Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Top 5 Conventional Foods of UAE You Should Try When Living There #OFWTraveller

Top 5 Conventional Foods of UAE You Should Try When Living There #OFWTraveller

UAE is a very cultured nation that offers different attractions for travelers over the world. It has created its name as one of the quickest growing nation of this area. Other than going to worth seeing spots, holidaymakers can likewise relish sumptuous customary food of United Arab Emirates the nation over. Be it that you pick Dubai, or Ajman, you will find the opportunity to enjoy delicious conventional food all over the places.

Top 5 Conventional Foods of UAE You Should Try

Assuming that you explore a bit about Traditional recipes of the country, you’ll see that a large chunk of the conventional food there has extremely rich and remarkable taste. There are assortments of flavors just as the richly-spiced Indian cuisine. Conventional dishes are made from rice with either, fish and meat being used lavishly. Middle Easterners love to devour lamb and goats. Be that as it may, eateries serve dishes prepared from camel meat everywhere throughout the year for voyagers and guests. Here are the 5 must attempt customary foods of UAE:

Stuffed Camel: Stuffed Camel truly is an extremely exotic dish of UAE. Often wealthy families serve it in wedding functions. Primary ingredients in it are camel, lamb, chicken, and eggs. Keeping in mind the end goal to prepare a sumptuous dish they stuff entire camel into the mixture.

Al Harees: It is the country’s well known dish with very intriguing taste. It is comprised of meat and wheat. Preparing it is exceptionally simple and it is a rich dish with not very many ingredients. This dish is ordinarily served at the time of Ramadan, & wedding celebrations. Wheat & meat with a dash of salt are allowed to simmer in hot water for a considerable length of time until all ingredients blend to create a creamy puree that will be further cooked in a lidded clay vessel.

Shawarma: It’s the most savored food over this nation. It can be prepared with lamb or chicken. Diverse eateries serve this dish in various ways. Usually they blend garlic sauce and fries and enfold it in Arabic Roti. The recipe resembles a lot with kebab. In UAE individuals often have Shawarma alongside a special fruit beverage prepared by mixing strawberry and banana.

Al Machboos: It's likewise a really celebrated customary dish of the country. Critical ingredients include rice, meat, onion and dried lemon. Other flavoring incorporates spices and salt. While preparing every one of the ingredients are cooked well in boiling water till they get to be delicate. At that point meat is segregated and rice is put in remaining mixture and this blend is cooked thoroughly. After that meat is again put into this mixture of rice and vegetables and cooked once more.

Hummus: It is not really a dish rather it is an acclaimed dip prepared using chick peas, a mix of lime and olive juice, blended in tahini paste, with a dash of garlic. It is presented with different dishes like Shawarma and pita bread.

And finally the stunner!

Dhow Cruise Dinner: What's more romantic than dining on board a dhow cruise dinner as it sails noiselessly along the Dubai gulf by moonlight? The cruise lets you take in the gorgeous beaches including Palm Jumeirah and Jumeirah Beach, and of course the infamous, the luxurious Burj Al Arab. Dhow Cruise Dinner is truly an out of the world experience.

Source: Karin Al Tariq


  1. I'm not adventurous when it comes to food and reading the 5 conventional foods of UAE, parang magugutom ako. hehehe! I don't even eat shawarma.

  2. Gosh! I miss all these food! My family and I used to enjoy that when my husband was assigned in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia

  3. I think I'll just go with Shawarma and Hummus but I'm sure I'm game to try the rest.

  4. All we ever know is shawarma and hummus. Great list anyway!! I hope I can go to UAE. I've planned on being an OFW. But now my work is allowing me to earn good living locally. Take care in your stay!

  5. the stuffed camel is really intriguing for me for many reason.. first, i wonder how camel meat tastes like and second,... i wonder how huge this meal is since you are going to stuffed a camel with various ingredients much like we normally do with the chicken hehe
    thanks for this info sir.. i learned something new today!

  6. I eat shawarma and hummus here but whoa! stuffed CAMEL? I am adventurous with food but I don't think I can eat a camel meat.


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