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3 M’s of Qatari Cuisine – 3 M’s, 3 Fantastic Dishes

Doha, the capital of the Middle Eastern nation of Qatar, is one of the most rapidly transforming cities in the world. With its rich heritage & culture, and the recent advent of urban development, the city offers a great “east meets west” experience. As with any nation, Qatar takes pride in its cuisine. Qatari cuisine is known for its rich flavors, variety of spices, and fusion of textures, to deliver a truly sensational gastronomic experience. Qatari cuisine is known for its use of rice, meat & seafood, and an assortment of vegetables, so you count on having a wholesome dish. You might wonder if there is a dish that brings out the best of Qatari cuisine, and the answer to that is that there are, in fact, three dishes that bring out the best of Qatari cuisine; mathrooba, machbous, margooga – the three M’s.
The three M’s are the three most popular dishes in Doha, owing to the simple fact they represent the key features of Qatari cuisine; simple, spicy and delicious. These 3 M’s can be found in any of the Doha restaurants ranging from the popular street food joints in Doha to the High-end restaurants at luxury hotels such as the ones at Banana Island Resort Doha by Anantara. Mathrooba is a ready-to-eat delicacy that is extremely popular. It is a creamy porridge made of shredded chicken and wheat. This thick soupy porridge is served hot and is known for its spicy and zesty flavors. It’s wholesome and delicious and is just the fix you need after a log day. Machbous is arguably the most popular meal in Qatar. The dish comprises tempered basmati rice cooked in an assortment of spices, accompanied with a succulent portion of meat baked in a traditional underground over. Machbous is served with various sauces and pastes, to add more flavors. It truly is a delicious dish that is sure to leave you thoroughly satisfied. Margooga, a stew made of hearty vegetables including eggplant and carrots, makes for an absolutely whole meal. It is served with a sizable portion of farrago bread so that you can soak up all the goodness of the Margooga.

Maggie Tulliver is a passionate travel writer. Her field of writing covers a wide array of content and articles related to travel and hospitality industry. Google+


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