Get more Amman travel tips, things to do, where to stay, and delicious food here: http://migrationology.com/travel-guides/amman-jordan/ On Day 5 of our trip to Jordan we traveled outside of Amman, first to Dana Village in the Dana Biosphere Reserve. We had an incredible local lunch, and were served a dish called muqlaba, which literally translates to upside down - it was an incredible local meal. Finally, we moved onto Petra, and after checking into our hotel, we went to Petra by Night. 00:23 Breakfast and Leaving Hotel - To begin the day, I had a quick breakfast as the hotel in Amman, and then we packed everything up and headed off to do some traveling around Jordan. Driving towards the Dana Biosphere Reserve, we took our time, stopping off at a variety of different rest stops. One of the things I grew to love immensely while traveling in Jordan was Arabic coffee, and the good news is that coffee was available at every rest stop along the highway. 1:41 Maqluba (مقلوبة) at Dana Biosphere - The Dana Biosphere is a nature reserve in Jordan. The reserve is home to a variety of different natural environment, and starts on a plateau and descends all the way down in the Wadi Rum valley. The views of the valley were incredible. We continued driving until we reached the Dana Village, located on a hill overlooking the valley - it’s a historic town in Jordan, and they are trying to renovate certain areas of it - it’s an amazing little village. They had set up for us to have a local Jordan food lunch at a home within the village, so after walking around for a little while, we went inside to have lunch. There’s a famous Middle Eastern, Arabic dish, that’s also very common in Jordan called muqluba (مقلوبة), which directly translates to upside down. The reason it’s called upside down, or flipped over, is because the dish is cooked in a big pot, with meat and spices, or in this case chicken, topped with rice all in the same pot. When the dish cooks, all the flavors start to mingle and blend to create another incredible dish. When it’s finished cooking, the pot is flipped over onto a tray, so the rice goes to the bottom, while the meat stays on top - that’s the upside down part. After the rice and chicken was flipped onto the tray, it was then topped with lots of chopped up parsley, fried peanuts, and finally some lemon slices for decoration. The dish was incredible, the r 11:08 Wadi Musa, Movenpick Hotel, Musakhan for dinner - After our incredible lunch at Dana Village, we continued driving. Along the way to Petra, we stopped at Wadi Musa, which is said to be the place where Moses struck the rock and water came out. There was a rock there, and extremely clear water was flowing out. We drove to Movenpick Hotel at Petra, and we checked in. For dinner, we ate at the Movenpick buffet restaurant, and they had a good selection of both Western and Jordanian food. The dish I was most interested in eating was the musakhan, a Jordanian and Palestinian food of bread, chicken and spices, all cooked in lots of olive oil. It was my first time to try it, and I enjoyed it - and I can only imagine how much better it would be home-cooked. 14:58 Petra By Night - Petra is the most famous attraction in all of Jordan - some people will visit Jordan with a specific purpose to visit the historical city. One company decided to set up candles in paper bags and open Petra by Night, so you can visit the main Treasury at night. Ying and I took the walk, and it was pretty cool, but it was still so dark, that honestly I couldn’t really see anything, and my camera couldn’t really pick up anything as well. So stay tuned for tomorrow’s video where we visited Petra for the entire day! -- Check out my Amman, Jordan Travel Guide: http://migrationology.com/travel-guides/amman-jordan/ (Including where to stay, what to see, safety information, and extra tips) MY WEBSITES: Migrationology.com: http://migrationology.com/ EatingThaiFood.com: http://eatingthaifood.com/ TravelByYing.com: http://travelbyying.com/ T-shirts & Food Guides: https://migrationology.com/store/ Resources: http://migrationology.com/travel-resources/ SOCIAL MEDIA: Snapchat: @migrationology Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology Thank you very much for watching this video! --
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►Check out http://visitpalestine.ps/ ►Subscribe - http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe ►T-shirts - https://migrationology.com/store/ Before beginning, I want to make it clear I paid for this tour and decided to go on it myself. It is not sponsored in anyway. However, after spending time with Osama and seeing the tours and great people that are involved with http://visitpalestine.ps/ I would highly recommend it. I had really wanted to visit Bethlehem, and we decided to book a tour to also visit Hebron, another one of the most religiously significant cities in the West Bank, Palestine. So we drove through the checkpoint and I could hardly believe I was in Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus. After meeting up with Osama, who is an absolutely awesome guy, we started walking off through the Old City of Bethlehem. First stop was a place to get a nice view overlooking the city. Absolutely stunning and to think of the immense and important history was mind blowing. Manakish or manaeesh is an Arabic baked flatbread, sometimes covered in za’atar before being baked. We stopped at an breadshop to have a piece before heading on to the church. Church of the Nativity NOTE: Thanks to baby Micah, we were allowed to enter a side entrance to the Grotto with no queue, which saved a lot of time, sometimes you have to wait for an hour to get entrance because it’s very small. Being a Christian, this