Turkish simit enters Oxford English Dictionary

2019-10-24 14:54:18

Simit, also known as Turkish bagel, is breakfast staple in country

Turkish simit enters Oxford English Dictionary
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The word simit has been added to the Oxford English Dictionary in its latest update.

The donut shaped bread is a breakfast staple in Turkey and is often eaten along with olives and cheese.

"A type of ring-shaped bread roll originating in Turkey, typically coated with molasses and encrusted with sesame seeds before baking," says the dictionary entry.

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