Lakhli is a traditional meal prepared by camel meat, a generosity symbol of Sahrawis. Initially, meat is cut into pieces resembling to small cords. Afterwards, it is exposed to the sun to dry, put traditionally in a leather recipient then in a special bowl.
The preparation of melted Wanak (fat) is done on small fire. The last procedure is to mix dried crushed meat with hot Wanak.
For Sahrawis, Lakhli is a highly nutritious meal and a generosity proof and solicitude for guests. Offering this meal is the greatest honour that Sahrawis can offer for their guests. In fact, we are referring here to the most preferred meal for both young and ageing people.