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Dip, Dig, and Dive with your favorite finger food!

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Zahra Anwer

Associate Editor at Destination Riyadh

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Dip away with your favorite finger foods.


1. DR Special Sauce

(labnah, yogurt, olives, lemon, salt, lentil soup powder mix)

The product of fridge leftovers. Every now and then, we take a break from adulting and basically just grab anything we can mix together and dip our chips into. A few dozen Netflix marathons later, we discovered this love potion.

2. Saudi Dakkous

This is basically the most popular sauce eaten with lamb and kabsa rice in Saudi and other middle eastern countries.

3. Green Chutney – Indo-Pak

Green chutney, a classic chutney made with aromatic fresh cilantro, mint, green chillies and a dash of garlic. It’s a refreshing condiment that goes with nearly everything from sambosas to kebabs to sandwiches.

4. Greek Feta Cheese Salad

Looking for a crisp, refreshingsaladto pass around the table? You might try this one, with juicy tomatoes, olives and crumbly feta.

5. Fool

This is a staple dish for most people in Egypt and is a very simple, hearty dip of fava beans. Tastes great with flat bread.

6. Guacamole

If it’s wrong to eat a dip right out of the bowl with a spoon, then we don’t want to be right!
Hands down, this is seriously our favorite guac up with cherry tomatoes and a little extra lime juice.

7. ‘Cacık- Turkish Yogurt and Cucumber Sauce

There is something oddly addicting about the combination of tangy-thick yogurt, crunchy grated cucumber, garlic, fresh mint and extra virgin olive oil.

8. Moroccan Sauce

Moroccan Harissa Sauce is a spicy and hot red pepper paste which is traditionally made. Do not miss it any chance as it would really perk up your meals and snacks.

9. Thai Peanuts Sauce

Peanut sauce is really easy to make and has one of our favorite ingredients: peanut butter mixed with other ingredients. The best thing about this is that it doesn’t have to be cooked. All you need is to mix the ingredients in a saucepan, heat it up, and voila.

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