|Alternative names||Mulawah, Khobz Mulawah|
|Place of origin||Yemen|
|Main ingredients||Puff pastry, Nigella sativa, Ghee or oil|
Khubz mulawah (Arabic: خبز ملوح), mulawah (Arabic: ملوح), or rashush (Arabic: رشوش) is a Yemeni flatbread that is baked in a traditional tannur in Yemeni cuisine. A similar bread, malawach, has been brought to Israel by Yemenite Jews .
Khubz mulawah is often eaten for breakfast with ghee and honey on weekends.
Both mulawah and Lahoh terms come from the Arabic root (l-w-ḥ) which means the thing that is flat.