Sha phaley

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Tibetan snack Syabhaley in Nepal.jpg
Tibetan snack Shabhaley in Nepal
TypeBread or pastry
Place of originHimalaya
Main ingredientsbread, beef, vegetables

Shabhaley, also known as sha phaley, is a Tibetan dish of bread stuffed with seasoned beef[1] and cabbage, which is then fashioned into semi-circular or circular shapes and which according to regional variations is either deep fried or pan fried like pot stickers.

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  1. ^ "Shapale — Tibetan Fried Meat Pie Recipe". 10 August 2012.