The Moroccan is now accused of murdering her boyfriend then chopping up his body and serving it to Pakistani workers in the United Arab Emirates.
The woman cooked a feast of Machboos - a traditional Gulf dish made with rice and meat, very similar to biryani to serve the workers.
The unnamed woman carried out the killing at her home in Al Ain after her boyfriend of seven years said he was planning to marry someone else in Morocco, prosecutors say.
She confessed to police, calling it a moment of "insanity", state-owned newspaper The National reports.
According to police, the woman first told the brother that she had kicked the victim out of the home.
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A friend is alleged to have helped her to dispose of the body, but they deny witnessing anything relating to the case.
The victim's brother noticed a human tooth in the blender, which led to the woman's arrest and revelation of the crime. The woman admitted in court that she and her husband had committed the crime, and neighbors alleged that they believed they had been served the remains at a gathering.
A DNA test later confirmed that the tooth belonged to the missing man.
Police have said that the investigation is still open and the woman will be brought to trial once it's complete.
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