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Best Arabic Cuisine

Best Arabic Cuisine, Famous Arabic cuisine(Oman, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and UAE)

Selecting the best Arabic foods and writing about them is an enjoyable task. Sitting in an Arabic restaurant and savoring a meal rooted in the rich history of the Middle East. Middle Eastern countries are known for their diverse culinary culture, forming a table filled with a variety of delicious dishes. But why have we dedicated this article from FlySepehran blog to introducing famous Arabic foods? Because a significant portion of international tourists come from Arabic-speaking nations. So, the more you know about their culinary culture, the more professionally and high-quality you can host Arabic-speaking tourists.

On the other hand, Arabic-speaking countries have always been among the top destinations for international tourists, whether those attracted to the glamour of the UAE or those embarking on a journey to explore the indigenous culture of Oman.

Here you have a comprehensive list of the best Arabic foods along with the ingredients used in their preparation. In Sepehran blog, you can learn more about the culinary cultures of different nations worldwide.

 

What you’ll read about the most delicious Arabic foods in this article:

  • The best Arabic foods according to the World Food Atlas
  • The best Arabic foods according to CNN
  • Famous Arabic dishes in Oman
  • Delicious Arabic foods in Saudi Arabia
  • The best Arabic foods in Kuwait
  • Arabic foods in the United Arab Emirates

The Best Arabic Foods

According to Taste Atlas Taste Atlas (https://www.tasteatlas.com), with the slogan “Travel the world, eat local,” has compiled an encyclopedia of tastes and flavors of traditional and local dishes from all around the world, along with the ingredients used in their preparation. In this atlas, more than ten thousand dishes are introduced, and tens of thousands of fragrant and flavorful dishes from around the world are still under review and study. As a reliable reference for introducing the best Arabic foods, we decided to first turn to Taste Atlas and provide you with a list of famous Arabic dishes from the perspective of this encyclopedia.

The best Arabic foods according to the World Food Atlas

Row

English name Arabic name Compounds

Type

1

Kubaneh كبانة A popular Yemeni bread made from flour, sugar, salt, and butter. This traditional breakfast dish is often garnished with black cumin seeds.

Breakfast

2

Chicken Kabouli قبولي دجاج

Alqabuli is a traditional Omani dish made with rice. To prepare this dish, rice is flavored with a combination of Omani spices and ground spices like cardamom, coriander, cloves, and cinnamon.

The flavored rice is served with caramelized onions and pieces of pre-seasoned, boiled, and fried chicken. This dish is often garnished with dates, chickpeas, potatoes, and peanuts.

Main Course

3 Omani Chicken Biryani برياني دجاج عماني Omani Chicken Biryani is a type of rice dish that, like other Arabic biryanis, consists of rice along with pieces of chicken (leg or breast). Although Omani Chicken Biryani is not as spicy as some other chicken biryanis, it is still a fragrant dish and is usually served with cucumber raita (a type of Arabic condiment), lime, and onion slices.

Main Course

4

Mishkak المشاکیک

Mishkak: Among Oman’s local dishes, Mishkak is a popular street snack made from beef, chicken, or lamb. This dish consists of flavorful chunks of meat skewered and grilled. The meat is cut into small bite-sized pieces and marinated in a mixture of various spices, including black pepper, cardamom, cumin, ginger, garlic, chili powder, coriander, fenugreek, cinnamon, salt, coriander, tamarind paste, salt, oil, and water to create a flavorful marinade.

Aside from marinating it for a relatively long time, the key to making a perfectly juicy Mishkak is to grill the meat precisely at the right moment over the fire.

This popular street food is typically served with spicy tamarind sauce or chili sauce and a salad of greens. Alternatively, you can place it inside warm bread and enjoy it as a sandwich.

Main Course

5

Areeka العريكة Al-Areekah is a traditional Yemeni dessert made from a combination of mashed dates and crushed bread, enriched with ingredients such as cream, condensed milk, honey, and spices. This dessert is garnished with honey, almond slivers, and even grated cheese.

Dessert – snack

6

Omani Halwa حلوى عمانية Omani Halwa is a type of gelatinous and sticky sweet similar to other halwas, made from water, sugar, butter, and cornflour. Omani Halwa can be adorned with anything from rosewater and saffron to dried fruits and nuts. It is typically enjoyed with Arabic coffee.

