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PINAR Boyoz Pastry 4 x 50g

Pınar Boyoz products are rolled by hand tenderly. It does not contain any preservative additives. Due to it is a frozen product, it is suitable to keep. Its crispy crunch structure comes from tahini that we used. Pınar Boyoz is produced by the family who produced boyoz in İzmir by 3 generations with the heritage formula of years. The packages consist of 4 pieces of boyoz with each of 50 g.
$5.99
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Izmir's famous Boyoz comes to every corner of Turkey with Pınar, breakfasts are cheering up!

What is Boyoz?
Boyoz was brought by Spanish immigrants who settled in Turkey in 1492 and joined to Anatolia, especially to Izmir cuisine. It is a unique flavor in Turkey. Boyoz, which is a classic taste of İzmir, is an inseparable part of the morning breakfast. On the long weekends, the breakfast tables and the afternoon five o’clock tea tables becomes cheerful with boyoz.

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Izmir's famous Boyoz comes to every corner of Turkey with Pınar, breakfasts are cheering up!

What is Boyoz?
Boyoz was brought by Spanish immigrants who settled in Turkey in 1492 and joined to Anatolia, especially to Izmir cuisine. It is a unique flavor in Turkey. Boyoz, which is a classic taste of İzmir, is an inseparable part of the morning breakfast. On the long weekends, the breakfast tables and the afternoon five o’clock tea tables becomes cheerful with boyoz.

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