Tahini roll

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Tahini roll
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Alternative namesTahinopitta, Tahinli çörek
TypeSweet roll
Place of originSouth Caucasus, Cyprus, Greece, Turkey
Main ingredientsDough, tahini, sugar, cinnamon

A tahini roll or tahini bread roll (Armenian: Թահինով Հաց, Greek: ταχινόπιττα or τασιηνόπιττα[1], Turkish: tahinli çörek) is a sweet bread roll served commonly in the South Caucasus, Cyprus[1][2], Greece, and Turkey.

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  1. ^ a b Yagkou, Varvara. "Τασιηνόπιττες". foodmuseum.cs.ucy.ac.cy (in Greek). Retrieved 27 November 2015.
  2. ^ "Kypriaki Tahinopita (Cyprus Tahini Pie)". How About Some Greek Tonight. Retrieved 30 March 2012.