|Place of origin||Iran|
|Main ingredients||Yogurt and starch dough, syrup|
Bāmiyeh (Azerbaijani: Ballıbadı, Persian: باميه) or zulbiā and bāmieh (Persian: زولبیا باميه) is a traditional Iranian treat, similar to a doughnut. It is made from a yogurt and starch-based dough, which is fried before being dipped in syrup. It is a special sweet often enjoyed at Iftar in Ramadan. It is also commonly served with its counterpart, the zulbiā (Zoolbia), which is prepared the same way but is a web-like arrangement of strips of dough.
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