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A popular Banglaedeshi snack - the bakarkhani which is a type of layered bread. It is thought that the Bangladeshi bakarkhani may have its roots in Kashmir and arrived via the northern regions. Although the bread is similar to a paratha, the name Bakarkhani appears only in Kashmir and Bangladesh. The bread is made by stretching a sheet of dough repeatedly and interleaving with ghee before baking on a tandoor or tawa. The best they say are bought in Old Dhaka.
This is taken in Old Dhaka and they were delicious.

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