Al Sadiyah/Sadiyah refers to Arabic golden fish and rice dish, with fragrant spices such as cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and coriander. Coastal areas in Saudi Arabia are famous for seafood and rice dishes. Al-Sayadiah is an example of such a dish which consists of fish cooked with rice, onions and spices. Sadiyah is also one of Yemen's popular dishes.

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