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How to Prep Freeze Somali Flatbread aka Sabayad Sida Loo Diyaariyo Sabaayad Loona Barafeeyo

Gurigeyga waa laga jecelyahay sabaayada, sida dadkeen badankiisi ay ugahelaan. Laakiin wakhtibadan ayay qaadataa, marka aadan wakhti heyin na ma fududa in lasameeyo. Marka waxaan idinla wadagayaa sida aan u udiyaarsano sabaayada (maalin ayaan tijaabiyay, waana ka helay siday ku soo baxday) Sabaayada intaad kahelikartaa sida loo sameeyo https://myhalwad.com/2016/05/23/sabaayad-somali-flatbread/

Talaabooyinka:

Sabaayada xash, kuus kuus, fidi, saliid mari, laablaab, sida sabayada loo sameeyo. soo qaado saxanka buskudka lagu dubo/foorneeyo, ama saxan fidsan si sabaayadu u laabnin. Markaad fidisid sabaayada saar saxanka, kadibna waraaqaha buskudka lagu dubo (wax paper ama parchment paper) u dhaxeesii xabad walba. Markaad dhameesid bacda cuntada ama alumiyamka (aluminum foil) ku dabool, oo talaagada qeebta barafka gali, ilaa 6 saacadood ama intey barafoobayaan. Kadib weel barafka loogu talagal oo dabool leh ku wareeji ama ziplock.

Markaad diyaarka tahay, kululee maqlaha, oo sabaayadii oo baraf ah saar (sidan ayaa iigu fududeed) sug ilaa ilaa iyo 1 daqiiqo, kadib saliid yar kushup oorog, kari ilaa iyou 1 daqiiqo oo kale, ama ilaa intay ka casaanayan labda dhinacba. Waad rog rogi kartaa.

My home loves eating Sabaayad/chapati. Unfortunately, when you don’t have enough time, it always becomes tricky (although that doesn’t stop us šŸ™‚ ) One day, I decided to try this method of freezing the prepped sabaayad and see what happens, and it came out pretty good. I believe frozen sabaayad can last up to 3 months, but it never lasts that long in my home, lol. The recipe for the sabaayad is here, plus the video https://myhalwad.com/2016/05/23/sabaayad-somali-flatbread/

Directions:

If you like the convenience of a frozen sabaayad but want it to taste freshly cooked sabaayad, you can freeze uncooked sabaayad dough. Make the sabaayad dough following the recipe on top. Roll out the sabaayad in the same way you would if you were preparing to cook them fresh. Using a baking sheet or a large enough flat, safe freezer dish, stack the sabaayad, placing parchment paper between each sabaayad. Wrap them in plastic wrap or aluminum foil and put them in the freezer. If you’re using plastic freezer bags, ensure that the freezer bags are flat so that the sabaayad doesn’t lose its shape.

Enjoy!

Categories: gluten free

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