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Vegan Stuffed Artichokes - Enginar Dolmasi

VEGAN STUFFED ARTICHOKES – ENGINAR DOLMASI

Hello Everyone! Are you ready for some vegan and gluten-free stuffed artichokes? With that dish, I can honestly say that a vegetable meal can be both healthy and delicious. I think I can’t even begin the benefits of the artichoke to your health. It cleans your liver, lowers cholesterol, protects your stomach, supports your weight loss process, supports cell repair and regeneration, and much more. While you can use the heart of artichoke while cooking, some dishes can be made from artichoke leaves. If you liked the recipe of the green pea soup with artichoke I gave before, I recommend you to give the stuffed artichoke a chance. Just try it, and you will love love love! Read more

Bulgur Pilaf with Green Lentils - Mercimekli Bulgur Pilavi

BULGUR PILAF WITH GREEN LENTILS – MERCIMEKLI BULGUR PILAVI

Hello Everyone! Today we are going to make bulgur pilaf with green lentils. I don’t know about you but I eat bulgur pilaf every day for my healthy diet. I don’t like to eat bread with food. Bulgur pilaf is much healthier and more satisfying than bread. Not to mention the high fiber it contains. If you are interested in a healthy diet, you can consume three to five tablespoons of plain and low-fat bulgur pilaf instead of a slice of bread at your meals. Now let’s get to bulgur pilaf with green lentils. As if this dish was found in response to those who say we can make bulgur pilaf healthier. The vegetable protein source green lentil met with fiber source bulgur, and this delicious meal emerged. Just try it, and you will love love love! Read more

Turkish Stuffed Eggplant - Imambayildi 9

TURKISH STUFFED EGGPLANT – IMAMBAYILDI

Hello Everyone! Today I will give you the recipe for Turkish Stuffed Eggplant aka Imambayildi. I have already mentioned to you how healthy Turkish Cuisine can be whenever it wants. You can sometimes forget how healthy you eat from the taste created by the combination of beautiful vegetables with olive oil. Turkish Stuffed Eggplant is both olive oil, vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free. An ideal dish for those looking for a light and tasty meal. Just try it, and you will love love love! Read more

Layered Ground Meat Pie - Kayseri Yaglamasi (Sebit)

LAYERED GROUND MEAT PIE – KAYSERİ YAGLAMASI (SEBIT)

Hello Everyone! I almost couldn’t share this beautiful Layered Ground Meat Pie recipe with you. Because translating the name of the recipe in English was really a challenge for me : ) Let me try to describe layered ground meat pie for you. Try to imagine such a wonderful meal consisting of multiple Turkish flatbread layers and there is insanely delicious ground meat sauce between the layers. Am I doing well? I don’t think so. Okay, I think it cannot be described but only experienced. So, let’s not wait any longer and move on to our recipe. Just try it, and you will love love love! Read more

Red Lentil Soup With Liaison - Cesmi Nigar Corbasi

RED LENTIL SOUP WITH LIAISON – CESMI NIGAR CORBASI

Hello Everyone! Today we will make a delicious red lentil soup with liaison. I know how much you liked the original Turkish red lentil soup recipe because you told me so : ) Moreover, I received a message from one of my followers that she was very happy to see this recipe. Because she said that there are not many recipes for red lentils abroad. Frankly, this surprised me a lot. Because I have to say that red lentils are indispensable in our cellars. Moreover, it is very useful for your health in terms of nutritional value. The recipe for the red lentil soup with liaison dates back to the Ottoman Palace Cuisine. “Cesmi Nigar” means “lover’s eye” in Turkish. Isn’t it romantic as well as delicious? If you wish, let’s not extend the word further and move on to our recipe. Just try it, and you will love love love! Read more