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Saudi Tabbouleh

Sunday, March 29th 2020

Saudi Arabia - Saudi Arabian Recipes

Saudi Arabia - Saudi Arabian Recipes

Much of Saudi Arabian cuisine has been inherited from the nomadic Bedouin, who had cherished hospitality and generosity. Spices introduced by a constant influx of foreigners, surrounding Arabic neighbors, and rich Persian cuisine also played a role into the formation of what Saudi cuisine is today.

The national dish of Saudi Arabia is Al-Kabsa. Al-Kabsa is rich dish made of rice cooked with red or white meat or chicken in a pot. A variety of spices and salads can be added to the dish.

A popular way of preparing meat is called Al-Mandi. This utilizes ancient techniques of cooking, first employed when man discovered fire.


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