Dünya şehirlerinde sokak lezzetleri
The scene: Jordanian street food is a tantalizing hybrid of Persian, Mediterranean, and North African cuisines. Manakish, for example, is a type of Arabic pizza smothered in za’atar, olive oil, halloumi, eggs, and ground meat (give or take an ingredient). The dough is baked in a brick oven and hawked on nearly every street corner in the city—along with the most heavenly charcoal-grilled meats you’ve ever smelled.
The dish: juicy lamb kofta, a.k.a. shish kebabs.