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Turkish Pide Bread - Tirnak Pide

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

BOLLOS PASTRY – IZMIR 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

KANDIL SESAME RINGS – KANDIL SIMIDI

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Are you ready to cook for some more delicious savory Turkish pastries? Today we will make Kandil Sesame Rings. Kandil is the name of five holly evenings on the Muslim calendar. There is Mevlid Kandili, Regaip Kandili, Miraç Kandili, Berat Kandili and Kadir Gecesi. The name Kandil is originated from ‘candle’ since on Kandil days candles were lit on Mosques Minarets to celebrate the day back then. Also these delicious kandil sesame rings are distributed to people for celebration. Today you can still find kandil sesame rings in every patisserie on kandil days. Just try this recipe and you will love love love! Read more

Fried Thin Dough with Ground Beef Filling - Ciborek

FRIED THIN DOUGH WITH GROUND BEEF FILLING – CIBOREK

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Here I am with a wonderful recipe that you can show off your guests at breakfast or you can serve – eat in any time of the day. You won’t believe how you could create something that delicious with that little ingredients. Just try fried thin dough with ground beef filling and you will love love love! Read more

Pide with Ground Meat - Kiymali Pide

PIDE WITH GROUND MEAT – KIYMALI PIDE

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I refused to translate “pide” in english format because I think everbody should call “pide” to a pide because it’s so authentic. It’s like a mixture of “lahmacun” and pizza. And I met some people who is saying that it’s more delicious than pizza. Also you will see that pide with ground meat not very hard to make that dish. I’m saying, you will love love love! Read more