Mouth-watering Arabian flavors spring to life in this super-healthy easy salad. Fattoush is a bread salad made from toasted or fried pieces of pita bread combined with mixed greens and other vegetables.
Floating in emerald-tinted water with a clear blue sky and blazing sunshine overhead could be the backdrop of many locations in the Sultanate. The only distinctively difference of this place is that this is a geological phenomenon.
Straddling the road between the Corniche and the old walled city, this monument cum museum, with the original gates used until the 1970s to keep land-bound marauders out, marks the position of the old city wall and introduces Muscat.
Eating steamed cauliflower can taste so bland, let alone kids but for adults too. Here’s a caramelized cauliflower dish with a creamy sauce sure to make them ask for more.
Tabbouleh is a verdant salad you can put together with vegetables and herbs that are available all year. It’s simple, fresh, and zingy.
Sultan Said bin Taimur father of His Majesty chose to give his son one of the oldest and almost unknown names, a name of that would be etched with honor and pride in the history of Oman and the world “Qaboos”
Dill Potato fritters is a deliciously quick and easy recipe to make – they make a tasty snack that even kids will love.
Along the Muscat – Sur highway in the Sharqiah region of Oman lies the popular and the dramatic Wadi Shab sandwiched between spectacularly narrow mountain ravine, edged in by dizzying sandstone walls with a verdant ribbon of date plantations and banana palms edged through the base of the cliffs.
Mutabal is a traditional Middle Eastern dip made from aubergine (eggplant) which tastes absolutely amazing.
The old Muscat is located along Muttrah’s sea front from Port Sultan Qaboos to Al Bustan Beach, while passing through the capital city Muscat. All along this belt lies a rich and intriguing history that led to building of this modern nation.
Despite this being a common dish in the middle east, it is a popular Omani dish par excellence. “Kabuli” is an Ethiopian term that means “rice seasoned with spices”. Kabuli dish can be prepared with meat or chicken, both marinated with spices, sultana raisins, saffron, cinnamon and cardamom.