Very Good Recipes of Greens from A Seasonal Cook in Turkey

There are 8 Greens recipes on the blog A Seasonal Cook in Turkey. (1637 on all the blogs)

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Another Spring Green from a Turkish Market: Cücük Another Spring Green from a Turkish Market: Cücük By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 05/04/14 21:10 An array of spring greens: dill, flat leaf parsley, cücük, and spring onions Here is another example of the vast array of spring greens that you can find at any local pazar or Turkish street market, but especially out in the country and especially in spring....
The Joys of being Seasonal in Turkey: loquats/malta eriği and green plums/yeşil eriği The Joys of being Seasonal in Turkey: loquats/malta eriği and green plums/yeşil eriği By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 04/24/14 20:42 Why am I such a total aficionado of being a seasonal cook in Turkey? For example, we were out to dinner last week at Sa han in Suadiye: the reason we went there is to enjoy their fabulous kebab with yeni dünya or loquats, those wonderful orange fruits that...
Olive Piyaz/Zeytin Piyazı -  a salad of green olives with walnuts and pomegranate molasses Olive Piyaz/Zeytin Piyazı - a salad of green olives with walnuts and pomegranate molasses By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 12/10/13 15:03 Olives! More olives! I stumbled across this recipe just a few days ago on a THY flight to London in the inflight magazine Skylife. In fact, the recipe section was entirely devoted to olives, much to my interest - very seasonal given that we are right in...
Yoğurtlu Börülce: An Aegean Green Bean Salad with Yogurt Yoğurtlu Börülce: An Aegean Green Bean Salad with Yogurt By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 08/30/13 14:38 Today is the 30th August, Zafer Ğünü or Victory Day: an important national holiday here commemorating the day the Turks drove the Greeks out at the Battle of Dumlupınar in Central Anatolia, in 1922. This outcome determined the overall outcome of the Turkish...
Courgette, green apple, dill, fresh mint and lor peyniri salad Courgette, green apple, dill, fresh mint and lor peyniri salad By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 06/17/13 22:11 Istanbul has still not settled down and the streets are volatile. But I had a quick escape to the UK for a class reunion and came back last night. I must confess, my heart was here throughout. On the way home from the airport, we found ourselves in the...
50 Shades of Green at Selçuk Saturday Market 50 Shades of Green at Selçuk Saturday Market By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 04/18/13 13:37 My little trip to Selçuk was actually a fantastic photo opportunity for me. I resolutely left my old familiar camera back home and took my new one with me determined to experiment with as many new settings as I could. Saturday, a bright, beautiful day,...
Green Lentil Salad with Parsley and Fresh Mint- Mercimek Piyazı Green Lentil Salad with Parsley and Fresh Mint- Mercimek Piyazı By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 03/15/13 18:20 I asked TT what exactly piyaz means as my concept of piyaz is the white beans/fasulye with hard-boiled egg, onion, a little parsley, and tomato. It's a national favourite often served with kuru köfte . He said that to any Turk, this is what it means. But...
Green Lentils and Lamb - Etli Mercimek Green Lentils and Lamb - Etli Mercimek By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 04/02/12 20:25 Lentils again. Yes, they’re good for you and they taste great! Here's another of those typical all-in-one dishes that are so common in this cuisine. Etli actually means 'with meat', beef or lamb, but I used lamb, hence the name of this recipe. lentils after...

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