Buttered Turkish Croissants with tahini
Boyoz is a Turkish pastry that was brought over to the country by Sephardic Jewish immigrants from Spain in the late 15th century. Nowadays, it is prepared exclusively in Izmir, following the original recipe. The pastry is made with flour, sunflower oil, and tahini.
Boyoz is sent refrigerated and must be consumed within 5 days.
water, flour, lemon juice, a sesame paste known as tahini, and sunflower oil.