11 Facts About Arab cuisine


Arab cuisine is the cuisine of the Arabs, defined as the various regional cuisines spanning the Arab world, from the Maghreb to the Fertile Crescent and the Arabian Peninsula.

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Essential to any cooking in the Arab cuisine world is the concept of hospitality and generosity.

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Eastern Arabian cuisine today is the result of a combination of diverse influences, incorporating Levantine and Yemeni cuisines.

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Levantine Arab cuisine is famous for its wide range of cheeses, including shanklish, halloumi, and.

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Biryani, although influenced by Indian Arab cuisine, is milder with a different mixture of spices, and a wider variety of vegetables, including potatoes, peas, carrots, and onions.

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Iraqi Arab cuisine is famous for its extremely tender kebab, as well as its tikka.

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Moroccan Arab cuisine has long been considered one of the most diverse in the world.

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Tunisian Arab cuisine is the style of cooking used by the Tunisian people and is part of the Maghreb and Mediterranean Arab cuisine.

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Tunisian Arab cuisine offers what is known as a "solar kitchen" that relies heavily on olive oil, spices, tomatoes, fish species, and meat.

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Algerian Arab cuisine is characterized by a wealth derived from land and sea production, a Mediterranean-Maghreb Arab cuisine.

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Algerian Arab cuisine combines a variety of ingredients including vegetables, fruits, spices, meat, fish, seafood, vegetables and dried fruits.

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