Western Saharan cuisine
Western Saharan cuisine comprises the cuisine of Western Sahara, a disputed territory in the Maghreb region of North Africa, bordered by Morocco to the north, Algeria to the extreme northeast, Mauritania to the east and south, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west.
Food is primarily imported into Western Sahara, as minimal rainfall in the territory inhibits agricultural production. Indigenous sources of food include those derived from fishing and nomadic pastoralism. The labor and business in these indigenous provisions of foods are also a primary contributor of income for the territory's population, and are among the primary contributors to the economy of Western Sahara.
Common foods and dishes
- Camel meat 
- Made solely from Dromedaries
- Couscous 
- Goat meat 
- Meifrisa is a traditional dish of the region. It's a stew prepared with lamb or camel meat, onion, and garlic, served atop unleavened bread.
- African cuisine
- Culture of Western Sahara
- History of Western Sahara
- List of ecoregions in Western Sahara
- Oases of Western Sahara (category)
- List of African cuisines
- List of African dishes
- List of rivers in Western Sahara
- Moroccan cuisine
- North African cuisine
- Sub-Saharan Africa
- West African cuisine
- Wildlife of Western Sahara
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