Would you eat these Saudi Arabian foods?

Would you eat these Saudi Arabian foods?

Well, would you eat these Arabian foods? (Why do I have to write more if nobody's going to read this?)

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“Mandi is a traditional dish originated from the south of the Arabian Peninsula consisting mainly of meat and rice with a special blend of Baharat. It's extremely popular and prevalent in most areas of the Arabian Peninsula and considered the a stable dish for many families. It's also found in Egypt,the Levant and Turkey.”
Wikipedia.

“Mandi is a traditional dish originated from the south of the Arabian Peninsula consisting mainly of meat and rice with a special blend of Baharat. It's extremely popular and prevalent in most areas of the Arabian Peninsula and considered the a stable dish for many families. It's also found in Egypt,the Levant and Turkey.”
Wikipedia.
What kind of meat is that? 0_0
Is there anything else?
Sure, can't be bad.
I'm unsure.

“Kabsa is a family of mixed rice dishes that originates from Saudi Arabia where it is commonly regarded as a national dish.The dish is made with rice and meat.”
Wikipedia.

“Kabsa is a family of mixed rice dishes that originates from Saudi Arabia where it is commonly regarded as a national dish.The dish is made with rice and meat.”
Wikipedia.
Again, what KIND of meat??
Nope.
Yes, I want some right now.
Maybe.
Sure. :D

Bukhari Rice (known in Arabic as Ruz al Bukhari) is a Saudi Arabian speciality and is a fragrant flavourful rice dish normally served with roast chicken.

Bukhari Rice (known in Arabic as Ruz al Bukhari) is a Saudi Arabian speciality and is a fragrant flavourful rice dish normally served with roast chicken.
Yes.
Pass.
Maybe some....

Laban?

Laban is a yogurt drink.

Laban?

Laban is a yogurt drink.
Delicious!!
Ew!!
Uhm.... I don't know.
I don't think I would drink
yogurt.

Maamul?

Maamul is a date that is filled with sweets. They are usually served with coffee or mint tea.

Maamul?

Maamul is a date that is filled with sweets. They are usually served with coffee or mint tea.
I'll skip.
Maybe one wouldn't hurt.
Yes.
....

Saleeg?

Saleeg is a meal that has rice and chicken. The rice is made with milk and is somewhat like porridge. The chicken is roasted and the meal has a broth to give it flavor.

Saleeg?

Saleeg is a meal that has rice and chicken. The rice is made with milk and is somewhat like porridge. The chicken is roasted and the meal has a broth to give it flavor.
Yes, I would eat that. :D
I'd probably just eat the
rice/chicken.
Nope, not for me.
I can't decide if I would eat it or
not.

Pick a few Arabic words.


(I'm sorry, I can't find any Saudi Arabian foods that anyone might like to know about. 😩)

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