qishr, ginger, sugar, cinnamon, sugar, water
Qishr is a traditional Yemeni infusion made with coffee husks, ginger, sugar, and sometimes cinnamon. In the past, qishr was used by Muslim dervishes as a part of religious ceremonies, but nowadays it is considered a universal drink which is consumed instead of coffee because it is less expensive. In Yemen, qishr is traditionally consumed hot and sweetened, and it is typically served to guests as a sign of hospitality.
Created Sept. 18, 2020 by: atasneem
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Yemen is a small country in the middle east. Most of the popular foods are eaten in almost every country …