Learn about the recipes of the three traditional Dubai cuisines myriad people love – Ghuzi, Al Harees & Stuffed Camel. For the record, they are some of the best local food in Dubai.
While Dubai, UAE’s most advanced city, is well-known for its stunning skylines graced by destinations like Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, Atlantis The Palm, Dubai Marina and many many more, the city also has a firm gastronomical footing.
Being part of one of the Gulf countries, Dubai is culturally rich and amazingly hospitable. Its food culture is particularly exciting. The radically dynamic city has lots of delectable traditional food options for you and we’ll discuss the recipes of three popular and much-loved ones on this article – Ghuzi, Al Harees and Stuffed Camel.
It’s safe to say Dubai has the most innovative Arabian cuisine, allowing of top-notch delectation and boasting rich flavors. The Dubai recipes feature here should enchant you. The mere sight of the food is alluring.
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To reiterate, discussed below are three popular traditional Dubai food many persons love. And they are Ghuzi, Al Harees & Stuffed Camel.
We start with Ghuzi. Ghuzi is basically a non-vegetarian dish which is made up of lamb along with rice or pasta and some spices.
See the table below for the ingredients of Ghuzi’s recipe. They aren’t far-fetched in Dubai markets.
|Lamb shoulder||4 pounds|
|Kosher salt and ground pepper||To taste|
|Ginger peeled||3 ½ inch|
|Saffron threads||2 pinches|
|Olive oil||4 tsp|
|Onions chopped||2 pc|
|Cardamom pods||6 pc|
|Bay leaves||3 pc|
|Cinnamon sticks||2 pc|
|Black peppercorns||1 tsp|
|Tomato paste||2 tsp|
For rice and potatoes
|Basmati rice||2 cups|
|Fingerling potatoes||1 pound|
|Olive oil||6 tsp|
|Balsamic vinegar||1 tsp|
|Dijon mustard||1 tsp|
|Orange juice||2 tsp|
|Baby argula||2 cups|
|Dried currants||½ cup|
Round up your ingredients and hit your kitchen for what would end up being a tantalizing meal and a day maker. Once, you’ve garnered your ingredients, you want to start cooking. The following is how:
You can use the Chicken Demi-Glace to enhance the taste of this recipe and you have made this amazing recipe at home. This recipe is a little bit long, hence be patient and let it take its own time to cook.
Al Harees’ recipe is a famous Dubai chicken recipe that you’d really love. Below are its ingredients.
|Wheat and barley (soaked overnight)||½ kg|
|Ginger garlic paste||1 tsp|
|Green chili paste||2 tsp|
|Crushed cumin seeds||½ tsp|
|Fennel seeds||1 tsp|
|Chat masala||1 tsp|
|Lemon juice||2 tsp|
|Edible oil||1 tsp|
|Olive oil||1 tsp|
|Haleem masala||½ tsp|
|Barista or brown onions||To taste|
|Coriander leaves||1 tsp|
The ingredients are easy to grab and you can get them from the nearest Dubai supermarket or grocery store.
You can make this delicious Arab Al Harees recipe without hassle. Kindly follow the following recipe and you’d get there.
Complete the foregoing and you’re done! Enjoy the meal!
Now comes last but not the least recipe on our list. This recipe is very huge and is the world’s biggest on-table recipe which could take 3 days to cook – Stuffed Camel. Interesting fact, right?
On the table below are Stuffed Camel ingredients. You can easily find them Dubai, although you’d need to dig a little deeper for the camel.
|One whole camel||–|
|Large eggs||60 pc|
|Pine nuts||2 kg|
|Pistachio nuts||1 kg|
|Black pepper||5 pounds|
Once your ingredients are ready, you’re set to proceed to next step, cook.
Tada! You’re now ready to serve Stuffed Camel. Get delected!
There you have it, recipes of three of the best local Dubai food – Ghuzi, Al Harees & Stuffed Camel. Dubai Tour Pro aims to guide its readers and we hope this article serves as a good Dubai food guide. Kindly share this post and others. Until you visit again, stay guided!