Dessert

7

Saltah سلتة This hearty stew is usually cooked for lunch. The main base of this dish is a meat stew prepared with lamb and a mixture of bell peppers, tomatoes, garlic, and chopped greens. Common additions to this dish include rice, potatoes, and eggs.

Main Course

8

Jalamah الجلمة Jalamah is a dish originating from Saudi Arabia, consisting of pieces of lamb cooked with fat, onions, and a blend of Arabic spices such as cardamom, cinnamon, coriander, and black pepper. It is served with rice or bread.

Main Course

9

Gers Ogaily كيكة قرص العقيلي Kuwaiti Sponge Cake is cooked in large pans. Gers Ogaily is prepared by mixing simple egg batter flavored with saffron, cardamom, and rosewater. Sometimes, this cake is baked in smaller molds and served as a single-serving dessert. Both versions (large or small) are garnished with sesame seeds.

Dessert

10

Khanfaroosh خنفروش Khanfaroosh is a deep-fried dessert similar to donuts and is common in countries around the Persian Gulf, including Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, and the UAE. It is made from wheat flour, rice flour, eggs, baking powder, sugar, saffron, cardamom, and rosewater. It is enjoyed with tea and coffee.

Dessert

11

Ma’amoul المعمول Ma’amoul is a traditional pastry filled with fruits and nuts such as dates, walnuts, and pistachios. It’s not uncommon to sprinkle powdered sugar on top of these pastries for added sweetness. This pastry is often served with coffee or tea and enjoyed throughout the day.

Dessert

12

Balaleet بلالیط An Arabic breakfast that is made from vermicelli noodles, eggs, cardamom, saffron, butter, and water, but it can also include ingredients like rosewater, dried fruits, and honey.

Breakfast

13 Ruz al Bukhari رز بخاري Ruz al Bukhari is a rice dish popular throughout the Persian Gulf countries. Middle Eastern people believe that this dish gets its name from the city of Bukhara. Various spices such as cinnamon, cardamom, star anise, cumin, coriander seeds, fennel seeds, fenugreek, and black pepper are used in cooking this dish. The main ingredients for preparing this dish are chicken, veal, or lamb meat combined with long-grain rice, which is cooked in meat broth

Main Course

14

Shuwa لحم شواء التنور العماني Shuwa is often recognized as Oman’s national dish. This dish is prepared with chunks of lamb, goat, beef, or camel meat along with bones, cooked in a blend of spices such as chili pepper, cardamom, cloves, cumin, and coriander. Traditionally, the flavorful meat is wrapped in banana or date leaves and placed in a pit of fire to cook thoroughly. Once the meat is ready, it is served on a bed of rice.

Main Course

15

Shakshouka شكشوكة A colorful combination of poached eggs in a spicy tomato sauce creates a breakfast dish known as Shakshouka. Making this dish is straightforward; onions, tomatoes, and spices are simmered in a skillet to form a delicious tomato sauce. Then, the eggs are added directly to the tomato sauce and poached until cooked.

Breakfast

16

Machboos Laham مجبوس To prepare Machboos Laham, the national dish of all Arabic-speaking people, rice and meat are combined with a mixture of caramelized onions, raisins, and yellow lentils. This dish is cooked with pieces of lamb, chicken, or fish and flavored with spices such as cardamom, cinnamon, turmeric, cumin, pepper, and ginger

Main Course

17

Mumawash مموش This classic Kuwaiti dish is a combination of rice and mung beans. Mung beans are sautéed with onions and various spices such as cinnamon, turmeric, coriander, saffron, and dried lime, mixed with rice. Then, it is slowly simmered in a flavorful meat broth until it reaches the desired consistency.

Main Course

18

Saloona صالونة الدجاج This dish is a classic Arabic stew that is typically prepared and enjoyed as a homemade meal. The most common variety is made with chicken, but it can also be made with vegetables, various other types of meat, or fish as the main ingredient. It is a hearty meat stew flavored with tomatoes, caramelized onions, garlic, ginger, and herbs.

