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Turkish Pide Bread - Tirnak Pide


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Are you ready for a delicious Turkish Pide Bread Recipe? The literal translation of “tirnak pide” is actually “nail pide.” Turkish Pide Bread takes its name from the notches on it because the notches on it are made with fingers. Turkish Pide Bread has spiritual value as well as its flavor. Turkish Pide Bread is indispensable for the iftar tables (fast-breaking meal) of those who fast during the month of Ramadan. You will not be able to get enough of the taste of the Turkish Pide Bread, which you can serve with your meat dishes and kebab dishes. Just try it, and you will love love love! Read more

Bollos Pastry - İzmir Boyozu


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Today I would like to share with you a very much-loved street food in Turkey which you can find on every corner in İzmir city. Boyoz has been brought by Sephardic Jews who immigrated to Turkey in early 15th century and it has been identified with Turkish cuisine since then. Boyoz is written as “bollos” in Spanish and means “little loaf”. Although it may seem like a difficult recipe to make, once you make it, you will see that it’s worth it with its deliciousness. Just try it and you will love love love! Read more


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If I have to translate Ground beef kombe I would say fermented dough savory pastry with ground beef and potato mixture but as you can see it doesn’t make a good title : ) Also I’m not feeling comfortable to translate Ground beef kombe because it’s a very unique dish and it deserves to mentioned by its own name. It’s an easy and very delicious recipe. Just try it and you will love love love! Read more

Rumalian Borek - Rumeli Boregi


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If you already tried high society ravioli recipe and you loved it, you can be sure that Rumalian Borek is also the recipe for you! Rumalian Borek is very similar to high society ravioli but it’s made with chicken and it has a very special delicious sauce. Your meals will elevate with this easy to do recipe. Just try it and you will love love love! Read more

Turkish Easy Cheese Buns - Peynirli Kolay Pogaca


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I must admit that I can’t imagine living in a world without Turkish buns. You can find Turkish buns with various stuffing everywhere in Turkey. It’s the best breakfast with tea, a good snack to go and a perfect way to entertain your guest. Today we are going to make Turkish Easy Cheese Buns with a delicious cheese filling. It’s easy because it’s without yeast version and it will only take your 45 minutes. I’ll also share bakery style Turkish Cheese Buns later. Just try it and you will love love love! Read more