The biggest football extravaganza 2022 FIFA World Cup is taking place from 20 November to 18 December in Qatar. And if you are a football enthusiast, who equally loves food, here’s a list of 9 dishes that you can’t miss in Qatar. Tap next to learn about these popular dishes.
It is one of the most common street foods of Qatar and is made from boneless strips of chicken, stacked and grilled on a rotating skewer. It is wrapped in bread along with sauce, pickles, and often, fries.
It’s a deep-fried crunchy snack made with ground chickpeas, beans, garlic, parsley, coriander, and tahini, and is served with pita pockets, salad, and pickles.
Also known as Samosa, it refers to stuffed fried dumplings. The Indian version of samosa is bigger in size and has a stuffing of potatoes. While the Arabic counterpart is smaller, with thin crusts stuffed with mincemeat, spinach, or cheese.
It is also called Lokma and is a sweet flour dumpling soaked with sugar syrup and flavoured with cardamom and saffron.
It's a sweet and fragrant drink made with spices, condensed milk, cardamom, saffron, and ginger.