Main Course

19

‌Dajaj Mahmar دجاج محمر One of the most famous Bahraini dishes is ” Dajaj Mahmar,” which is traditionally cooked with rice and served with grilled fish, lamb shanks, or chicken. This dish is sweet, and its sweetness is derived from date syrup or honey.

Main Course

20

karak or Karak Chai  

شاي كرك

 

The national drink of Qatar is karak or Karak Chai, which is made with black tea, cardamom, saffron, and milk. However, you can also use sugar and other spices like cinnamon and ginger in its preparation. Most Qataris start their day by drinking this tea.

Beverages

21

Dajaj Mashwi دجاج مشوي Dajaj Mashwi is a specialty dish from Saudi Arabia, prepared with boneless chicken breast. The chicken breast is marinated, seasoned, and grilled. Common ingredients used for seasoning the chicken include paprika or red pepper powder, ginger, garlic, onions, black pepper, salt, oil, and lemon juice. The spicy and flavorful chicken is typically served with garlic sauce and a special salad, making it a delightful meal

Main Course

22

Saleeg سلیق Saleeg, originally from the Hijaz region, is a traditional dish in Saudi Arabia. It is prepared with short-grain rice and cooked meat. Chicken is the most common meat used for making this dish, and it is often precooked with spices before being sautéed. The rice is also cooked in the same meat broth.

Main Course

23

Quzi / Quozi قوزی Quozi, also known as Quozi, is another excellent Arab rice-based dish made with lamb, vegetables, and nuts.
It is garnished with various fresh herbs and aromatic spices.

Main Course

24

Masoub مصعوب Masoub is an Arab dessert popular throughout the Arabian Peninsula. This dish is primarily made from mashed bananas and bread and is typically enriched with butter, cream, spices, honey, and dates

Dessert / Breakfast

25

Zhoug ژوگ/ سَحاوِق/بسباس/ مَعبوج This is a traditional Middle Eastern condiment made from hot green or red peppers, garlic, cilantro, cumin, cardamom, salt, and various spices. There are different variations of this sauce, so people often add other ingredients like mint or lemon juice to it. What matters is that Zhug should always have a spicy flavor. This condiment is often served with grilled meat or used as a sandwich sauce.

condiment

26

Aseeda عصيدة To make Aseeda, flour, water, saffron, and honey are mixed together over heat to form a cohesive dough.

Dessert

27

Machboos Laham مجبوس لحم Machboos Laham is a combination of rice and meat with a mixture of sautéed onions, raisins, and chickpeas. This dish is typically prepared with pieces of lamb, chicken, or fish and seasoned with various spices like cardamom, cinnamon, turmeric, cumin, pepper, and ginger.

Main Course

28 Hininy

حنيني

Hininy is a traditional Saudi Arabian dish made from dates, butter, and brown bread. The entire concoction is flavored with spices like saffron and cardamom. Its origins lie in the Najd region, and it is particularly popular during the winter.

Dessert

29 Mathroobi

مضروبة

Mathroobi is a popular Qatari dish made from chicken marinated in a rich cream of wheat, onions, tomatoes, saffron, and various spices. This dish is traditionally served during the iftar meal in the month of Ramadan. While it may not appear appetizing, its bold flavors have transformed it into a truly delicious dish.

Main Course

30

Gursan القرصان Al-Qursan is one of Saudi Arabia’s national dishes, prepared by placing thin, dry bread sheets over meat and vegetables in a meat-based broth until the bread absorbs all the delicious flavors. The end result is not a soup but rather a hearty, nourishing, and delightful dish. Main Course

31

Qishr

قشر/ قهوة القشر

Qishr is a traditional Yemeni herbal tea made from coffee husks, ginger, sugar, and sometimes cinnamon. In the past, qishr was a popular beverage among Muslim Sufis used in religious ceremonies. However, today it is recognized as a global beverage and is considered a cost-effective alternative to coffee.

Beverages

32

Umm Ali

ام علی

While there are several recipes for preparing this dessert, Umm Ali is usually made with puff pastry and a mixture of sugar, milk, and pieces of coconut. This mixture is often garnished with raisins, pistachios, and cinnamon, and baked in the oven until it takes on a golden-brown color. This dessert can be served either hot or cold.

