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Simit is a ring-shaped bread with sesame seeds which is very common in Turkey as well as in Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria and other parts of the Balkans and Middle East such as Lebanon.

  • Bulgaria: Gewrek (Геврек)
  • Greece: Koulouri (κουλούρι)
  • Serbia: Đevrek (Ђеврек)
  • Turkey: Simit ("Gevrek" in Izmir)
<nowiki>simit; Simit; Simit; Koulouri; Gjevrek; Սիմիթ; Геврек; Kilorîk; covrig; シミット; Simit; Симіт; Kilorîk; سىمىت; Ѓеврек; simit; simit; Simit; simit; 시미트; Ђеврек; סימיט; simit; سميط Semit; Simit; simit; simit; 土耳其芝麻麵包; simit; Simit; სიმიტი; Симит; نان سیمیت; semit; سميط; Κουλούρι; کلۆریک; geleneksel Türk susamlı halka ekmeği; pain turc, arménien et grec; Roti saka Turki; عيش مصرى علا شكل دايره عليه سمسم; Lloj ushqimi; Έδεσμα; brood; pa turc; хлебобулочное изделие; Kringel aus Brotteig mit Sesam; aliment; Egyptian bread dough rings with sesame seeds; خبز; druh pečiva; turkisk bagel; gevrek; koulouri; スィミット; ゲヴレク; クルーリ; Κουλούρι; Đevrek; Ђеврек; Koulouri; Koulouri; Gewrek; Simit; 게브레크; Simit; السميط; Κουλλούρκα; gevrek</nowiki>
Egyptian bread dough rings with sesame seeds
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Wikidata Q903997
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