Egyptian cuisine is a unique combination of fresh vegetables, meat flavoring and spices. Being in Hurghada worth a try local specialties, and not limited to meals served in hotels.
Traditional Egyptian dishes can be found in many restaurants, as well as small pubs located in different places of the resort. Egyptians traditionally eat three meals a day, ie breakfast, Lunch and dinner, and in each of them there are specific foods. They are eaten willingly among other salads, which have little in common with, what we know from our kitchen. It uses beans in them, Garlic, onions, herbs and semolina couscous. Egyptian main courses are mainly meat in various forms, it may be beef, veal, mutton or chicken. Often on the table there are also fish and other seafood, but for religious reasons in restaurants practically do not have pork. In addition to the meats are fried eggplant, tomatoes, green peas, the different varieties of beans and potatoes. Also they are often eaten pasta, for example minced meat in béchamel sauce. Very nutritious soups are also Egyptian, based on beans, lentils and pasta, often with meat. Sweets lovers will also find something for themselves, Egyptian desserts are based primarily on the different varieties of honey and nuts, They are incredibly sweet and simply delicious. Egyptians loved to drink coffee and tea, but both of these drinks is administered differently than in Europe.