• Yemeni Cuisine

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Yemeni cuisine is entirely distinct from the more widely known Middle Eastern cuisines, and even differs slightly from region to region. Throughout history, Yemeni cuisine has had a little bit of Ottoman influence in some parts of the north, and very little Mughlai-style Indian influence in Aden and the surrounding areas in the south, but these influences have only come within the last 300 years.

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Although each region has their own variation, Saltah is considered the national dish. The base is a brown meat stew ...


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Haneeth is the traditional dish of Yemen. Haneeth is usually made from basmati rice, meat (lamb), and a mixture of ...


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Rice (usually long-grain, such as basmati), meat, vegetables, and a mixture of spices (cardamom, saffron, cinnamon, black lime, bay leaves ...


(0 ) Moohalabeeya (Egyptian) (Yemeni)

Mahalabiya is a sweet Arab dessert made of milk and sugar, and laced with rose water or orange blossom water. ...


(0 ) Shahi Adani, Chai... (Yemeni)

Karak is a type of milk tea made with black tea, evaporated milk, and spices, such as cardamon.


(0 ) عقدة, ogda (Yemeni)

The name of the dish means knot, is a stew made from tying and mixing all the ingredients together. There ...

Ful Medames

(0 ) Foul Meddamas, Fu... (Egyptian) (Lebanese) (-Middle Eastern-)

Dish of cooked fava beans served with vegetable oil, cumin, and optionally with chopped parsley, garlic, onion, lemon juice and ...

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