A celebration of the rich culinary culture of Saudi Arabia with traditional, home-cooked recipes.
Saudi Arabia’s culinary traditions are as rich and diverse as the country’s unexpected landscapes and climates, with each region offering diverse ingredients and delicious local dishes—all appetizing treasures waiting to be discovered.
A journey both through spaces and flavors, this book allows readers to meet the Saudi people through their unique food. Thirty-two recipes for starters, main courses, desserts, and drinks have been selected among thousands submitted by Saudi families. Illustrated with vibrant photographs of Saudi cooks in the intimacy of their kitchens and organized in five chapters—“Rice,” “Cardamom,” “Lamb,” “Dates,” and “Wheat”—the recipes are easy to reproduce at home, with step-by-step instructions and images. Texts by culinary experts introduce readers to local history, dietary traditions, proverbs, and anecdotes that uncover this nation’s genuine way of life and inviting culinary heritage.
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