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Bolani Gandana

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Bolani Gandana

Bolani is an Afghan thin bread that is filled and fried golden.

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    Bolani is an Afghan thin bread that is filled and fried golden. They taste the most delicious fresh and hot and are served with a good yogurt dip. Bolani can be served as a side dish or as a whole meal. A good vegetarian dish that also suits vegans. If you want to serve a vegan yogurt dip next to it, you can easily replace the yogurt with soy or oat yogurt.

    • Serves 6
    • Medium

    Directions

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    Bread:
    4–6 dl wheat flour
    1 krm salt
    25 grams yeast
    2–3 tablespoons oil
    Water

    Filling:
    4–5 cooked potatoes
    ¼ leeks
    ¼ yellow onions
    1 krm black pepper
    1 krm salt
    Oil for frying.

     

     

     

     

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    Steps

    1
    Done

    Start with the bread dough. Measure out the water in a stainless steel bowl, heat the water to 37 degrees (finger warm). Crumble down the yeast, mix with a wooden spoon. Pour in the salt. Take 3 dl wheat flour and work it down into the bowl. Then take some flour at a time. Work the dough until it releases the edges of the bowl and is not sticky. Let the dough rise for 30 minutes.

    2
    Done

    Tear or chop the potato, onion and leeks small. Fry everything until the onion is glossy and soft. Salt and pepper.

    3
    Done

    Pick up the dough on the baking table and knead it warm. Divide the dough into 4-6 parts and form round buns. Roll out the dough into large, round and thin breads. Place the filling on one side of the round, fold over the other half. Press firmly, the pie should be flat.

    4
    Done

    Heat oil in a frying pan. Bake the pastries until golden brown. Flatten the pastries in the frying pan and stick holes if there is any bubble. Place the pastries on paper towels to remove some of the oil.

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