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Sfihah or also known as 'Arab Pizza', is an Arab pizza-like dish originating from the Arabian Peninsula and Levant, and introduced in Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina by Levantine immigrants.in contrast to the modern use of lamb or beef, traditional sfiha are open-faced meat pies made with ground mutton. Historically, sfiha were much like dolma—simply ground lamb, lightly spiced, wrapped in brined grape leaves. In Brazil, sfihas are folded into a triangular pastry, although the open-faced version is very common too.
Recipe of Sfiha pastry
|Paprika / Chili Powder||1/2||Teaspoons|
2. Give a knock back and roll the dough for further use.
3. Take bowl and add lamb mince, chilly powder, paprika, all spicy powder, cinnamon powder, chopped onion, chopped tomato, chopped mint, chopped coriander, yogurt, pine nuts, tahini sauce, salt, and honey, mix it well, Take a ball of dough and using a rolling pin, roll them like round big sheet and using cutter cut it into small disc, and 1 tbsp of filling into the middle of the small disc.
4. pinch the dough together around the base of the filling on opposite sides, then repeat on the remaining two sides. Rub them with olive oil and bake them in to oven for 200c for around 15 minutes.