Shakshuka is a dish of scrambled eggs with tomatoes, chili peppers, and onions.
Mashed fava beans mixed with egg, cooked with vegetables like onion, tomatoes, chili peppers,
etc and mix of spices.
Kebda, or liver, is a popular breakfast food in Yemen. it's cooked with ingredients like onion,
bell pepper and tomatoes.
It's a Yemeni sweet dish made from a dough, white flour, eggs, yeast and clarified butter. It is
baked in multiple layers in an oven, which is served with honey on top and sprinkled with
Mandi consists meat and rice with a special blend of Baharat/spices. The meat is cooked in the
tannur which is a special kind of oven which is usually a pit dug up in the ground and covered
with clay all around its sides.
Haneeth is made from rice, meat (lamb),and a mixture of spices. It is considered as the main
dish served at special events.
The base is a brown meat stew called maraq, a dollop of fenugreek froth (holba), and sahawiq.
Rice, potatoes, scrambled eggs, and vegetables are common additions to saltah. Meats used in the
preparation of this dish are typically lamb or chicken.
Ogdah, meaning "knot", is a stew made from tying and mixing all the ingredients together. It can
be made with small pieces of lamb, chicken, or fish that is mixed and cooked together with
vegetables, including carrots, potatoes, onions, etc.