Foodies, have you tried Turkish Food?

Hello, Kind of freaking out about how our earth has so beautiful countries? With so many cultures and foods and their history! Wonder? 
Going on today i have something nature-ish delicacies from Turkey! Heavenly place💕.
Downward goes the list of the cuisines around in Turkey:
1. Leblebi
The leblebi, a North African chickpea stew, swirled with a smoky harissa.
You can find that out in every kiosk there.

2. Döner 
Doner kebab is a type of kebab, made of meat cooked on a vertical rotisserie. Seasoned meat stacked in the shape of an inverted cone is turned slowly on the rotisserie, next to a vertical cooking element. The outer layer is sliced into thin shavings as it cooks. 

3. Köfte
Kofta is a family of meatball or meatloaf dishes found in the Indian subcontinent, South Caucasian, Middle Eastern, Balkan, and Central Asian cuisines. In the simplest form, koftas consist of balls of ground meat – usually beef, chicken, lamb or mutton, pork, or a mixture – mixed with spices or onions.

4. Pide
Turkish pide are breads that have a centre of filling – be it beef, cheese or vegetarian. Pide is usually shaped in an oval or \”boat\” or round shape and is commonly described as a Turkish pizza.

5. Manti
Manti, also manty, mantu or manta, is a type of dumpling popular in most Turkic cuisines, as well as in the cuisines of the South Caucasus, Central Asia, Afghanistan, Balkans, Bukharian Jews and Chinese Muslims. 

6. Balik Ekmek
Balık ekmek is a common street food item in Turkish cuisine. It is a sandwich of a filet of fried or grilled fish, served along with various vegetables, inside a bun of Turkish bread. It is typically served on the Eminönü square straight from the boat on which it is prepared.

7. Turkish Coffee
Turkish coffee is a style of coffee prepared using very finely ground coffee beans without filtering. 
Coffee anyone?😉

8. Baklava
Baklava is a layered pastry dessert made of filo pastry, filled with chopped nuts, and sweetened with syrup or honey. It was one of the most popular sweet pastries of Ottoman cuisine.

9. Su Böreği
Turkish Water Borek aka Su Boregi is the star of all Turkish borek recipes. Homemade phyllo sheets are slightly cooked in simmering water, which gives the name of this special borek. Line the cooked phyllo sheets in a pan, brush with butter and stuff with feta and parsley.

10. Simit
Simit is a circular bread, typically encrusted with sesame seeds or, less commonly, poppy, flax or sunflower seeds, found across the cuisines of the former Ottoman Empire, and the Middle East. Simit\’s size, crunch, chewiness, and other characteristics vary slightly by region.

11. Salep
Salep, also spelled sahlep or sahlab, is a flour made from the tubers of the orchid genus Orchis. These tubers contain a nutritious, starchy polysaccharide called glucomannan.

12. Iskender Kebap
Iskender Kebab is made with doner kebab, which requires a vertical rotisserie where layers of thinly sliced lamb, beef, veal – or chicken – stacked together. Traditionally, minced meat is used to stick the slices of the meat.

thankyou! You have reached to an end🙂





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One response to “Foodies, have you tried Turkish Food?”

  1. looking yummy😋

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