Local cuisine is rather unique but simple, but this does not make it less tempting. Unique taste and eating qualities of ethnic dishes will get the highest appreciation even from the most sophisticated gourmands as even more travelers arriving at Muscat are giving preference to ethnic cuisine rather than other culinary trends. Though Muscat is a high volume importer of foreign products and foods, great culinary experts still give preference to local products for creating their foods masterpieces.
Meat dishes are in the heart of the ethnic cuisine menu. Commonly the lamb meat is used in recipes. Popular festive treat is lamb meat cooked on the open fire named “shuwa” meanwhile the daintiest meat treat is minced mutton named maqdeed and being special dried meat. A number of ways of meat preparation may seem weird and odd to foreign guests as contemporary culinary experts have inherited these methods from their cooking ancestors.
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