How to Make Zoulbia
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How to Make Zoulbia
Tannaz Sassooni of "All Kinds of Yum" teaches us how to make this delicious Persian treat. See the full recipe here: http://tannazie.blogspot.com/2016/12/hanukkah-video-zoulbia.html
Created with the generous support of the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles & NuRoots.
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