• Traditional Emirati Food - Stuffed Came

    Stuffed Camel is one of the very amazing dishes of UAE. It is also mentioned in Guiness Book of World Records as one of the biggest dishes served in this world. Usually elite families serve this dish in wedding ceremonies. Major ingredients of this dish encompass whole camel, one lamb, 20 chickens, boiled eggs, fish ...
  • Al Harees trditional Emirati Food

    Al Harees is a very ancient dish that consists of small pieces of meat, wheat, and water. This dish is prepared by putting meat in the pot and adding wheat on top of it and then cooking it in boiling water until the meat is very tender. Then all these ingredients are mixed together and ...
  • Al Machboos traditional Emarati food

    Al Machboos is very popular dish in Gulf cooked in large pot Al Machboos is a very popular dish cooked in a large pot. It consists of rice, onions and meat, seasoned with spices, salt and dried lemon called Loomy. This dish is prepared by cooking meat, spices, dried lemon, and seasonings in boiling water ...
  • kasba-emarati-rice

    Kabsa Kabsa (Arabic: كبسة‎) is a family of rice dishes that are served mostly in Saudi Arabia — where it is commonly regarded as a national dish — and the other Arab states of the Persian Gulf. Kabsa, though, is believed to be indigenous to Yemen. In places like Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain ...
  • Traditional-Emirati-Cuisine

    Due to harsh desert conditions, the traditional food of the United Arab Emirates uses a lot of meat, cereals and dairy. Vegetables are difficult to grow and are not strongly featured in the diet. Traditional dishes include Ma’louba, Margooga, Harees, Machbous, Arsee’ah, Fireed, Jisheid and Mishwy. Meats traditionally used were chicken or small fowl, such ...