“Traveling it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta
I refer to following quote by wonderful poet for the way my journey here is turning out more of an experience then a visit rather , on occasion of my 27 birthday we needed some good plans that’s when idea of good traditional Arabic dish sparked up
Now we don’t know many Arabic of dishes back home except for shawarma that’s when brother pointed about mandi dish
A look at dish and you would feel it is just tandoori chicken or may be attempted try for biryani but this one is one “Arabic beauty” history goes that Mandi (Arabic: ) is a traditional Yemeni dish from Hadhramaut, Yemen. It is also eaten in many other Yemeni cities, such asSana’a. It is now very popular in other areas of the Arabian Peninsula, such as Egypt andJordan. It is also popular among theHadhrami people in the Malabar region ofKerala, India. The word “mandi” comes from the Arabic word nada, meaning dew, and reflects the moist ‘dewy’ texture of the meat.
Meal ended with pomegranate juice traditional way and walk at corniche area of sharjah day 23 was awesome I am in love with this part of world now