|Place of origin||Hejaz, Saudi Arabia|
|Main ingredients||rice, broth, butter, milk|
|Cookbook: Saleeg - ? Media: Saleeg - ?|
Saleeg (Arabic: ? Hejazi pronunciation: [sa'li:g]) is a white-rice dish, cooked in broth, that originates in Hejaz region in the west of Saudi Arabia, where it is commonly regarded as a national dish of the region.
Saleeg originated in the Hijaz region but is now popular all over the Arab world.
It can be prepared with chicken or other meat.
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