Dessert

 

The Best Arabic Foods According to CNN

Since major news magazines are interested in all topics, we decided to turn to CNN, the news magazine, to explore the best Arabic foods and conduct a search through its pages. The results of this web search are sometimes similar to the World Food Atlas report and sometimes different. However, it is enough to introduce us to famous Arabic foods. 

The Best Middle Eastern Foods According to CNN

Row

English name Arabic name Compounds

Type

1

Hummus حمص Soaked chickpeas, fresh lemon, olive oil, garlic, yogurt, a few ice cubes.

Appetizer

2

Manakish مناقیش Flour, yeast, oregano, ground beef, pizza cheese, yogurt, olive oil.

Appetizer / Main Course

3

Foul Meddamas الفول المدمس Canned beans, garlic, tomatoes, parsley, olive oil

Breakfast

4

Falafel فلافل  Soaked chickpeas, parsley, cilantro, onions, garlic, sesame, cumon, baking powder.

Main Course

5

Tabouleh التبولة Tomatoes, parsley, onions, mint, bulgur, olive oil, fresh lemon juice.

salad

6

Moutabal/Baba Ghanoush باباغنوج/ متبل باذنجان  Eggplant, tomatoes, pomegranate molasses or seeds, olive oil, garlic, fresh lemon juice, mint.

Appetizer

7

Fattoush فتوش Cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, parsley, dried mint, black olives, small pieces of toasted bread (usually samboosa dough fried in hot oil).

Appetizer / salad

8

Umm ali ام علی Puff pastry, sugar, butter, cream, condensed milk, coconut, sliced almonds, pistachios.

Dessert

9

Shanklish الشنكليش Greek yogurt, black sesame seeds, oregano, red pepper powder.

Dessert

10

Shawarma شاورما Chicken breast, yogurt, fresh lemon juice, ginger, garlic, onions, shawarma spices

fast food

11

Shish Tawook شیش طاووق 5pieces of chicken squares, fresh lemon juice, olive oil, colorful bell peppers

Main Course

12

Dolma دولمة  Vermicelli, rice, ground beef, potatoes, pomegranate molasses, tomato paste, spices.

Main Course

13

Quwarmah Al Dajaj دجاج کورما Indian rice, chicken breast, spices like red pepper, turmeric, ginger, cream, cilantro.

Main Course

14

Mansaf المنسف  Indian rice, lamb meat, cardamom, spices, grape leaves.

Main Course

15

Kebab Karaz کباب الکرز  Ground beef, pita bread, roasted pine nuts, cherries, parsley, spices.

Main Course

16

Baklava البقلاوه Baklava dough, walnuts, sugar, lemon zest, rosewater, pistachios, oil.

Dessert

17

Knafeh الكنافة Kunafa dough, breakfast cream, sugar, cardamom, butter.

Dessert

18

Iraqi masgouf سمك المسكوف العراقي Grilled carp fish, fresh orange juice or lemon juice, pomegranate molasses, sumac

Main Course

 

Famous Arabic Foods in Oman

Oman is one of the top destinations in the Middle East, and while it stands in stark contrast to many of the glitzy Arabic-speaking countries, it is an ideal destination for international tourists. The main reason for attracting tourists to this country and its capital, Muscat, is its native culture, which includes Arabic cuisine as an integral part. Book your plane ticket to Muscat now, pack your bags, and get ready to experience the famous Arabic foods in Oman.

 

Famous Arabic Foods in Oman

Row

English name Arabic name Compounds

Type

1 Majboos مجبوس Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to the World Food Atlas

Main Course

2

Shuwa شووا Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to the World Food Atlas

Main Course

3

Mashuai سمك كنعد مشوي Another delicious dish that Omanis love is Mashuai. This dish consists of grilled fish and rice served with lemon sauce

Main Course

4 Mushaltat فطيرة مشلتت A famous and delicious dish among Omanis is a type of soft bread that is filled with honey, meat, spinach, or cheese. This bread is made from refined wheat flour and is filled with various ingredients in the form of thin cakes

snack / Main Course

5 Shawarma شاورما Shawarma, a popular Omani sandwich, is made from meat seasoned with spices and pickled vegetables. Shawarma is often served with french fries

Fast food

muscat travel guid

The Most Delicious Foods in Saudi Arabia

Most international tourists associate Saudi Arabia primarily with the global pilgrimage event of Hajj, while this country strives to become a successful example of a sustainable tourism destination in the Middle East. The attention and preservation of traditional foods with rich histories and their generational cooking methods are an integral part of a nation’s culture and preserving cultural roots is synonymous with sustainable tourism practices.

