stuffed flatbread 🥙

The Stuffed Flatbread emoiji exists for those who love the beloved Middle Eastern dish. The emoji also holds a special role in Mediterranean cuisine that we enjoy almost anywhere in the world. Other people also refer to the icon after its traditional names like the doner kebab emoji or the gyro emoji.

When using this delicious-looking emoji online, you must know about the ingredients involved in making the dish. The stuffing usually consists of savory meat and sautéed lettuce, tomato, and onion. Some recipes add fresh vegetables to lessen their oiliness. The ingredient that holds it all together is a flatbread or pita with a hollow interior. To honor its classic name, you may also call it the stuffed pita emoji.

Despite its known relevance, some people still mistake the dish and call it the taco bowl emoji online. Most platforms followed the dish’s overly-stuffed design which caused it to look like the famous Tex-Mex meal. They also showcased an angle that makes it look more like a bowl instead of a hollow round pita. To keep users from getting confused, designers tilted the gyro emoji to the left.

Due to its animated ingredients, some people confuse the stuffed flatbread with the Burrito emoji. However, the difference between the two emojis is quite obvious once you type them together. The burrito emoji appears longer than the stuffed flatbread emoji which features a round pita. Despite their similar tilt on most platforms, the two food emojis also differ in the additional wrap found in the burrito icon.

🥙 Stuffed Flatbread is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 9.0 which was introduced in 2016.

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This Stuffed Flatbread Is Also Known As:

stuffed flatbread

kebab emoji

pita emoji

gyro emoji

stuffed emoji

hot pocket emoji

doner kebab emoji

shawarma emoji

Stuffed Flatbread Emoji History

Stuffed Flatbread Emoji is created in the year 2016.

Stuffed Flatbread Emoji Unicode Data

  • Unicode codepoint
    1F959
  • Version
    Version 9.0
  • Year
    2016