- From Hindi. (Wiktionary)
“We packed away our clothing and the kitchen (the coffee-pots and mortar, one saucepan, the goatskin for water, and a large convex iron pan called a saj for making the flat bread we seemed condemned to live on) and made ready to slip away.”
“November 2, 2009 at 4: 41 pm fleece pullover for me please, thanks saj abbas says ...”
“In one of the alleys of my beloved Damascus, we sat in an old cafe and ate some saj bread.”
“But the traditional version wraps the chicken in a kind of bread called marquq, a very thin flatbread made on a saj grill.”
“I wanted to set up a saj stand at the Texas State Fair.”
“The meat is usually very thinly sliced, marinated, and then the strips are grilled on the saj.”
“Numerous types of flatbreads can be made on a saj, so the term "saj bread," occaisionally seen on Middle Eastern style menus in the West, could refer to any number of breads.”
“The saj is literally a metal dome with a heat source underneath, usually a ring of gas flames.”
“Last time I was in Paris I think I saw more saj stands than in Lebanon, such was their popularity for tasty cheap street food.”
“The saj صاج is a round domed grill found across the eastern Mediterranean, particularly in Lebanon, that is used for cooking a preparing a variety of breads, sandwiches, and meats.”
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