This is our version of the traditional bialy that hails from Bialystok, Poland. They're crispy and chewy rolls with a center of slow-roasted onions and poppy seeds. They look a little like bagels, but they're different. Bagels are boiled before baking and of course, have a hole through the middle. Bialys are not boiled but still hand-shaped and stone hearth-baked and have a delicious impression to hold that savory center. You can certainly eat them the same way you would a bagel though. Enjoy!
|Nutrition Facts||bialys 6/7|
|Serving Size||1 bialy|
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories 250||Calories from Fat 15|
|Vitamin A 0 IntUnt||Vitamin C 0mg|
|Calcium 21mg||Iron 3.13mg|
organic wheat flour (organic wheat and malted barley), water, onion, sea salt, yeast, vegetable oil, poppy seed Contains: WHEAT