|Place of origin||Turkey, Bulgaria, the Levant|
|Main ingredients||Walnuts, poppy seeds, feta|
|Variations||Cevizli nokul, Haşhaşlı nokul, Peynirli nokul, Tahinli nokul, Damla sakızlı tahinli nokul, Fındıklı 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.
- "Cevizli lokum Bursa'nın". blog.milliyet.com.tr.
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