These bread treats come from my Turkish heritage and they are commonly eaten for breakfast. You'll find them sold from street carts, where the rings are hung on racks for display. They are not boiled as regular bagels are, but dipped in molasses and sesame seeds, which gives them a chewy texture similar to the bagels we know and love. — Trisha Kruse, Eagle, Idaho
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