|Place of origin||Lebanon|
|Region or state||Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Iran, Palestine, Syria|
|Main ingredients||Meat, spinach, cheese or Za'atar|
Fatayer, Petaeer (Arabic: فطاير)is a meat pie that can alternatively be stuffed with spinach (Arabic: سبانخ), or cheese (Arabic: جبنه) such as Feta or Akkawi. It is part of Lebanese cuisine and is eaten in Iraq, Iran, Syria, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, andKuwait. In Argentina, fatayer are also popular as a variety of empanada, called empanada árabe.
- Curry puff
- Labensky, Steven; Ingram, Gaye G.; Labensky, Sarah R. (2001.) "Webster's New World Dictionary of Culinary Arts. Prentice Hall. p. 166.
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