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Fatafeat launches three new cooking shows for Ramadan

The shows are also available on the Fatafeat App.

Doog Min Yaddi

In celebration of the Holy month of Ramadan, Fatafeat, the home of Arabic cooking, launched three new cooking shows. Featuring the Queen of the Arabic kitchen, chef Manal AlAlem, as well as chef Marwan Sardouk and Moroccan chef Assia Othman, the shows premiered on April 12, also available on the Fatafeat App – formerly known as Genius Kitchen.

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Matbakh Manal AlAlem Season 3

The region’s much-loved chef Manal offers viewers her ultimate tips to grace their Ramadan tables with succulent menus. Her delectable recipe creations provide the much-needed inspiration for a welcoming Iftar setting.

Airing daily throughout Ramadan at 12:00pm (KSA)

Ibn Al Bahhar

Chef Marwan Sardouk takes home cooking to the next level as he educates viewers on sea life and fishing, providing valuable information to elevate every recipe! Throughout the show, chef Marwan prepares a variety of mouth-watering seafood dishes, giving viewers the necessary dose of inspiration for their Ramadan menus, with simple seafood recipes that make cooking fun and delicious.

Airing every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 12:55 pm (KSA)

Doog Min Yaddi Season 2

Talented Moroccan chef, Assia Othman, adds a flourish to regional cuisine as she artistically creates a variety of oriental dishes. Celebrating the region’s love for Middle Eastern and North African recipes, chef Assia gives viewers tips on special herbs and spices that give the cuisine its distinct flavour.

Airing every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 13:50 pm (KSA)

Catch these new shows, along with a host of other fan-favourites on Fatafeat (beIN channel 251) as well as on the Fatafeat App, available now to download across the region on iOS and Android app stores for live TV and catch-up bingeing.