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This vegan beet tahini dip is creamy, tangy, and packed with beautiful color and nutrients. Ready in under 10 minutes, add this beautiful dish to your next simple dinner or entertaining party menu…
With a 2,000 km coastline linking the Gulf of Oman, Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean, the country has a long seafaring and trading history. In this blog we explore 5 must see
The British Air Forces’ aerobatic team, Red Arrows, one of the world’s premier display teams with a reputation of exhilarating and spectacular displays of precision formation flying, conduct display in Oman.
This healthy meal is ready to eat in just 20 minutes. Shrimp and crunchy broccoli are cooked in a delicious Honey Garlic Sauce that is delicious and full of flavor.
Wadi Tiwi, which is named after Tiwi village at the coast, is a truly beautiful wadi with the lush plantations giving it a different feel than many other wadis.
It’s tough to beat the combo of warm tortilla chips, melted cheese, and spicy black beans. In other words, NACHOS!!
Hungry and craving for some cheese, this jalapeno popper inspired grilled cheese sandwich will surely do that. With roasted jalapeno peppers, cream cheese, jack & cheddar cheese and crumbled tortilla chips for a bit of crunch.
The world may be getting smaller, but Salalah still feels like a distant land with a lot to explore…
If you love cheese and love potatoes, you’ll adore this delicious recipe! Takes time to cook, but the result is so yummy and the smell is intoxicating!!!
This simple and colorful mango salsa is super easy to make! It’s sweet, spicy and absolutely delicious. Serve this fresh mango salsa with chips or on tacos and see it vanish in minutes.
The oldest part of Nizwa Fort was originally constructed by imam Al Sult bin Malik Al Kharusi in the ninth century and was later renovated by imam Sultan bin Saif Al Yarubi in the 17th century. Imam Sultan bin Saif Al Yarubi is known as the imam responsible for removing the Portuguese from Oman.