Very Good Recipes of Red from A Seasonal Cook in Turkey

There are 8 Red recipes on the blog A Seasonal Cook in Turkey. (1381 on all the blogs)

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Spicy Red Lentil Kofte/Mercimek Köftesi Spicy Red Lentil Kofte/Mercimek Köftesi By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 08/05/14 16:38 Whenever I am invited to a teaparty by a Turkish friend, more often than not, these little beauties are part of the spread. spicy red lentil rissoles or kofte/mercimek köftesi When I first came to Turkey, it came as a surprise to see these gracing the table...
What to do with Purslane Using an Onion, a Tomato and a Sweet Red Pepper/ Semizotu Yemeği What to do with Purslane Using an Onion, a Tomato and a Sweet Red Pepper/ Semizotu Yemeği By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 07/03/14 20:48 Yes, summer is well and truly here in Turkey and it's not only feelin' good but lookin' good in terms of colours in the markets. this is what I made this evening using purslane with an onion, a tomato and a sweet red pepper: semizotu yemeği And it's green...
Stuffed Red Peppers: an Olive Oil-based Dish - Zeytinyağlı Kırmızı Biber Dolması Stuffed Red Peppers: an Olive Oil-based Dish - Zeytinyağlı Kırmızı Biber Dolması By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 09/08/13 15:42 I expect you all know that life is too short to stuff a mushroom. Well, in all my time here in Turkey, I have stuffed more vegetables than I care to count but somehow never red peppers! What does that say about my life? mounds of red peppers at Ayvacık...
Sun-dried Red Pepper Meze: Bezirgeni from Antakya (Antioch) Sun-dried Red Pepper Meze: Bezirgeni from Antakya (Antioch) By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 05/30/13 21:54 When I am out and about on my Old City Walks in Eminönü, especially next to the Spice Market/Mısır Çarşısı, we pass by a multitude of small shops bursting with cheeses and olives, nuts and dried fruits. Overhead are hanging colourful strings of dried vegetables,...
Pan-fried Striped Red Mullet/Tekir Tava Pan-fried Striped Red Mullet/Tekir Tava By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 01/04/13 20:49 After all that turkey, I seem to be back to fish. Officially we're nearing the end of the tekir season which started in October and will draw to a close at the end of this month. I want to make sure you try them at least once before it gets too late! Tekir...
Red Cabbage Salad - Kırmızı Lahana Salatası Red Cabbage Salad - Kırmızı Lahana Salatası By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 12/11/12 20:35 You know, sometimes simple is best. Instead of making coleslaw, give your cabbage the Turkish treatment and you'll love it! The crunchy fresh taste as well as the vibrant purple colour make it a memorable salad. red cabbage salad with freshly chopped dill...
Mukalla - a Dish from Antakya: Chard & Sweet Red Pepper Stir Fry Mukalla - a Dish from Antakya: Chard & Sweet Red Pepper Stir Fry By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 03/01/12 08:57 beautiful sturdy pazi or chard leaves, washed and trimmed Yesterday my uncle got out the dictionary to check what exactly chard was! Seems it may not be an Aussie staple after all but it certainly is for us who live in Turkey and a mighty seasonal one at...
Red Pepper, Goat's Cheese and Walnut Pinwheels Red Pepper, Goat's Cheese and Walnut Pinwheels By A Seasonal Cook in Turkey 01/06/12 04:10 Red pepper, goat's cheese and walnut pinwheels Yes, this shape is familiar: the Christmas Buns I made recently looked like this. These are unabashedly savoury and fit the bill for a delicious canapé that once you have the three ingredients plus the puff...

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