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Kabsa is a family of mixed rice dishes that are served mostly in Jordan and Saudi Arabia — where it is commonly regarded as a national dish in Saudi Arabia. Kabsa, though, is believed to be indigenous to Yemen. In places like Jordan, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Iraq and Kuwait the dish is popularly known as machbūs, but is served mostly in the same way.
- also known as Kabsa rice
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Ethnic American Food Today (2015)
A Cultural Encyclopedia by Lucy M. Long
Kabsa is a very tasty dish, but what makes it even ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi
in China: bai jiao tong mian in India: adavi benda, adavi patti, adavibenda, adavibende, adavipatti, adavipratthi, adavipratti, adivibenda, advipatti, badkithoka, ban kapas, ban kapasi, banka-pasi, bankapas, bankapasi, bharadvaaji, bharadvaji, bondki, bonkapas, bontikigatch, chopada-bhendi, condapatti, dabbe, daraba, durbe, garapice, gupat, jangli bhenda, jangli-bhendi, jangli bhendi, jangli bhindi, janglibhenda, kaadu bende, kaatupoovarasu, kabsa, kadaka kayi, karpasi, katparuthi, ...
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Scrabble value of K5A1B3S1A1
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