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January 04, 2009

Sangak in London


After 26 years, I had a freshly baked sangak yesterday.

Sangak is a rectangular Persian flatbread. 'Sang' in Persian means stone or pebble and 'sangak' means little stone. This bread is traditionally baked on river stones (hence the name), and is topped with sesame seeds.
(Mahdi Restaurant, Finchley, London)

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>> A sangak which bears an image of a woman in chador

Posted by mehrdad at 10:17 PM | London | Sangak |

November 24, 2004



A Sangak bread which bears an image of a woman in Chador. After this story.

Posted by mehrdad at 01:19 AM | Journal 2004 | Sangak |