Wednesday, 9 December 2015

The 3M’s of Qatari Cuisine

The 3M’s of Qatari CuisineQatar’s traditional cuisine hasbeen strongly motivated by migrants from Iran and India, and now also in NorthAfrica. Modern Qatari eating habits are influenced by food from around theworld because of the number of foreigners working in this country. Most of thecountry’s common dishes are basically of seafood especially tuna, red snapper, lobster, crab and shrimp and the many different kinds of dates native to the region. Qatari women are seen serving pure Qatari cuisine from steaming pots of all sizes and shapes at the Souq Waqif, a long winded market in Dohaevery day. One stall in on the main pathway of the souq is always open into the night. If you look for the sign or symbol that reads “Mohamed’s Mom” to sample the three M’s of Qatari cuisine which are machbous, margooga and mathrooba.Reference

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