Famous even beyond the Kingdom’s borders, the luscious Aseedah is Baha’s pride. This savory concoction is made from either corn or wheat flour. Yoghurt and broth are mixed steadily until the mixture thickens. This is then served with butter or margarine. A thickened version of this dish is known as Al Aish.
he historical village of Zee Al-Ain is the jewel of AlBahah Province and will take you by surprise. Located down the cliffs of the City of Al-Bahah it gathers unique features that make this place enchanting – the most striking being the whiteness of the marble hill the village was built on, which contrasts with the darker shades of the grandiose Sarawat mountains in the background.