What bracha is made on
And, for each of the foods, why this is so?
(I do not know what these foods are made but they taste great.)
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Kibbeh is meat deep-fried in a cracked-wheat shell, and Lahme Baajin is like a mini-pizza but made with meat.
As Kibbeh are flour based and fried, they are Mezonot. Lahme Baajin are baked, but because they are stuffed with a filling, they fall under the category of "Pat Haba BeKisnin" and are Mezonot.
Sources: The Shulchan Aruch and my Sephardic-ness.