Chicken Mansaf is a traditional Jordanian dish that consists of tender pieces of chicken cooked in a spiced broth, served on top of a bed of rice and garnished with almonds, pine nuts, and parsley. The dish is typically served on special occasions and is often considered the national dish of Jordan.
The chicken is cooked in a mixture of spices, including cumin, coriander, and cardamom, and is often simmered in a broth made with yogurt, creating a creamy and tangy flavor. The dish is typically served family-style, with diners using their hands to scoop up the chicken and rice. It is often accompanied by a side of yogurt sauce or salad.