Al-Baik is a name which has become synonymous to Saudi Arabia. For those of you who unfortunately may not know, Al-Baik is the first and original fast food chain which originated from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Al-Baik is to the Kingdom what McDonald's or any other fast food chain is to the western world. Al-Baik is famous for their delicious breasted chicken and shrimps which they serve with a huge variety of dips and sauces.
Al-Baik currently has around 40 branches in Jeddah, three in Medina, Eight in Makah, 1 in Yanbu and one in Taif. They have recently opened a few branches in Riyadh as well.
Prince of Al Qaseem has signed a contract with the CEO of Al-Baik in which two new branches are all set to be open in Buraidah. These branches will be the first time that this Saudi fast-food chain will be available in regions outside western Saudi Arabia.
The popularity of the fast-food chain is so great in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia that the fast-food chain is identified as one of the major consumers of chicken inside of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Since the special delicious chicken served at this fast-food chain is loved dearly by nearly everyone whether Saudi or expat, we decided to share Al-Baik chicken recipes by 2 prominent professional chefs.
Today, however, we will tell you the recipe for the famous garlic sauce that is served with the delicious Al-Baik chicken.
Now you can have the chicken and the special sauce right in the comfort of your own home, and you can even use this garlic sauce along with other foods as a dip or a sauce. Ingredients for Al-Baik Chicken, Garlic Sauce Recipe
- Garlic Powder: 1 tsp (it is preferred if you use fresh garlic if it is not available then use the garlic powder)
- Vinegar: 1 tsp
- Mayonnaise: 3 – 4 tbsp.
- Salt: 1- 2 pinches according to taste
- Cream: 2 tbsp.
I have personally known many people who have bought Al-Baik chicken and taken it to their hometowns just so that their families or friends could also experience the wholesome goodness of Al-Baik chicken.
Al-Baik Chicken opened they are the first-ever outlet in 1974, and since then have opened more than 50 branches in the western area of Saudi Arabia.
People from all around the Kingdom have appealed to the owners of the fast food franchise to either open an outlet in their cities or to allow them to franchise Al-Baik chicken and allow them to open an outlet in their own cities.
The recipe for the Al-Baik chicken can be accessed through our page where an entire article has been devoted only to the goodness of Al-Baik chicken.
Disclaimer: the recipe for the garlic sauce has been taken from foodilicious where professional chefs have created this recipe according to their tastes and estimates. We are not liable for this recipe under any circumstances.