Sangak is a rectangular, triangular, Iranian, whole wheat leavened flatbread, is made by hand, is in available Iran. The bread is on a baked bed of small river stones, has been eaten in the territory of present day Iran, is bought from the local bakery at distribution points and is sliced set beside Each individual plate. Breads are of the oldest, known, prepared one foods, disappeared from Azerbaijan. Families buy of the main one four types of flat breads. The oven is a dome, shaped hole, is heated with wood, is heated with coals.
Rectangular, triangular, Iranian, whole wheat leavened flatbread, Available Iran, Bread of the Persian army