If you intend to visit this forward-thinking destination in the future, it’s worth knowing more about the most delicious foods in Saudi Arabia.

Famous Arabic Foods in Saudi Arabia

Row

English name Arabic name Compounds

Type

1

Kabsa الكبسة/مجبوس Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to the World Food Atlas

Main Course

2

Matazeez المطازیز This is a traditional Saudi Arabian dish in which flattened meatballs are cooked and served in a rich stew with vegetables and spices.

Main Course

3

Madfoun مدفون This dish is a combination of meat, rice, and spices. It has a mild flavor and a soft texture, a result of simmering the rice and meat for hours.

Main Course

4

Qursan القرصان Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to the World Food Atlas

side dish

5

Jarish جریش This dish is prepared with ground wheat and served with chicken, onions, and chopped rice. This traditional dish is popular throughout the Middle East, especially in Saudi Arabia. While most of the dishes mentioned in this list are rich in rice and meat, Jareesh is suitable for those looking for meals rich in vitamin B

Main Course

6

Saleeg

سلیق Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to the World Food Atlas

Main Course

7

Mofatah Al-Dajaj مفطح بالدجاج This dish consists of pieces of fried and cooked chicken, seasoned with spices, served on a bed of fragrant rice.

Main Course

The Best Arabic Foods in Kuwait

Kuwait is one of the most authentic Arab countries with a rich culture despite its small size. More than any other destination in the Middle East, Kuwait showcases its cultural authenticity to visitors and tourists. If you intend to travel to this destination, purchase a Kuwait flight ticket and prepare to experience the best Arabic foods.

 

       The Best Arabic Foods in Kuwait
Row English name Arabic name Compounds

Type

1

Harees هریس A thick porridge made from wheat and minced meat, usually chicken or lamb, and is often garnished with sugar, cinnamon, and sometimes thyme and cardamom. Wheat is soaked overnight, boiled on the stove, and then ground to create a texture resembling a soup.

Aperitivo/ Main Course

2

Jireesh جیرش A comfortable and classic dish in the Persian Gulf region, typically made by boiling wheat or lentils with lamb or chicken. It is then flavored with various seasonings such as bay leaves, cinnamon sticks, and raisins, along with dried lime, onions, and tomatoes to give it a flavorful taste.

Aperitivo/ Main Course

3

Machboos Laham مجبوس لحم Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to the World Food Atlas

Main Course

4

Mutabbaq Samak: Zubaidi مطبق سمک/زبیدی One of the most popular combinations of fish and rice is a special Kuwaiti dish made with Zubaidi fish. The buttery texture of Zubaidi fish is coated with spices and flour, then fried until golden. Rice is cooked in fish broth and flavored with saffron, onions, garlic, sumac, and parsley to make it flavorful. It is then garnished with herbs, nuts, and raisins and served with mango pickle and onions.

Main Course

5

Quozi قوزی Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to the World Food Atlas

Main Course

6

Maglooba/ Maqluba

 

المقلوبه

 

A popular dish served at family gatherings and occasions, especially in Kuwait, Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and Saudi Arabia, is ” Maqluba.” Maqluba is a traditional layered dish (a type of casserole) known worldwide for its delicious blend of rice, meat, and vegetables.

Main Course

7

Margoog المرقوق One of the beloved traditional dishes in Kuwait is ” Margoog,” a flavorful stew prepared with lamb and vegetables like eggplant and sweet pumpkin, seasoned with onions and spices. Many Kuwaitis emphasize using local lamb meat for this dish rather than imported meats.

Main Course

8 Mandi Laham مندی اللحم Another favorite Kuwaiti dish is “Mandi Laham.” This dish is traditionally prepared with either lamb or chicken in an oven (preferably a clay oven). The pot must be tightly sealed to ensure that the steam from the meat is trapped, keeping the meat tender and moist. Typically, Mandi Laham is served with rice and spices.

