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STALE BREAD TURKISH RAVIOLI – BAYAT EKMEK MANTISI

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Have you tried our Turkish Ravioli recipe yet? Or admit it, were you too lazy to do it? What if I tell you can get the same taste with less effort? What if I add it’s been made with everyday ingredients in your kitchen and it’s even vegetarian? I can assume you will be excited about it. Stale bread Turkish ravioli will cease your Turkish ravioli cravings. You won’t even notice that there isn’t any meat in it. Just try it and you will love love love! Read more

SWEET TAHINI FLAT BREADS – TAHINLI EKMEK

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Today I will introduce you to one of the most delicious sweet bread of the world. I don’t know if you ever use tahini at your dishes but make sure it enhances every recipe you use it for. We almost can find sweet tahini flat breads in every bakery in Turkey but as always you know it’s more fun and healthy to do it at home. Get ready. Just try this delicious turkish food recipe and you will love love love! Read more

SEMOLINA HALVA WITH ICE CREAM – DONDURMALI IRMIK HELVASI

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Semolina halva is one of the most basic dessert recipe in Turkish Kitchen along with flour halva. I don’t know about you but we always have semolina in our kitchen. If you also stock your semolina you can always make a delicious semolina halva in about 20 minutes when you crave for some dessert. Today we will make our semolina halva with ice cream but you can also make the basic recipe for just semolina halva and eat it spoonful. 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

orzo pilaf

ORZO PILAF – ARPA SEHRIYE PILAVI

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Here I’m with you again with another pilaf recipe. In time you will see that we will have a various pilaf recipes with various ingredients. I don’t think I should say that how much delicious this recipe will become if you already tried bulgur pilaf and rice pilaf. Just try  my orzo pilaf it and you will love love love!  Read more