SIMIT

Looking like a bagel and covered liberally with sesame seeds, simit are hugely popular and sold from street carts all over Turkey. Traditionally eaten as a savoury breakfast bread with a lump of feta-like cheese and some tomatoes, they also taste mighty fine with butter and jam. The pekmez date molasses is traditional, but may

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EGG BHURJI WITH BUTTERY PARATHAS

Softly set scrambled eggs loaded with vegetables, spices and herbs make a spectacular and unusual brunch dish. Traditionally eaten without cutlery, and using torn off bits of bread to scoop up the egg, this is a very popular street breakfast in India to fuel the workers.

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KATI ROLLS

Kati means ‘stick’ or ‘skewer’ in Bengali, and this street snack, originating from Kolkata in northern India, consists of a deliciously spiced beef kebab, rolled in a double wrap of paratha bread and a thin omelette.

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How to Make Steamed Pork Buns - Char Siu Bao

How to Make Steamed Pork Buns – Char Siu Bao

China’s answer to a sandwich, a bao is an exceedingly delicious steamed bun made from the softest, fluffiest white bread you have ever tasted. Here the buns are filled with succulent char siu , or barbecued pork. The recipe makes twice the amount of barbecued pork needed to fill the buns, but it’s so tasty

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BUNNY CHOW Hollow Stuffed Bread Roll

BUNNY CHOW Hollow Stuffed Bread Roll

Bunny chow is simply a hollow bread roll stuffed with curry – not made with real bunny, but with tender pieces of stewed lamb. In its native South Africa it is often spooned into large hollowed-out loaves of bread, which are designed to be eaten with your hands – quite a challenge, even for the

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BALIK EKMEK

Literally ‘fish bread’, this Turkish sandwich is simple, quick and utterly delicious – perfect for an impromptu barbecue. Just make sure your fish is spanking fresh – if ever there was a fish that should be eaten straight from the sea, it’s a mackerel.

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GNOCCO FRITTO

There are a few things I like to the eat the most when I go back to Italy: gnocco fritto is definitely one of them. I crave it so much when I am here in the States that it becomes a special treat when I am back home. Fluffy, crunchy and so flavourful, gnocco fritto

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SLOW- BRAISED BEEF PO’ BOY WITH DEBRIS GRAVY

Beef braised with garlic and red wine to the point of tender collapse, then stuffed into a fresh hunk of bread … yes please! This, to my mind, is the king of the PO’ boys, the traditional Louisiana sub sandwiches. The debris gravy is made from all the lovely juices and caramelized bits left over

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Bread Gulab Jamun without Milk Powder

Bread Gulab Jamun without Milk Powder

  Bread Gulab Jamun recipe also calld instant gulab jamun with bread . an easy alternative to traditional gulab jamun recipe which is prepared by breadcrumbs or bread . Bread gulab jamun can be easily served as dessert or perhaps can be prepared for festivals like diwali and christmas.

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