Ramadan Traditions in Makkah: Mantu

Actually, Mantu is eaten year round in the Makkah region but is an excellent addition to the Iftar table.     (Mantou (Chinese: 饅頭), often referred to as Chinese steamed bun, is a type of cloud-like steamed bread or bun popular in Northern China.[1] The name mantou is said to have originated from a tale about Zhuge Liang.[1])  The food in Makkah is very diverse due to the arrival of hajj pilgrims which have been arriving in the holy city for more than a thousand years. In Makkah, Mantu is eaten with a spicy hot sauce.9496498B-E0F8-4B17-BE16-C3CF159067CD

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