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Sayadieh, also known as Sayadia, is a popular Middle Eastern dish that originated from the coastal regions of Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, and Jordan. It is typically made with fish, rice, caramelized onions, and a variety of spices such as cumin, turmeric, and cinnamon.

The fish is usually fried or baked, then served on top of the rice and onion mixture, and garnished with toasted pine nuts and fresh parsley. Some variations of the dish also include tomato sauce or yogurt sauce.

Sayadieh is often served during special occasions and celebrations, and it is considered a staple dish in many Middle Eastern households.



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