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Saudi Arabian Food

Shawarma is a Levantine Arab dish consisting of meat cut into thin slices, stacked in a cone-like shape, and roasted on a slowly-turning vertical rotisserie or spit. Originally made of lamb or mutton, today's shawarma may also be chicken, turkey, beef, or veal.
Mutabbak/matabbak or mutabbaq
Mutabbak/matabbak or mutabbaq is a delicious stuffed paratha, which is a popular street food in Saudia Arabia. The dish consists of folded pan-fried flatbreads, stuffed with lightly spiced mince meat and egg.
Matazeez مطازيز  or Margoog
Matazeez is a traditional Saudi Arabian dish consisting of flat dumplings that are cooked and served in a rich stew of meat, vegetables, tomato sauce, and spices. The dough is typically made by combining whole-wheat flour, water, salt, and oil, and it is then cut into flattened circles.  
Kabsa (Arabic: كبسة‎ kabsah) is a mixed rice dish, served on a communal platter, that originates from Saudi Arabia but is commonly regarded as a national dish in countries of the Arabian peninsula. The dish is made with rice and meat.