Afghani burger

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Afghani burger
Place of origin Afghanistan
Serving temperature Hot
Main ingredients Afghan bread, french fries, cabbage and other vegetables, Afghan chutneys and other assorted condiments
Variations With sausages or other meat additions

An Afghani burger (also known as the Kabuli burger) is a fast food wrap consisting of a piece of Afghan bread rolled around french fries, along with chutney and other condiments, vegetables, and often sausages or other meat. It borrows influences from Afghan cuisine and was popularized inside Pakistan by Afghan immigrants (especially in Islamabad and Peshawar).[1][2] It is also found in Delhi, India.[3]

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