In the south we eat liver (although we fry them of course) so this dish is not something new for me. Kebdah is an Arab favorite and here in Saudi they serve it for breakfast usually and you can can eat it with pita bread or as a sandwich. I made some lamb steaks today (if you have not tried them you should because they blow beef out of the water) and made this dish as well. I served it with baby potaties, fresh pita, cucumbers and labneh with olive oil.
1 pound chicken liver (washed and drained)
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When I first started this blog it was a way to document my learning experiences as I attempted to make Saudi dishes for my new husband. Later it became a journal of life in Saudi and my experiences with food for others in my shoes and now that I am a mom, I see it as a way to document food history for Saudis children. As you all already know I am the only blogger writing about Saudi cuisine and without other online sources documenting this amazing food and as young people grow up making new dishes and not learning… Continue reading
Al Athariyah is a traditional Yemeni restaurant we have here in Riyadh. I wrote a post about this same place a few years ago and if you would like to see what the inside looks like then please take a look here. This is one of the best places I have eaten for the real deal when it comes to traditional food and I have never seen anyone but Saudis eat here in fact the I have searched the net for anything about it and it is as if it does not exist. All the signs are in Arabic,… Continue reading