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Authentic Arabic Picnic Foods

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The season of good weather is right around the corner and what better way to enjoy the cool breeze than with a picnic!


Although picnics can be a lot of fun, we know the hassle of preparing for one. We’ve found ways for you to prepare food simply and hassle free while keeping the flavors close to home. And although food remains at the heart of any good picnic, remember it is never complete without your loved ones and some great outdoor activitites to enjoy with every delicious bite.

Here is what we narrowed the food list down to:

  • Easy to package
  • Easy to eat
  • Durable
  • Simple to prepare
  • Light, but filling
  • Exclusive to Arab cuisine

Mana’eesh:


Pastries (moa’ajanat):

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Photo Credit: const-tech.in


Qahwa (coffee):

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Photo Credit: albawaba.com


Adani Tea:


Tabouleh:

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Photo Credit: youtube.com


Hummus:

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Photo Credit: wikimedia.org


Meats for the grill:

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Photo Credit: girls-ksa.com


Kebbeh:

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Photo Credit: hibasfood.com


Wara’a Enab (Stuffed Grape Leaves):

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Photo Credit: ma7shy.com


Ka’ak:

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Photo Credit: thaqafnafsak.com


Mokasarat (Nuts):

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Photo Credit: mmlaka.net


Maamool:

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Photo Credit: aklati.wordpress.com


Dates Cake:

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Photo Credit: kuali.com


Baklava and other Arab sweets:

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Photo Credit: fotonin.com


Mtabag:

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Photo Credit: goodykitchen.com


Lemonade – the picnic classic:

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Photo Credit: reverandandys.wordpress.com

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