These rolls are a lovely finger food to accompany any dinner or party spread. M’sakhan is a Palestinian dish that represents the culmination of the olive, sumac, and wheat harvest in Palestine. The dish is originally made with whole chicken parts and fresh flat-bread straight from the clay ovens still used in many areas of Palestine. This version is a modern take on the dish, but it does not sacrifice authenticity because m’sakhan cannot be made without these essential ingredients! Serve them with a nice salad and topped off with some decorative pomegranate seeds. A nice accompaniment to the rolls is my watercress yogurt dip. Enjoy making them and sahtayn! The equivalent is salud, for my non-Arabic speaking friends.