Turkish Bagel, Simit, is one of the most popular breakfast items in Turkey. Traditionally, simit is sold fresh by street vendors, who carry the simit in a tray on their head. You can serve it plain, with cheese and tea. Drinking Turkish tea with simit is a strong tradition in Turkish culture. No Additives. No Preservatives. All Natural.
Ready to cook. Feta Cheese Rolls, originally called “Sigara Boregi”, is made with triangle fillo dough that is rolled with feta cheese and parsley. It is a great option for breakfast, as a snack or appetizer.
No Cholesterol No Preservatives No Artificial Ingredients High in Fiber Tahini or sesame paste is a paste of ground sesame seeds used in cooking. North African and West Asian tahini is made of hulled, lightly roasted seeds. East Asian sesame paste is made of unhulled seeds. Tahini is a major component of hummus bi tahini 'chickpeas with tahini' and other Middle Eastern foods. It is sold fresh or dehydrated. Sesame paste is an ingredient in some Chinese, Korean, and Japanese dishes; it is used in some versions of the Szechuan dish Dan dan noodles. Because East Asian sesame paste is made from unhulled seeds, it is more bitter than tahini. Sesame paste is also used in Indian cuisine.
A Traditional Turkish Delicasy... No Additives No Preservatives All Natural HEAT & SERVE Remove the vacuum bag. Heat at 365F in a conventional oven for 15 minutes. Serve warm. Consume in 12 hours. Do not Microwave.