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Top 10 Turkey Food List :

  1. Keskek :

Keskek is a ceremonial meat and wheat dish eaten in Anatolia in Turkey, traditionally cooked in huge cauldrons for weddings and other large celebrations. Marinated lamb is cooked in an aromatic broth with wheat and chickpeas, then topped with a brown butter flavoured with Urfa and Aleppo chilli flakes.

2. Saksuka :

Shakshuka is a North African and Middle Eastern meal of poached eggs in a simmering tomato sauce with spices. It's easy, healthy and takes less than 30 minutes to make.

3. Yaprak dolma :

Yaprak sarma is a traditional dish in Turkey that is typically grape vine leaves rolled and filled with minced meat. This vegan version has a rice filling that is seasoned well with lemon, fresh parsley, paprika, mint, and pepper paste.

4. Iskender kebab:

Iskender kebab is served on a plate, first, the sliced pide bread goes on the plate, then layers of thinly sliced kebab, and finally tomato sauce. It is served with yogurt on the side and they usually pour melted butter on the table.

5. Cag kebab :

Cag Kebab may look like a Döner Kebab to you; however, it is different in how it is made and tastes wise. Cag Kebab is made with the combination of boneless lamb ribs and boneless leg of lamb meat. On the other hand, Döner Kebab is made with a combination of boneless veal meat, lamb meat, and tail fat.

6. Manti :

Manti are also consumed throughout Russia and other post-Soviet countries, where the dish spread from the Central Asian republics. The dumplings typically consist of a spiced meat mixture, usually lamb or ground beef, in a thin dough wrapper and either boiled or steamed.

7. kofte :

It is a ball shaped ground beef dish. In a basic kofte recipe, ground beef, lamb or a combination of these two is combined with bread crumbs, onion, garlic and spices. Then shaped in balls and cooked over grill, stove or in oven.

8. Karnıyarık :

Karnıyarık (lit. 'riven belly' in Turkish) is a dish found in Turkish cuisine consisting of eggplant stuffed with a mix of sautéed chopped onions, garlic, black pepper, tomatoes, optional green pepper, parsley and ground meat.

9. Kahvalti :

In Turkey, people like to sit down on a Sunday and enjoy a traditional kahvalti, which translates as 'before the coffee'. It's a hearty breakfast buffet, with various small dishes including bread, cheese, eggs, olives and honey.

10. corn cobs :

easy boost of sweet corn flavor, toss a corn cob into poaching liquid for chicken or fish. You can also add cobs to boiling water for blanching vegetables like potatoes and greens.



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