We tried this dish for the first time in Turkey. Although I don’t like fish at all, but I liked the taste of this treat and my whole family! Very quickly fried in a boiling deep-fry, the inside remains indescribably tender and juicy, and the crispy crust adds additional flavor notes. I hope you like it!
Salad ” Zucchini with Almonds” Recipe|
In Turkey, food is a cult, so a lot of attention is paid to the preparation of dishes. Any meal begins with cold and hot vegetable snacks “meze”, the task of which is to increase the appetite. In restaurants, these snacks are served on small serving plates, both as a free start to the meal, and as snacks for alcohol. You can start getting acquainted with Turkish snacks with this recipe. Zucchini grated with straw and fried with almonds in combination with garlic and yogurt forms an appetizing Turkish snack “Bademli kabak”. Despite the fact that all the ingredients are simple and the cooking process takes 10 minutes, the snack turns out delicious and spectacular.
The Shore with Three Fillings Recipe|
I offer the Cooks delicious Turkish pastries, the filling of which is wrapped in a thin dough, and then placed in a spiral in a baking dish. Berek is prepared with different fillings, but I decided to combine different fillings in one pie. Come on in, try it 🙂
A hearty Salad Recipe|
This is a very tasty, hearty, bright, spicy salad. It is prepared without mayonnaise. I sincerely advise everyone!
Cookies “Honey Fingers” Recipe|
A very popular dessert “Balparmak” is part of the group of Turkish pastries, which are soaked in syrup. It turns out tender, juicy and sweet. The recipe was first described in the cookbook of the great Ottomans, which was published in 1844 and is stored in the Topkapi Palace.
Lazy “Khachapuri” Recipe|
Ask why it is “lazy”, the answer is very simple-because there is simply nowhere to be lazy! It is prepared quickly, at a minimum of ingredients, completely without problems, the most important thing is to clench your willpower into a fist and wait for the result, and it will please you!
Fyndyk Lakhmajun Recipe|
It is translated into Russian as “Lahmajun-hazelnut” and is a miniature snack dish “for one tooth”, the birthplace of which is considered to be the city of Tarsus in south-eastern Turkey. Tiny tortillas made of dough, covered with a mixture of minced meat and vegetables, are served in restaurants while waiting for a change of dishes. We will try to look at this dish from an everyday point of view and prepare delicious mini – lahmajuns in an ordinary kitchen, especially since all the necessary products are at our fingertips.
Cookies “Ice Cream” Recipe|
I am very partial to Turkish pastries, so I periodically follow new recipes, I subscribe to several Turkish channels. About a year ago, the presented recipe got into my cookbook. It won me over with its simplicity of preparation, unusual appearance and, of course, taste. The cookie is called Dondurma kurabiye, which translates as ice cream cookies. It turns out that the cookies are very tasty, fragrant and crumbly. It can be prepared with chocolate, cocoa, nuts, mint, etc. Help yourself!
Eggplant Kebab Recipe|
One of the most popular Turkish meat dishes is prepared on a skewer and has a history that goes back deep into antiquity. Initially, kebab was prepared in cauldrons or forms for meat without sauce or any liquid on an open fire. There is a legend about the origin of meat dishes cooked on skewers or wooden skewers, associated with the name of the Persian ruler Darius, who went to war, with the words: “This is what will happen to our enemies,” he forcefully stuck a sharpened wooden rod into the cauldron with meat. The recipe offered to you today is one of the variations of a kebab made at home from available products.
Hunting-Style Meatballs Recipe|
“Avji koftesi” translates as “Hunting meatballs” – a dish from the menu of the Ottoman court, served at a reception at the Sultan in honor of the palace military leaders. Initially, it was prepared from chopped meat in a cauldron on an open fire, served in shallow copper plates. With the increasing influence of European cuisine, the dish received a European addition in the form of additional ingredients and cooking methods. Nowadays, this dish is in the diet of all Turkish houses. Each hostess prepares it in her own way, but the main ingredients invariably remain-small meatballs, potatoes, onions and tomatoes.