by Anaa Rajpoot
Fiteer baladi is actually known as ” BALADI BREAD “. It is like bread that you should try whenever you visit Egypt. It is also called “AISH BALADI”. It means the bread of life. The Egyptians looked at the bread. It is an ancient form of bread in Egyptian culture. “Baladi” means traditional life, “luxury”. Many Arab countries use the word “goat bread”, but because of the special bread in Egyptian life, it is called “ash bald”.
It is interesting to read the history of Egyptian bread in this area. This bread was baked in ancient times with an old grain called ‘Aamir‘ and it was baked in a fine oven made of blue clay. Between them is a fine oil, sponge flour, and a large amount of butter or butter in between. This is a popular Egyptian recipe.
This car looks and feels like an Egyptian flat with a bread strap, but it tastes different. Symbolically, anything looks like big bread. We only wanted the scent of Emos, and that was heaven. The secret of wheat germ is the bread and the taste is very green. I really suggest using bread to make it feel good. Made of 100 pieces and no meat. Bread plays an important role in Egyptian culture. They ate it all, rich and poor.
It has a distinct taste and aroma. We guarantee that you will enjoy some of the dishes as they contain natural recipes and ingredients. The Egyptians had these cows, death, shawarma, Hoshi, cheese, and much more. Naturally, there is nothing solid to hold, flour control, beans, and wheat syrup. No computer controller is as dangerous as potassium bromide or potassium iodine. Our family wants healthy food and things like that for you.
The Egyptians called it “life” 和 “luxury.” “Ashbilds” is often translated as “real life or ordinary life”. It is a symbol of family love, hospitality, and friendship. Sharing bread is a sign of trust and relationship.
Some important things that you should know about the making of the dough. The dough should be soft, but not sticky on your hands. If it’s sticky, don’t worry, add wheat flour and other glue. Now put the flour in a small bowl of corn oil and cover with plastic wrap.
- carbs 28g
- protein 5g
- fats 2g
- calorie 128
- For making dough, take a bowl and add flour to it.
- Now gradually add water to it.
- By adding 1 cup of water to it, also add yeast in it.
- Put one tablespoon of oil in it along with salt and sugar.
- Knead this dough.
- When the dough gets bubbly and soft.
- Knead it and then bake it.