|Place of origin||Yemen|
|Main ingredients||white flour, eggs, clarified butter, honey and Nigella sativa|
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Bint al-sahn (Arabic: بنت الصحن, romanized: Bint as-Saḥn, lit. 'daughter of the plate'), also known as sabayah, is a Yemeni sweet dish made from a dough, which is prepared by mixing white flour, eggs, yeast and clarified butter, known as samn (سمن). It is baked in multiple layers in an oven, which is served with honey on top and sprinkled with habbat as sowda (Nigella sativa).
- Food Cultures of the World Encyclopedia: [Four Volumes] - Ken Albala. p. 320.
- Departures and Arrivals - Eric Newby. p. 148.
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