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Simit – Turkish Bread Rings with Sesame

Last weekend I finally got to try these great Turkish bread rings. Whenever I read something about Turkey or Istanbul, I saw tons of Simit on the pictures, offered at market stalls. I am a huge fan of all kinds of flatbread and pita, so I was really curious how this kind of bread would taste. I chose a recipe without eggs, as it is easier to make less or more, and I was completely convinced by the result. Everything worked out very well, the shaping of the rings is not difficult at all and I am totally convinced by the taste. The two most important ingredients of the recipe are sesame seeds and grape molasses (Üzüm Pekmezi). The grape molasses give the Simit a mildly sweet note and goes very well with the nutty flavor of the sesame. Simit Source: inspired by www.soulkitchenrecipes.com, modified Yield: 6 Ingredients 375 g flour (I used spelt flour) ca. 30g fresh yeast 225 ml warm water 1 tsp sugar ¾ tsp salt 2 ½ tbsp. sunflower oil 30-50 …