coriander. It can be eaten alone, or poured over rice. Also try adding the dried molokhia leaves to lamb stews and chicken broths.