|Place of origin||Arabian Peninsula|
|Region or state||Kuwait, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Saudi Arabia|
|Main ingredients||Flour, oil, cardamom and saffron|
Khabees (Arabic: الخبيص sometimes pronounce as Khabeesa) is a traditional sweet dish from Arab States of the Persian Gulf, and common in Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. It is made of flour and oil and is commonly served as a traditional dish for breakfast, especially during Eid days.
Khabees comes from the Arabic word خبَصَ which translates to mix.
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