was an experience that was almost surreal and extraordinarily special for me. I will cherish that entire moment in the Grotto, a place that marks the spot where Jesus was born and where he was laid in a manger. Walled off hotel - We then took a drive over to the Walled Off Hotel, a hotel that faces the separation wall. It was eye-opening to learn more about the situation. Palestinian food home cooked - There’s no better way to eat when you travel than to have home cooked food. And so through the arrangement of Visit Palestine, we were invited to a Palestinian family home to eat an Arabic food feast that included chicken stuffed with rice and meat all baked in oven safe bags (I think). The chicken and the spices were amazing, and additionally the side dishes, including the freshly roasted almonds were the best I’ve ever had. Also, the hospitality and generosity of this family in Bethlehem truly made it memorable. It was an honor to enjoy Palestinian food in Bethlehem with a local family. Hebron Old City - We continued on to Hebron, a city about 30 minutes from Bethlehem. Again it was a fascinating and eye-opening ride. Hebron is a city known for its conflict. Ibrahimi Mosque (also known as Cave of the Patriarchs) - At the Ibrahimi mosque you can pay respect to the tombs of Abraham, Isaac, Sarah, and Leah. Again, it’s pretty surreal to visit, and it a truly special moment. Fresh juice - 5 ILS ($1.40) - We then walked around the streets of Old City Hebron, which to be honest is a little scary and unfortunately filled with tension. Even though it’s so beautiful and so ancient, it’s eerie. It was a fascinating experience to visit Palestine, eye-opening as well. But the combination of generous people I met, delicous Palestinian food at a family home, and seeing in person the place where Jesus was born and where Abraham’s tomb sits, all added up to be one of the most special and emotional days I’ve ever had in my life. Just as a note of reference: I paid $500 USD for the tour with http://visitpalestine.ps/, but they provide transportation for me and my family from Tel Aviv, and it included everything private. I also needed a private tour to be able to make a video like this. Thank you to Osama for being so cool! - MUSIC in This Video: A New Decade, Always Raining - https://goo.gl/HwVjdo CAMERA GEAR used to make this video (these are affiliate links): GH5: http://amzn.to/2sV0XQO Main lens: http://amzn.to/2szLZNf 2nd lens: http://amzn.to/2mcEGau Microphone: http://amzn.to/2rBKD3z Tripod: http://amzn.to/2rBFkkI I would love to connect with you! Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology T-shirts available now: https://migrationology.com/store/ Thank you for watching!
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One pot dish, surprise your guests with this quick authentic Saudi rice and lamb dish. Cooking Arabic food has never been easier. This dish is originally from Hejaz area in the Hold Land of Mecca. It is known for its unique flavor enriched with sweated onions and traditional spices. MEGAZLIA RICE رز المغازليه SAUDI FOOD WITH EMAN INGREDIENTS 800 GRAMS MEAT 3 CUPS BASMATI RICE 3 SLICED BIG ONIONS 2 TBSP. MEGAZLIA SPICE MIX 1 TSP. GRIND CARADAMON 2 GRINDED BIG TOMATOES 2 TBSP. YOGURT 1 TSP. TURMERIC POWDER 2 TBSP. GHEE OIL 2 TBSP. Salt RECIPE 1) Cook meat in pressure cooker for 20 to 30 minutes. 2) Golden brown onions in a pan with oil. 3) After meat is cooked, add meat on golden brown onions and cook 5 min. 4) Remove from heat; add 1Tbsp. Megazlia Mix, Yogurt, Cardamon, 1 Tbsp. Salt, Turmeric Powder, and grinded Tomatoes. 5) Add ¾ rice in pot, add the meat mix, and then add the remaining rice. 6) On top of rice add 1 Tbsp. Salt, 1Tbsp. Megazlia Mix, Meat Stock, Water. 7) Pour hot Ghee Oil over rice. 8) Cover and let cook for 30 minutes on low heat. MEGAZLIA SPICE MIX All same parts of the following dried ingredients added to a blender to create a smooth powder mix. If you can’t leave one or two spices, you can leave it out. Cumin Seeds Black Pepper Seeds Coriander Seeds Cinnamon Seeds Clove Pieces Cardamon Pieces Turmeric Dried/Powder Wheat Seeds Besbasa Indian BEL HANAA WAL SHEFA ENJOY YOUR MEAL Ever wanted to know what typical Saudi Arabia family eats from Hejaz ( خليجي ) , Hijazi, Najd and Najdi (حجاز، نجد ( This food channel will guide you through the cooking process to learn quick, easy, fast, the best Saudi Traditional (salty & sweet desserts) recipes & dishes. Since very little is known about our Saudi Culture from around the world, through easy cooking, it would be the perfect recipe. I am a Saudi female lady amateur chef that cooks authentic quick Middle Eastern dishes. The authentic Arabic Food with ingredients in our everyday lives. Some of our dishes are fused with other Arab & Non-Arab countries. The end result you will learn the techniques in order to make tasty, fun and easy dishes for anyone to make. I always strive to get the perfect yummy taste and blend of food flavors. but best of all, I love sharing. Instagram: goo.gl/vo0OeI Facebook: goo.gl/MPzEVD Twitter: goo.gl/Xz8sZR Email: SaudiFoodWithEman@gmail.com
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Home made Authentic Arabic Food, buried under the ground in a brick oven heated by natural dry wood branches such as olive and grape they last long. The branches are put on fire then Heated until the fire and smoke disappear and it's all charcoals. Then insert the rice (Basmati) with right spices and SAMEN ( special arabic butter oil) the chicken are seasoned too. ........................The taste was so amazing the rice was really nice tasted so good because it was under the chicken taking all the good stuff! should be eaten with special hot arabic salsa made with spices.