Jordan: Jordanian Food Recap
Jordanian food is often classic pan-Arabic cuisine, but there are also very specific dishes that you can find only in Jordan. The national dish is masaf – lamb cooked in a fermented dry yogurt with rice. Jordan Valley produces a lot of tomatoes, olives, and eggplant, which all end up in a wide variety of dishes. We tried several incredibly delicious varieties of hummus, tabouleh, labaneh, kimmeh, and so on. And when it comes to ful – a traditional stew made of favs beans – Jordanians are ready to fight to prove it was then and not the Egyptians who invented and make the best ful. And last but not least – delicious tea!