Jordanian cuisine is a Middle Eastern cuisine that has evolved over the years as a result of social and political changes. It is a traditional style of food preparation that originated in Jordan. There are several cooking methods in Jordanian cuisine, ranging from baking to sautéing and grilling to stuffing vegetables (courgettes, capsicums, eggplants, etc.). Jordanian cuisine relies heavily on meat. Lamb, beef, chicken, and occasionally goat and camel are all popular in Jordan. Roasting and preparing foods in unique sauces are also common.