Simit

"Simit", Turkish bagels are probably one of the most indigenous and traditional tastes of Turkey.

It is light and flaky, baked to a gold color, and topped with sesame seeds. It is sometimes formed into rings, and are often braided.

Sold in the streets as a fastfood bread, it tastes best with cheese and traditional tea.

Here are various kind of "simit" , with cereals , dill and milk

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Serdar Tibet

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March 27, 2010

Edithfrincu

Yum! They look good!

March 25, 2010

Davulcu

Thank you all for sharing your thoughts

March 25, 2010

Frantab01

great shots, look very yummy too :)

March 24, 2010

Egomezta

They look nice

March 24, 2010

Wildmac

Mmm, two yummy food blogs in a row. I'm off to make a cup of tea and have a snack I think ;)

March 24, 2010

smartview27

Looks very tasty, Serdar!

March 24, 2010

Mani33

Yummy I miss these! Thanks for these shots Serdar!

March 24, 2010

Brankokosteski

Interesting. In Macedonia simit is a special kind of bread.
The pastry on the photos in Macedonia are called "gyevrek". Both words (simit and gyevrek) were adopted from the Turkish language, but it looks like they gained new meaning. :)

March 24, 2010

Trottola

I didn't know these turkish bagels... they seem really tasting!!!

March 24, 2010

Mariaam

It looks very delicious.

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