We really enjoy this, masha Allah (praise be to God). This is a traditional dish of the United Arab Emirates. It can be made with meat, fish and shrimp as well, cooking times adjusted. It says it is always served with radishes, freshly sliced onion, sliced limes and dates though I can't testify to the authenticity of that I added raisins to the dish and did not serve dates but with sliced limes and sometimes a radish salad and Recipe #387327. I modified this off of http://www.fahad.com/Dishes which is said to be originally from The Complete United Arab Emirates Cookbook by Celia Ann Brock- Al Ansari. I really did have to figure out the original recipe on my own though as it was poorly written.