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 When I was travelling, I ate this particular bread, I don't know it's name but I will try to describe it as much as I can. If anyone knows the recipe or it's name please kindly post it.  

Bread: I think its a not so sweet milk bread, very soft and chewy. the crust was also very thin and soft.

Stuffing: there was cheese inside, a type of white cheese. I want to know what type of cheese it was. It wasnt too salty like feta. 

How it was assembled: It was pull-apart type, balls of dough filled with a small piece of cheese and several balls stuck together inside a foil pie plate. It was sticky due to being drenched in honey or syrup. It reminded me of a honeycomb. 

I fell in love with it when I ate it. Since I didn't speak the native language so I had no way to ask for the recipe. 


 What country were you in?  That might help.

"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose." Jim Elliot


 visiting my dad in Saudi Arabia. I don't speak arabic so I couldn't ask the baker about the recipe.

 I don't know arab breads but that is helpfull as someone might know of an Arabic bread like that.

"He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose." Jim Elliot


 I don't think it's arabic bread cuz the cuisine of Saudi is influenced a lot by other cuisines. It maybe french, italian, spanish or greek.



Lots of arab breads listed on this site. If you bought it in a bakery it's almost certainly arab. many of the types of breads listed on this site and the other recipes or variants thereof  are found all over the Mediterranean and Middle East. Also places like Malta and Sicily.