In this instruction you learn how to make a Persian pizza . I think you didn't eat a Persian pizza so far . So you test a new and different pizza now !

The traits of this pizza are : different aroma , different bread and different taste . Also with toppings. For example meat , corn and bread have many good trails :

Meat : protein , energy and etc , corn : A Vitamin , phosphor , potassium and etc , bread : farina , energy and etc .

Step 1: Ingredients

  1. Fragmentary meat : 250g : I use less
  2. Small Onion : a number
  3. Corn (sorgho)
  4. Thin bread : a number
  5. Pimento : a few
  6. Pizza cheese :
  7. Salt , pepper : the amount you wish
  8. Thyme
  9. Ketchup and mustard sauce : the amount you wish

This reminds me of some <a href="http://www.atlaspizzasportsbar.com/Menulist/Display/" rel="nofollow">pizza in Calgary</a> I once tried. Thank you for posting this!
Just: wow!
This would be excellent with zatar (translation: a mixture of dried sumac, thyme! &amp; sesame seeds, which is popular in the middle east. It's tart &amp; savory &amp; delicious. You can buy it online from spice purveyors such as Penzey's.
Although this is difficult to understand, it looks very interesting and delicious. I am just confused about they type of meat and bread to use. I would assume that it is pita bread, but I am not sure.
I edit 4 work in my instructables and I think my text is better now . Thanks to you and ChrysN for your notifications .
Is this an authentic Iranian dish then ? What's its Farsi name, as close as you can render it ? It looks really good !
Looks like ground beef to me :)
judging from the picture, its a arabic 'pita - like' bread called Khobez, you can find it in arabic,turkish,iranian,shops or tesco or asda if u live in theuk i don't really know about america
I think it's hamburger and pita. It's a fun read!
where do you live?
cool, I live in turkey
Then why are you called KentuckySam?<br>
I was born in Kentucky, but I now live overseas, and for the past few years I have lived in Turkey.
Nice will try it. <br>Can you give me the recipe for bread. <br>By the way I'm in Costa Rica
From my experience, Persians never forget to add ketchup to the pizza..... or ranch dressing....
Yes ... !

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