This meal is prepared after having completely cut the animal into pieces of meat and put them inside guts like a large open pocket.
Afterwards, the pocket is buried in warm sand covered with wooden fire. The meat is carefully placed so that it will remain exposed to air.
The quitting air generates a whistling during the time the meat is being cooked which does not exceed one hour in most cases. After this, meat is taken out of sand. It takes the form of Kidr thus keeping meat taste.