|Place of origin||Greece, Turkey|
|Region or state||Konya|
Tahini Pita, Tahinopita (Turkish: Tahinli pide), is a Greek and Turkish cake which contains no dairy, eggs, or oil and is therefore considered acceptable for fasting in the Greek Orthodox Church. Variations on the recipe include quickbread versions with chemical leaveners (such as baking soda or baking powder), yeasted versions, and phyllo layer versions. Tahini Pita is the specialty of Konya cuisine. It is on the market only during the holy month of Ramadan.
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