Shafout refers to bread soaked in yoghurt with coriander. Shafout is also described as a thin bread with milk, fresh mint and coriander. Shafoot is a favourite in Sana'a, consisting of spongy Ethiopian bread soaked in a spicy yoghurt sauce. Shafout is one of the traditional foods of Yemen.

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