Yufka is a very thinly rolled Turkish flatbread made with just the basic ingredients. It can be used to make wraps or as a pastry sheet for desserts. Yufka | Turkish Flatbread, is an unleavened flatbread from the Turkish cuisine.
Gozleme is a Turkish special flatbread with different kinds of filling. This is one of my favorite with spinach and Feta cheese. This is a wonderful flatbread that is crusty outside with soft and chewy inside filled with delicious filling.
Poğaça, pronounced as ‘Poh-gha-cha, is a flatbread that is common in the Balkans and Turkey. The flatbread are plain or sometimes stuffed with different fillings. There are different kinds of Poğaça and depending on the region, they are known by
I am very attracted to Middle Eastern cuisine for couple of reasons. One, they have lot of vegetarian options and the second one is the flavors are so simple and clean. I love all the spices that go in the
My family loves Lentil Soup. So thinking on the same lines, I wanted to make something different and that is how I landed on this Middle Eastern Chick Peas Soup. The flavors are very simple and can be made in
When planning to make Turkish recipe for the theme, I was very specific that I would only be making savory dishes. I had a lovely dinner recipe planned out, but things did not work out quite as well at home
Mercimek Koftesi, Vegan Turkish kofte that is made with red lentils and bulgur and the best part is, these are not deep fried. Stuff it inside some crisp lettuce to enjoy as an appetizer or lunch. This recipe for the
I am doing European cuisine this week and I chose to bake these Acma from the Turkish Cuisine in specific. I love Turkish cuisine for the main reason being that there are many vegetarian recipes to choose from. One of
Baklava is a crispy, rich, sweet pastry made of layers of phyllo dough filled with nuts and drenched with honey syrup. This ethnic Middle Eastern confection has been in my mind for several months, and this weekend made its grand
24th Nov, 2013 Recently I have been bringing home a lot of cook books from our local library. This recipe is from one such book that I brought home this week. The book is called the Turkish Cookbook – Regional