Main Course

9 saveTashreeb تشریب This popular dish is beloved among the people of Kuwait during the fall and winter. It’s called “Tashreeb,” and it consists of bread soaked in a meat-based broth. This dish is prepared with chunks of meat, chickpeas, and various spices. They place the bread pieces in a platter and pour the stew over it.

Main Course

10

Mumawash Rubyan or Murabyan مموش روبیان/مرابیان Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to the World Food Atlas

Main Course

11

Shawarma شاورما Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to CNN

Fast food

12 Kebab کباب Kebabs are essentially dishes made from fresh chicken or lamb that are seasoned with flavorful spices and grilled. You can enjoy them with crispy fried potatoes. Typically, kebabs are accompanied by sautéed tomatoes, bell peppers, and parsley.

Main Course

13

Warak Enab ورق‌العنب/ دولمة Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to CNN

Main Course

14

kushari كشري If you’re looking for a combination of Arabic and Egyptian cuisines, you should try Koshari, also known as Kushari, which is a familiar name in Kuwait. This dish is based on rice cooked with lentils and macaroni. It’s a classic steamed dish served with a spicy tomato sauce and vinegar, along with optional garnishes like fried chickpeas and onions.

Main Course

Arab Emirates Cuisine

Arab Emirates Cuisine The United Arab Emirates, a country that has been one of the most rapid pioneers towards modernization among Arab destinations, has also not overlooked preserving its native culture. While traveling to cities like Dubai and Abu Dhabi may evoke thoughts of luxurious journeys, indulging in the best of Arab cuisine can be equally enjoyable even in these destinations. Here are some famous Emirati dishes.

Arab Emirates Cuisine
Row English name Arabic name Compounds

Type

1

Baleelat بلاليط Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to the World Food Atlas

Breakfast

2

Shakshuka شكشوكة Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to the World Food Atlas

Breakfast

3

Chebab bread خبز الجباب Emirati Pancake, known as “Nan Khatai,” is a thin, crispy, and sweet bread that closely resembles American pancakes. The main ingredients for this bread are fine flour, eggs, clarified butter, and yeast. Nan Khatai is usually served with “Chami” cheese (or clotted cream cheese). Chami cheese is a type of salty cheese made from yogurt. They top the Nan Khatai with date syrup and honey and sometimes garnish it with sesame seeds.

Breakfast

4

Khameer Bread خبزالخمیر This bread can be described as one of the softest breads in the world, a round and puffed bread consisting of two layers. Instead of sugar, they use dates to sweeten the bread. Cardamom, saffron, and cardamom are the flavoring ingredients for this bread. When consuming it, you can open the layers of the bread and fill it with butter or clotted cream.

Breakfast

5

Samak Mashwi سمك مشوي There are various methods for grilling fish, including the Emirati style. Samak Mashwi is traditionally cooked in a clay oven along with a sauce made from a mixture of ingredients such as cumin powder, coriander powder, paprika, turmeric powder, dried lime, white vinegar, tomatoes, olive oil, and salt.

Main Course

6

Thereed ترید ” Thereed,” often mistakenly pronounced as “Fareed,” is a popular dish in the Emirates. It is a stew made with chunks of meat (chicken or lamb) and large pieces of potatoes and vegetables. This dish is typically enjoyed with bread.

Main Course

7

Machboos مجبوس Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to the World Food Atlas

Main Course

8

Lamb Ouzi لحم کوزی/قوزی Explanation in the section of the Best Arabic Foods according to the World Food Atlas

Main Course

Note:  In all the tables introducing dishes, you will encounter repeated names, and this repetition is to emphasize the popularity of these dishes among Arabic-speaking nations.

 

Final Word:

Rice and meat (various types of red and white meat) with a combination of diverse spices are considered the main dishes for family meals in Arab countries. Dishes in which meat is served with rice and cooked for a long time with aromatic spices such as turmeric, saffron, ginger, grated lemon zest, bay leaves, and other seasonings and flavorings are usually among the best Arabic dishes, with slight variations in how the dish is served.

When traveling to Arabic-speaking countries, do not miss the opportunity to try traditional Arabic dishes; it’s always best to experience everything at its source.

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