Close Close Login. This is a very popular one pot dish served in fish restaurants at home and combines high nutrition with great taste. A little vinegar in the olive oil used for brushing the layers of phyllo keeps the dough pliable and easier to coil. Back to top. Again, use any veg you can get hold of; I add a can of cooked and rinsed chickpeas for extra nutrition and bulk it up too. One of my favorite places to visit in the world is Turkey. This recipe for Baked Fish is not only the tastiest but is easy to prepare and will wow all your friends and family! Stay safe and well, Afiyet Olsun, Ozlem. This is the best and easiest Meatball Soup recipe out there! The rituals of Turkish coffee, that is staying in the moment, slowing down and enjoying every sip thinking of loved ones, is very suitable for the current times. How are ratings calculated?
Circassian cooking is from the North Caucasus, which was at different times part of the Ottoman and Persian empires. This chicken stew recipe is made with a creamy walnut sauce and was originally served as a main dish, but became a mezze somewhere along the way. Serve at room temp along with some bread for dipping. Dolma are stuffed vegetables common from the Mediterranean all the way to Central Asia. This easy recipe pairs ripe tomatoes with a ground beef filling that’s lightened with eggplant and onions. Serve the stuffed tomatoes as a starter or double up for a main dish. A little vinegar in the olive oil used for brushing the layers of phyllo keeps the dough pliable and easier to coil. You may not typically serve your cucumbers bruised, but intentionally smashing them releases their flavorful juices. Taking the time to soak the walnuts for this dish gives them a special soft texture and plumpness. Serve this vegetable dish with pita as part of a mezze platter or as a side salad. A popular Sephardic Jewish dish, cuajado, is made with just the zucchini flesh mixed with fresh cheese and matzo meal. This vegetable side dish recipe was created so the peels wouldn’t go to waste.
This tender, flavor-packed Moroccan lamb stew with vegetables is your ticket. Thank you so very much for your kind note, it made my day! Legumes, whole grains, bulgur are an important part of Turkish diet and I am a huge fan of them. Again, use any veg you can get hold of; I add a can of cooked and rinsed chickpeas for extra nutrition and bulk it up too. If you like to make it gluten free, use quinoa instead of bulgur — my recipe link is here for this gluten free version. A winner!