Arabian cuisine is the composition of a number of regional cuisines across the Arabian world, starting from Tunisia to Saudi Arabia, and incorporating the Levantine, Egyptian and other societies, customs and traditions.
History of Arabian cuisine
Initially, the Arab people heavily consumed the diets of rice, dates, wheat, barley and meat, and they put their strong importance on most of the products made with yogurt, such as labneh (it is a yogurt which is prepared with no butterfat).
Arab people like to eat these following food items
- Dressings and sauces
- Dairy products
- Spices and Herbs
- Fruits and vegetables
Now I would like to explain some of these above items
Greens in the Arabian cuisines
Parsley and Mint are well accepted as seasonings in a lot of dishes, while spinach and mulukhiyah are also consumed with other some dishes.
Mainly, a lot of of the related spices consumed in the Arabian cuisine are also taken in the Indian cuisines. This shows that there are heavy historical trading and ties between these both two regions, and this is the key reason that a lot