YouTuber Adam Saleh tells us why he loves the Yemeni dish lamb haneeth

YouTuber Adam Saleh tells us why he loves the Yemeni dish lamb haneeth

We visited Yemen Cafe in Brooklyn, New York, with YouTuber Adam Saleh to see how the traditional dish lamb haneeth is made. Lamb haneeth is slow-cooked and takes five hours to make. When ready, the strands of meat are supple and almost fall off the bone. The …

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