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Turkish Cuisine recipes

Posted by on October 9, 2013 – 08:21 am

Turkish Cuisine recipes

Well, I have a new Turkish cookery class coming up on Saturday, 20th October, and I wanted to share what we will be up to. The classes are friendly, informal with step by step demonstration of the recipes, and packed with useful information on where to source ingredients, substitution ( when needed) and on Turkish cuisine and culture. If you are in the area and would like to join us, please contact me. If not, I hope the recipes may still inspire you to have a go to treat yourself, family and friends; they are delicious and easier than you think!…

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Turkish Cuisine Singapore

Posted by on January 4, 2014 – 10:14 am

Turkish Cuisine Singapore

Chicken Pida - Tender chicken pieces with mozzarella cheese baked in thin dough. The dough is crispy and chewy while eating it hot. Overall texture taste like pizza Kunefe - Forget about the baklava which the shop also serve, it pales in comparison. This Kunefe is recommended by the waiter himself too. Its absolutely delicious. Its crispy flakey pastry, served with milk, honey and pistachios. There is a thin layer of cheese in the pastry. Simply feel like heaven MUST TRY Tel : +65 6336 8082 Verdict: 4 / 5

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Kuzu Turkish Cuisine

Posted by on September 18, 2013 – 05:26 am

Kuzu Turkish Cuisine

We add a bay leaf, a pinch of kekik, a pinch of sweet paprika and, of course, chilli flakes. Once the stew has come to the boil, cover and simmer for around 45 minutes until the lamb has gone soft and tender. Leave your kuzu etli nohut yemei to stand After 40 minutes or so, add a large tin of drained chickpeas and a dessert spoonful of sala (tomato puree). Stir them in and leave to simmer for a further 5 minutes before removing from the heat and leaving to stand for a further few minutes. Kuzu Etli Nohut Yemei Either serve your kuzu etli nohut as…

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Bereket Turkish Cuisine

Posted by on March 14, 2014 – 06:23 am

Bereket Turkish Cuisine

It s been 24 hours since I left Bereket, a tiny hole in the wall Turkish restaurant located behind a Citgo station on Bridgeport s Main Street. As I write this I wonder, is it too soon to go back? Bereket has been dubbed by people in the know as Fairfield County s best kept secret, and I finally understand what all the fuss is about. Mind you, this place is not fussy. Hidden beside of the gas station s mini mart, Bereket s small dining space has only 3 tables and boxes of Turkish beverages and pantry staples lining the walls. But what this single…

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Turkish Cuisine Suntec

Posted by on October 21, 2013 – 01:16 pm

Turkish Cuisine Suntec

If you like something for a change, not like just the same cliche food like Hokkien Mee or Char Kway Teow, or even Carrot Cake, you should try this outlet at the highest floor at Suntec’s Tower 1. First up this is a seaweed grape leaves wrapped sushi with Tomato and a little white cream sauce around it, wrapped inside is a little meat and rice. It’s pretty nice actually. This is Beef steak, its not too interesting to look at, but while tasting it, it is really good, it has a really good sauce. Like literally, the sauce is not from your local supermarket?…

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Turkish Cuisine Toronto

Posted by on March 11, 2014 – 01:55 pm

Turkish Cuisine Toronto

The nation of Turkey has one of the richest histories in the entire world, both politically and religiously. The Trojan Wars took place in the western region of the country. St. Peter’s Church, the first church built by man, is located in Turkey. St. Nicholas – now known as Santa Claus – was born in Turkey. The very first university is in Harran, Turkey. Toronto’s population of Turkish Canadians is approximately 15, . On Saturday, thousands of people visited the Toronto Turkish Festival in the downtown core where attendees had the opportunity to…

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Sahara Turkish Cuisine

Posted by on November 29, 2013 – 09:37 am

Sahara Turkish Cuisine

Location: 513 2nd Ave (between 29th St & 28th St) New York, NY 10016 Phone Number: (212) 532-7589 Website: . saharanyc .com/ Rating: 74/100 Tarun: So, Sahara’s seemed to be good place to go, since we haven’t tried too much Turkish/Mediterranean food, and this restaurant seemed to offer a good selection at affordable prices. It’s located in the Murray Hill area, close to little India town. What was your first impression of Sahara’s? Vivek: I wasn’t impressed when I first walked in, the place looked cheap. The first table I was given had a…

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Hanci Turkish Cuisine New York

Posted by on January 16, 2014 – 12:17 pm

Hanci Turkish Cuisine New York

Here s a pop quiz for you, Serious Eaters. When s the last time you said to your friends, Hey, let s go to a Turkish restaurant ? The fact of the matter is that there are very few Turkish restaurants in New York. My favorite is probably Akdeniz in Midtown, and there s Turkuaz on the Upper West Side, but after that I m stumped. I don t understand why. The Turkish food I ve had has always been simple and profoundly enjoyable. Mezze, spreads, grilled meats, and some fried things thrown in for good measure. What s not to like? So when an old friend…

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