In Saudi Arabia, this bread is referred to as tameez, in Palestine taboon and in Iran tandoor. This bread is typically made inside of a brick oven which is heated by hot coals. When the bread is ready to cook they just smack it up against the wall which it sticks to and cooks. These same ovens are also what kabobs are cooked in. My little one loves this bread and can eat an entire piece all by himself so I tend to make it at home during the week when my husband is not around to buy it for… Continue reading
Since living in Saudi I have come across a few different ways to make kabli. I have seen shredded carrots or orange peel, chicken or lamb, added potatoes or tomato paste, but a few things are a must which is the pine nuts, spices and saffron soaked in kadi water. Kadi water is not easy to find and if you’re not in the Middle East I highly doubt you will be able to buy it. This is not a sweet flavor, but I imagine rose or orange would work okay.
1 kg of lamb cubes
1 tablespoon and 1/2 teaspoon… Continue reading
Mofatah is another traditional Saudi dish, but is usually prepared with lamb like the majority of the kingdoms recipes. If you like a kick you can slit the pepper when cooking and add red pepper to the lemon mixture later on. My Little T will not eat anything spicy, so I always make mine this way. Salad and yogurt are also served on the side as they are with all rice dishes.
4 chicken breasts, with bones
2 tablespoons of olive oil
1 small white onion, diced
1 garlic clove, diced
1 chili (green or red, I used red)
1/2… Continue reading