Lahme bi ajeen is a delicious Lebanese dish. It literally means "meat with dough", but a more accurate description is typically: a 5cm by 10cm rectangle of filo pastry topped with fried mince, pine seeds, some sesame seed paste and a squeeze of lemon.

There are some other variants; for example, instead of using filo pastry, use a dough not too dissimilar to pizza base, and then spread mince meat with spices. It is then put into a tannour (think woodfire oven) where it is cooked until ready.

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