all-purpose flour, sugar, baking powder, honey, salt, water, vegetable oil, unsalted butter
Jachnun is a most popular and national dish of Yemen. Jachnun is one of those dishes that everyone in Israel loves but few actually make themselves. These rolled sticks of dough are a Yemenite Jewish food. The dish is one of many slow-cooked Jewish foods invented to be prepared a day in advance and baked all night long, so that there would be hot food on the sabbath, when lighting fires is prohibited.
Created Nov. 16, 2017 by: anika854
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