Nokul

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Nokul
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Nokul
Alternative names Lokum
Course Main course
Place of origin Turkey, Bulgaria
Serving temperature Hot
Main ingredients Walnuts, poppy seeds, feta
Variations Cevizli nokul, Haşhaşlı nokul, Peynirli nokul, Tahinli nokul, Damla sakızlı tahinli nokul, Fındıklı nokul
Cookbook: Nokul  Media: Nokul

Nokul or Lokum is a type of puff pastry. Nokul is a type of pastry eaten in Turkey and Bulgaria with variations. Nokul is sometimes served hot as an appetizer instead of bread. It consists of a rolled sheet of yeast dough onto which feta-style white cheese, walnut or poppy seed is sprinkled over a thin coat of butter. The dough is then rolled, cut into individual portions, and baked.[1]

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  1. ^ "Cevizli lokum Bursa'nın". blog.milliyet.com.tr.