Bint al-sahn

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Bint as-Saḥn
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Bint as-Saḥn
Place of originYemen
Main ingredientswhite flour, eggs, clarified butter, honey and Nigella sativa

Bint al-sahn (Arabic: بنت الصحن‎, romanizedBint as-Saḥn, lit. 'daughter of the plate'),[1][2] also known as sabayah, is a Yemeni sweet dish made from a dough, which is prepared by mixing white flour, eggs,[3] yeast and clarified butter, known as samn (سمن). It is baked in multiple layers in an oven, which is served with honey on top[1][3] and sprinkled with habbat as sowda (Nigella sativa).

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