Mandi is a traditional dish originated from Hadhramaut, Yemen, consisting mainly of meat and rice with a special blend of spices, cooked in a pit underground.
It's extremely popular and prevalent in most areas of the Arabian Peninsula, and even considered a staple dish in many regions.
It's also found in Egypt, the Levant, and Turkey.
Mandi is usually made from rice, meat (lamb, camel, goat or chicken), and a mixture of spices.
The Mandi spice mixture will add a unique taste to the chicken, meat and rice.