In countries that traditionally eat camel, a popular dish almost seems like a take on the American dish, turducken. A whole baby camel is boned and stuffed with a whole lamb, which is stuffed with a whole chicken. In between the animals is a stuffing of rice, raisins, nuts, and spices.
Source: Food Culture in the Near East, Middle East and North Africa by Peter Heine p. 37
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