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Oman is a diverse country with much to experience. Commencing from the prominent mountain ranges and the picturesque wadis, all the way to the peaceful and generous people, the country captivates you from the get-go and makes its impact on you if you sojourn here – it’s just one of those facts that’s now known by many.
The Sultanate does so great a job in providing and making everyone feel at home that there’s one aspect of the country that is often glossed over – its wonderful cuisine.
And that’s what we’re trying to promote this week.
No matter where you hail from – you could be Asian, African, European or American – you’ll always have a soft spot for Omani food.
That’s not a statement I just made up but rather something one of the leading chefs of a five-star hotel in the Sultanate revealed during a private chat.
It could be the complex Qabuli with lamb meat or the simple chicken makbous; the Omani touch enhances the delight and the overall aura of the dish.
And, as we celebrate the 47th National Day, we’re highlighting two of our favourite dishes with its recipes.
*Recipes by Nestle