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Kabsa ( kabsah) is a family of mixed rice dishes that originates from Yemen, where it is commonly regarded as a national dish. Though kabsa is believed to be indigenous to Yemen, it is often served in countries such as Saudi Arabia, Palestine, Jordan, Qatar, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Iraq and Kuwait. The dish is also popularly known as makbūs in most Arab states of the Arab Gulf, but is served in the same way.