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Chicken ZurbianBy baidooneZurbian is considered as a special occasion rice dish that is usually served in weddings, during the Eid, or when important guests arrive. Surprise your taste buds with the authentic flavor of Yemeni chicken zurbian.
Ballouria Pistachio BaklavaBy ksalmanBallouria with pistachios is one of the most famous Arabic sweets. It is made with konafa dough and stuffed with pistachios, it has a distinctive taste.
Maamoul Cookies With WalnutsBy baidooneLearn how to make delicious Middle Eastern Maamoul cookies wih walnuts like a pro. Serve during religious holidays such as Eid, Easter or Christmas.
Bird’s Nest KunafaBy baidooneBird's Nest Kunafa is crunchy and just the right dessert during Ramadan and Eid. They are baked instead of fried and they are easy to make.
Barazek (Sesame Pistachio Cookies)By baidooneBarazek are wonderful, thin, and crunchy sesame and pistachio cookies where one side is covered with sesame while the other is dotted with pistachios.
Easy Pistachio Baklava RollsBy baidooneThese little baklava rolls are made from crunchy sheets of phyllo, pistachio and syrup. They’re delicious and elegant dessert for any occasion.
Ghraybeh (Arabic Butter Cookies)By baidooneGhraybeh (Arabic Butter Cookies), delicate cookies melt in your mouth. Ghraybeh can be prepared days in advance. Once you try them you will fall in love! Ghraybeh is available in Arabian dessert restaurants.
Maamoul (Arabian Date Filled Cookies)By baidooneMaamoul is a delicious traditional Middle Eastern cookie that is typically made on religious holidays such as Eid, Easter or Christmas. Ma'amoul are usually made a few days before the holiday then stored to be served with Arabic coffee and chocolate to guests who come during the holiday.
Mandi RecipeBy baidooneMandi (Arabic: مندي‎) is a traditional dish originated from Hadhramaut, Yemen, consisting mainly of meat and rice with a special blend of spices. It is cooked in a pit underground. It's extremely popular and prevalent in most areas of the Arabian Peninsula, and even considered a staple dish in many regions. It's also found in Egypt, the Levant, and Turkey. Mandi is usually made from rice, meat (lamb, camel, goat or chicken), and a mixture of spices called Hawaij. The meat used is usually a young and small sized lamb to enhance the taste further. Mandi is considered the staple dish served during special events, such as Eid, weddings, and feasts in Yemen and the south of the Saudi Arabia.
Baklava with walnuts, almonds and hazelnutsBy baidooneBaklava (Arabic: بقلاوة) is a rich, sweet dessert pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and sweetened and held together with syrup or honey. It is characteristic of the cuisines of the Levant and the broader Middle East, along with Greece, the South Caucasus, Balkans, Maghreb, and Central Asia.