Jordan is famed for its rich and flavorsome food: from delicious Arabian mezze and tasty dips, to delectable street food and fried pastries, or the ancient and traditional cooking method of the zarb (a Bedouin-style barbecue).
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Tomato and rice soup A fragrant rice soup is the perfect starter for a Jordanian feast. With a mix of flavours from cinnamon to garlic, this is a hearty start to any meal.
Lamb mansaf This is the national dish of Jordan, a combination of natural yogurt, rice, lamb and almonds, served on a bed of markouk bread.
Almond pudding The perfect ending to a Jordanian feast is an almond pudding, made with rice, almonds, milk and a hint of rose water.