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Simit

Simit

Simit is a circle shaped bread that can consider as Turkish fast food. I said fast food because you can find Simit almost in every corner of city centers in Turkey. It is such a popular street food that...
‘Spinach Börek’, in Turkish ‘Ispanaklı Börek’, is one of the most common ‘Börek’ varieties in Turkish Cuisine. Börek is a type of savory pastry, which is made of thin layer dough known as phyllo (or yufka). In Turkish cuisine, this...
Lavash

Lavash

'Lavash' is a Turkish bread type that basically made with flour, water and salt. In Turkey, it is mainly serving with Kebabs in the restaurants; however we love to eat 'lavash' bread with any dish too. It is also...
pogaca

Poğaça

‘Poğaça’ is small traditional savory pastries in Turkey that usually preferred for breakfasts. All pastry shops sell ‘Poğaça’ as their main product in Turkey. Usually, people stop by these pastry shops early in the morning on the way to...
Bazlama

Bazlama

‘Bazlama’ is simple and delicious folk bread that is mostly cooked in the special designed outdoor rock ovens since centuries at Turkish culture. This heritage is still continuing at the Turkish villages today. Whenever you go to a village...

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Stuffed Meatballs

‘Stuffed Meatballs’, in Turkish ‘İçli Köfte’ is one of the most famous dishes of Antakya (Antioch) district of Hatay city. ‘Stuffed Meatballs’ is a...
Braised Green Beans

Braised Green Beans

Çibörek

‘Çibörek’ is one of the most well-known börek type of the Crimea and Central Asia Tatars who migrate to Turkey. ‘Çi’ word means ‘delicious’...
Simit

Simit

Güllaç

Turkish cuisine is famous with its delicious milk desserts and 'Güllaç' is a one of them. Güllaç is a traditional Ramadan dessert that dates...
Sutlac

Sütlaç