Sfiha (Arabic: صفيحة sfīḥah), is a pizza-like dish originating from the Levant, but it is also known in Turkey as pide. It was introduced in Brazil and Argentina by Levantine immigrants, where it is known as esfirra.
In contrast to the modern use of lamb or beef, traditional sfiha are open-faced meat pies made with ground mutton. Historically, sfiha were much like dolma—simply ground lamb, lightly spiced, wrapped in brined grape leaves. In Brazil, sfihas are folded into a triangular pastry, such as a fatayer, although the open-faced version is very common too. Sfihas come with various toppings, including cheese, curd, lamb, beef or vegetables.