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|Alternative names||Gosh feel, Gosh-e feel, gowsh-e fil, gush-e fil|
|Place of origin||Afghanistan and Iran|
|Main ingredients||Dough, pistachios, powdered sugar|
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Gosh-e fil (Persian: گُوش فيل) is an Afghan and Iranian doughnut made by shaping dough into the shape of an ear (gosh), and deep-fried in oil. Each shape is then topped with chopped pistachios and powdered sugar. The Afghans usually make gosh-e fil for Eid ul-Fitr (religious celebration).
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