Baby Camel Burgers

Old Jul 10th 2009, 5:18 am
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Saudi restaurant serves baby camel burgers

Delicate to taste and low in fat ‘Hashi’ Baby Camel burgers is the new craze among fast food lovers in Saudi Arabia.
A fast food restaurant is offering baby camel burgers as the latest way for the camel-crazed country to enjoy one of their favourite delicacies.
"The idea...was to invent something new. It is about the love of Saudi people for camel meat," said Saleh Quwaisi, one of the owners of the Local Hashi Meals restaurant in the capital Riyadh which plans to open a second branch soon and considers to expand further.
The experiment with baby camel burgers has met with enthusiasm in a country where the camel is a symbol of nomadic traditions.

Walid Sanchez, managing director of sufraiti.com, a popular Saudi online dining directory, sees a huge market for camel burgers as Saudis like to try out new menus and appreciate the quality of locally made meat.
"People like camel meat but no one experimented with camel burgers before...I think it will be a popular thing, it will definitely take off," said Sanchez.
Customers visiting the packed restaurant in Riyadh on a weekend night agreed.
"I'm frankly trying it for the first time and I really like it," said Mohammad Naghi. "It doesn't have much fat, it's light and has a delicate taste," he said as he chewed away
Riyadh, which is home to one of the biggest camel markets on the Arabian peninsula, regularly hosts camel races, and every year in various places across the kingdom there are pageants - where a winner could claim hundreds of thousands of dollars.

http://www.gulfnews.com/news/gulf/sa.../10329585.html
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Saudi restaurant serves baby camel burgers

Delicate to taste and low in fat ‘Hashi’ Baby Camel burgers is the new craze among fast food lovers in Saudi Arabia.
A fast food restaurant is offering baby camel burgers as the latest way for the camel-crazed country to enjoy one of their favourite delicacies.
"The idea...was to invent something new. It is about the love of Saudi people for camel meat," said Saleh Quwaisi, one of the owners of the Local Hashi Meals restaurant in the capital Riyadh which plans to open a second branch soon and considers to expand further.
The experiment with baby camel burgers has met with enthusiasm in a country where the camel is a symbol of nomadic traditions.

Walid Sanchez, managing director of sufraiti.com, a popular Saudi online dining directory, sees a huge market for camel burgers as Saudis like to try out new menus and appreciate the quality of locally made meat.
"People like camel meat but no one experimented with camel burgers before...I think it will be a popular thing, it will definitely take off," said Sanchez.
Customers visiting the packed restaurant in Riyadh on a weekend night agreed.
"I'm frankly trying it for the first time and I really like it," said Mohammad Naghi. "It doesn't have much fat, it's light and has a delicate taste," he said as he chewed away
Riyadh, which is home to one of the biggest camel markets on the Arabian peninsula, regularly hosts camel races, and every year in various places across the kingdom there are pageants - where a winner could claim hundreds of thousands of dollars.

http://www.gulfnews.com/news/gulf/sa.../10329585.html
McCamel Royale...

and the variants will be Chicken McCamel and Beef McCamel with jalapenos...

Hardees will introduce Humpy Deluxe...
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Baby camels, (less than 6 months) are usually used for Emiratee weddings and holidays. They are roasted in a pit in the ground.
The hump is the most desired part. I found it delicious.

I bet those burgers are pretty good.
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Originally Posted by buddymom View Post
Baby camels, (less than 6 months) are usually used for Emiratee weddings and holidays. They are roasted in a pit in the ground.
The hump is the most desired part. I found it delicious.

I bet those burgers are pretty good.
But alot of Saudis love camels in the flesh rather than cooked on the plate so I don't see the craze lasting.
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Originally Posted by buddymom View Post
Baby camels, (less than 6 months) are usually used for Emiratee weddings and holidays. They are roasted in a pit in the ground.
The hump is the most desired part. I found it delicious.

I bet those burgers are pretty good.
me too love the stuff, yummm
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Saudi restaurant serves baby camel burgers

Delicate to taste and low in fat ‘Hashi’ Baby Camel burgers is the new craze among fast food lovers in Saudi Arabia.
A fast food restaurant is offering baby camel burgers as the latest way for the camel-crazed country to enjoy one of their favourite delicacies.
"The idea...was to invent something new. It is about the love of Saudi people for camel meat," said Saleh Quwaisi, one of the owners of the Local Hashi Meals restaurant in the capital Riyadh which plans to open a second branch soon and considers to expand further.
The experiment with baby camel burgers has met with enthusiasm in a country where the camel is a symbol of nomadic traditions.

Walid Sanchez, managing director of sufraiti.com, a popular Saudi online dining directory, sees a huge market for camel burgers as Saudis like to try out new menus and appreciate the quality of locally made meat.
"People like camel meat but no one experimented with camel burgers before...I think it will be a popular thing, it will definitely take off," said Sanchez.
Customers visiting the packed restaurant in Riyadh on a weekend night agreed.
"I'm frankly trying it for the first time and I really like it," said Mohammad Naghi. "It doesn't have much fat, it's light and has a delicate taste," he said as he chewed away
Riyadh, which is home to one of the biggest camel markets on the Arabian peninsula, regularly hosts camel races, and every year in various places across the kingdom there are pageants - where a winner could claim hundreds of thousands of dollars.

http://www.gulfnews.com/news/gulf/sa.../10329585.html
I ate camel in Oz, it's pretty tasty.
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I ate camel in Oz, it's pretty tasty.
Japanese Wagyu camels are the best...
Angus Prime camel is not half bad either...But it has to be corn fed at some point...
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