Afghan Boulani — Boulani is a baked or fried, stuffed bread. It is made by filling a square piece of dough with a garlic-chive mixture and folding it diagonally into a triangle. Traditionally it is filled with gandana (similar to garlic-chives) and served with a yogurt sauce. Gandana is available at Middle Eastern markets. Scallions, however, make a good substitute.
Atter (Syrup) — This is the standard holy syrup that Arabs pour over most things sweet. This
syrup is used for a number of Middle Eastern pastries and treats. It will keep for a very long time stored covered in the refrigerator.