The national dish of Saudi Arabia is Kabsa Fahm (Ruz Bukhari) Why not make it on September 23 when Saudi Arabia celebrates their national day. Here’s what our country chef Salsabil says about the national dish of Saudi Arabia:
There are many kinds of Kabsa and each kind is unique. The spices used in Kabsa varies depending on who you ask, so try some different variations to find your own favourite mix. The dish is traditionally prepared with lamb, mutton or chicken, but is occasionally prepared with goat, camel, beef, fish or shrimp. The spices, rice and meat may be enriched by almonds, pine nuts, onions and sultanas. The dish can be served hot with daqqūs / daqous (Arabic: دقّوس) – homemade tomato sauce.
About the Country Chef
Salsabil was born and raised in Saudi Arabia. Salsabil’s great inspiration for cooking is her mother, who is a great cook. Her biggest passion is baking cakes and making desserts because she has quite a sweet tooth.
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