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it looking good i like it hope one day i can try it in real
Yes Brother! we call okra, "Bamiyah" too.
actually here we have two things with same names!
So we usually use "bamiyah" for okra.
then for talking about those sweets, we use them together: "Zulbiya & Bamiyah".
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Ajeeb! We say bamiyah for okra. You always provide a good explanation with pictures. Thanks, my dear good friend!
Ah, looks delicious.
As you can see in the following image,We have same sweets in Iran (zalabiya) or in Persian "Zulbiya".
we call those sweets that are like plates, "Zulbiya".
also we call those sweets that are like balls, "Bamiyeh"
We usually eat these sweets in the holy month of Ramadan at Iftar meal (Breakfast).
Bisaha wa raha ya sewar! Anti taamuri wa zawjati tanafith. I will tell my wife to make something urgent for you. I am sorry to make you hungry. This is because you are a sincere person. Thanks for your kind comment!
Mercy......Me.......My.......God!!! I adore such kind of sweets. I can eat them at all seasons. Not only in winter. Really my friend, you made me hungry.........Mercy me God!!!!
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