Bublik refers to Russian round bread, knot-shaped biscuit, large doughnut made from wheat dough. The wheat dough is boiled at first and then baked to make the Bublik. Likewise, Bublik is a traditional Russian, Ukrainian, Lithuanian , and Polish (obwarzanek) bread roll very similar to bagels; however it is somewhat bigger, has a wider hole and a much denser and chewier texture.

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