Kibbeh is a broad term that traditionally refers to a minced meat and bulgur dough stuffed with a variety of fillings. There is also a subset of vegetarian kibbeh popular in Christian communities during Lent that follow a similar format, but forgo the meat for seasonal vegetables. There is a saying that claims Aleppo is the mother of all stuffed vegetables/mahashi and kibbeh (حلب أم المحاشي و الكبب) boasting more than 100 different types of kibbeh.