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Poğaça, Little Savory Buns Poğaça, Little Savory Buns By Turkish Cooking Everyday 07/20/11 06:47 Poğaça are little stuffed savory buns(rolls). They can be filled with many things just like the various Böreks out there. They can also come in various sizes and shapes. There are many Poğaça recipes out there, this recipe is a good one as it is light and...
Yağlı Köfte - Bulgur Köfte Yağlı Köfte - Bulgur Köfte By Turkish Cooking Everyday 07/18/11 06:16 Life can be interesting if you are open for it and sometimes even if your not. I go to the Bazaar on Sundays and on the way there and back there is a woman. She would look at me and talk to whoever was next to her and even pointed. I felt uncomfortable...
Kitchen Miracles, The Cherry Kitchen Miracles, The Cherry By Turkish Cooking Everyday 07/15/11 06:43 I love Cherries, most people probably do. The country I come from dosnt really grow that many cherries and because of that they are expensive, very expensive. Most people in Australia probably eat a handful of them on Christmas in the sweltering heat and...
Pirpirim Asçi, Purslane Soup Pirpirim Asçi, Purslane Soup By Turkish Cooking Everyday 07/13/11 06:44 Purslane as a soup! well here it is and this is one of the famous dishes of this region. !/2 cup brown lentils !/2 cup cooked chickpeas 1/2 cup bulgur 250gr purslane 1 onion 1 red capsicum/sweet pepper, finely chopped 2 tbs sweet pepper paste/tomato paste...
Bazaar, My local Markets Bazaar, My local Markets By Turkish Cooking Everyday 07/11/11 06:56 Come with me for a walk through my local Bazaar. Its a Sunday afternoon and the streets are lined with people selling fresh fruits and veggies, cheeses, eggs, lentils, chickpeas, dried herbs and whatever is in season at the moment. Men, women and children...
Kitchen Miracles, The Peach Kitchen Miracles, The Peach By Turkish Cooking Everyday 07/08/11 06:06 The other day when I took my daughter to the doctor she told me to feed her Peaches, Yogurt and Bananas. I thought that the yogurt and banana was fairly self explanatory since she is taking antibiotics yogurt helps with the flora in the stomach and the...
Baklava Baklava By Turkish Cooking Everyday 07/06/11 06:46 When you think about Turkey what is one of the first things that comes to mind? Camel wrestling? Oil wrestling? Yogurt festivals? If your like me Baklava would have to be one of the first things. Now here Baklava can be a labour of love because we make...
Pekmez - Mulberry, Carob and Grape Syrup Pekmez - Mulberry, Carob and Grape Syrup By Turkish Cooking Everyday 07/04/11 07:05 Pekmez is the name given to the syrup made from either Mulberries, Carob pods and Grapes. It is very very healthy even being prescribed by doctors to infants, children, the elderly, infirmed, pregnant women and various other illnesses. Pekmez is widely...
Revani - Semolina Syrup Cake Revani - Semolina Syrup Cake By Turkish Cooking Everyday 07/01/11 06:51 This is a Sephardic dish. The Turks loved it so much that they have claimed it as thier own and it appears the Greeks have too. As far as the syrup desserts in Turkey this could probably be the lightest. In some areas you can buy this from a man pushing...
Kitchen Miracles, The Brown Onion Kitchen Miracles, The Brown Onion By Turkish Cooking Everyday 06/29/11 07:07 This post is a bit different, for the last couple of months my family has been fighting a few health issues so I have been making weekly visits and stays at the hospital. I have found it a bit difficult to focus on various recipes hence this post about...
Dondurma, Turkish Ice Cream Dondurma, Turkish Ice Cream By Turkish Cooking Everyday 06/27/11 01:18 Dondurma is the Turkish word for Ice Cream. The only icecream worth eating is Maraş Dondurma. It is icecream you can eat with a fork, made with orchids and goats milk. This is our family favourite and it is mainly available in Summer so we try and make...
Zataar, Kekik and Thyme Zataar, Kekik and Thyme By Turkish Cooking Everyday 06/22/11 06:58 Collected from the mountains I was lucky to find a man selling fresh thyme at the bazaar the other day so I bought some. You may also have heard of Zataar which is another word for this lovely herb. You can buy zataar powder which has sesame seeds and other...
Semizotu, Soğluk, Pirpirim or Purslane Semizotu, Soğluk, Pirpirim or Purslane By Turkish Cooking Everyday 06/20/11 06:40 Purslane at the Bazaar Semizotu, Soğluk and Pirpirim are the names given to Purslane. Why there are 3 names for the same weed in the same country beats me. I was confused when I ate a semizotu salad and it resembled soğluk, I asked the hostess and she said...
Beauty Secrets from the Turkish Kitchen Beauty Secrets from the Turkish Kitchen By Turkish Cooking Everyday 06/17/11 07:58 Every culture is different and beauty means different things in most cultures. Turkish women want to be beautiful just like every woman on the planet. There are some things they do to help nature along straight out of their kitchens. 1. For those who want...
Mulberries Leaves and Yaprak Sarma Mulberries Leaves and Yaprak Sarma By Turkish Cooking Everyday 06/13/11 05:06 Mulberries are a wonderful fruit and very healthy. They are also very maligned as the trees drop their fruit then the bugs come, the poor trees get cursed and hacked at just because people dont harvest this wonderful fruit. What can you do with them other...
Bici Bici Bici Bici By Turkish Cooking Everyday 06/11/11 12:38 Bici Bici is a local desert, served on the street as not many still make this at home. It is nice and refreshing on a hot day. It is a basic firm pudding squares in a rose flavored syrup. 200gr of Corn or wheat starch water red food colouring 1tbsp rose...
Nuriye's Cake - Olive Oil and Yogurt Cake Nuriye's Cake - Olive Oil and Yogurt Cake By Turkish Cooking Everyday 06/10/11 08:13 This is my husbands neice Nuriye and when we saw her last she was very excited and wanted to make a cake to post on this blog. She lives in an area of Adana and this cake is typical of what young girls her age are learning to cook. The cake was light and...
Peynir, Turkish Cheese Peynir, Turkish Cheese By Turkish Cooking Everyday 06/08/11 10:14 Turks eat alot of cheese. I have heard that there are over 100 different types of cheese throughout Turkey. All the different regions again making thier own specialities. Cheese is mainly eaten for breakfast or used in the cooking of various böreks. There...
Green Beans Two Ways Green Beans Two Ways By Turkish Cooking Everyday 06/06/11 06:42 I love the way the Turks cook green beans. During Summer when they are in season we eat these a couple of times a week. Again very easy to make and a different way to eat beans if you are growing them and just dont think you can face another steamed bean....
Kömbe, Börek Kömbe, Börek By Turkish Cooking Everyday 06/03/11 05:49 This is Kömbe a börek that is made in a baking tray. It is made up of thin yufka(phyllo)sheets with filling and layered. Usually anything from 9 to 12 layers. The more sheets it has the more the neighbours are impressed. It has a base of 2 sheets, some...
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