Middle East Recipes

Sugar Sambosa

by Shelly
(Kuwait)

I married an Egyptian man about 5 years ago and have learned how to make some really tasty foods, if you are interested I will submit more recipes (primarily egyptian).
This particular recipe is very simple, but it is really tasty.

2 cups flour
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 cup sugar
water

Mix first 3 ingredients, add water slowly until the consistency is like cookie dough. On a floured surface knead the dough several times and then roll out very thin (just a bit thicker than paper). Cut sections that are 6 to 8 inches in diameter, they don't need to be perfect or in any certain shape. Then put about a tablespoon of sugar on the section, fold it in half to form a pocket, seal all edges securely and fry with hot oil in a frying pan until done (lightly browned), drain on paper towels, let cool and serve..

Note: You can add cinnamon or instead of sugar, try some fruit preserves.

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Spicy Bread Toast

by Jenny
(India)

I know this is unusual but it is Indian food. Take a slice of bread and dip it in water slightly and put some pickle inside it. Boil some oil in a pan and after a half minute put the bread inside it.

Fry bread so it gets ready and spicy. Instead of pickle you can try some chopped onions and garlic paste with 2 or 3 coriander leaves. Roll up. It is mostly called ham stuffed bread!!!

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Bread samosa

by sareema ahmad
(nipa chorangi block a-14 karachi sindh pakistan)

ingredients

Take 12 bread and cut their corners now take 2 sheets and put the bread in it and roll it
same to all
Now for filling
boil 2 potatoes and mash them now add coriander crushed red chillies one table spoon sirka
3 table spoon basin 2 table spoon salt,1 tea spoon black pepper,1 green chili sliced.
Now mix all the ingredients and fill it in breads
and fry it
your hot bread samosa is ready

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