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Turkish foods idea
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  • 1. Culinary Culture Turkish Cuisine is very rich there are a lot of factors for this: *The variety of products in Asia and Anatolia. *Interaction with numerous different cultures over a long historical process. *The new tastes developed in the palace kitchens of the Seljuk and Ottoman Empires.
  • 2. Sauced Dishes Prepared by: -Cereals -Vegatables -Meat Health Food: -Pekmez - Yoghurt Soups Dishes made from wild vegetables Cold Dishes Cooked With: -Olive Oil -Pastry Dishes
  • 3. Food and Beverages Eaten at Meals Main meals are: breakfast, lunch and dinner. - Cheese - Olives - Bread - Eggs - Jam - Honey - Tomato - Sausage - Cucumber - Pepper - Tea - Soup - Stews - Salad - Dessert - Soup - Lamb & Beef - Kebab - Meatball - Olive Oil Dish - Pilaf - Salad - Dessert
  • 4. Breakfast Pekmez Spices Loğusa Syrup
  • 5. The Turkish cuisine which is a heritage of the Ottoman culture has both affected and has been affected by the Balkan and Middle East cuisines. The Turkish cuisine has got a lot of different food.
  • 6. Soups (Çorbalar) A Turkish meal usually starts with a thin soup.
  • 7. Tarhana Soup (Tarhana Çorbası) It is a famous Turkish soup..
  • 8. Yoghurt Soup (Yoğurt Çorbası)
  • 9. Anchovy Soup Black Cabbage Soup Chicken Soup with Vermicelli Okra Soup
  • 10. Red Lentil Soup Spinach Soup Soup With Home-Made Noodles Tandir Soup
  • 11. Toyga Soup Tripe Soup Vegetable Soup Wedding Soup
  • 12. Kebabs & Beefs Most of the meat dishes in Turkish cuisine kebabs, meatballs and juicy meat dishes are in the class.
  • 13. Döner (Döner) Döner is a kind of Turkish kebab. You can have it in fast food restaurants.
  • 14. Cağ Kebab (Cağ Kebap) Cağ kebab, is a rotating kind of kebab,originating in Erzurum.
  • 15. Skewer Kebab (Şiş Kebap)
  • 16. Çiğ Köfte It is a kind of Turkish kebab which is kneaded and mixed meat, tomatoe paste, parsley and spices.
  • 17. Chicken And Mixed Vegetable Casserole Chicken with Walnut Sauce Chicken Stew Stuffed Chicken-Court Style
  • 18. Pilafs Wheat Pilaf with Chickpeas Pilaf With Lamb Meat
  • 19. Vegetable Dishes (Sebze Yemekleri) Turkish cuisine in a great variety of vegetable dishes is a kitchen with dolma and sarma, meat and vegetable dishes, fried vegetables and countless varieties of olive oil are available.
  • 20. Stuffed Food (Dolma) Dolma has a special place in Turkish cuisine. It can be eaten either as a meze or a main dish.
  • 21. Grape Leaf Rolls with Olive Oil (Zeytinyağlı Yaprak Dolması)
  • 22. Squash Blossoms Stuffed Cabbage Stuffed Celery Roots Stuffed Eggplant
  • 23. Stuffed Green Peppers Stuffed Squash Stuffed Tomatoes Wrapped Vine Leaves
  • 24. Alinazik Cut - Belly Eggplants Fresh Beans with Olive oil Stuffed Squash With Olive Oil
  • 25. Pastries (Hamur İşleri) Lahmacun, Su Böreği, Mantı and pies are among the most popular of Turkish cuisine.
  • 26. Lahmacun
  • 27. Su Böreği It is also a very famous Turkish food.Old women usually do it excellently.
  • 28. Mantı
  • 29. Mezes & Salads (Mezeler & Salatalar) Meze is a selection of food served as the appetizer course with or without drinks.
  • 30. Shepherd's Salad (Çoban Salatası)
  • 31. Piyaz (Piyaz) Cacık (Cacık)
  • 32. Bulgur Salad (Kısır) Cabbage-Carrot Salad Eggplant Salad Green Lentil Salad
  • 33. Potato Salad Purslane Salad Tomato Salad Wheat Salad with Walnuts
  • 34. Drinks (İçecekler) At breakfast and all day long Turkish people drink black tea. Tea is made with two teapots in Turkey. Turkish coffee, Turkish tea and Ayran are the most popular drinks in Turkey.
  • 35. Turkish Coffee (Türk Kahvesi) Turkish coffee is a world-known coffee which can be served sweet or bitter.
  • 36. Ayran (Ayran) Turkish Tea
  • 37. Boza Salep Rose Syrup Lemonade
  • 38. Desserts (Tatlılar)
  • 39. Turkish Baklava (Baklava) One of the worldrenowned desserts of Turkish cuisine is baklava.
  • 40. Sütlaç Sütlaç is the most famous milky dessert in Turkish cuisine.
  • 41. Turkish Delight (Lokum)
  • 42. Asure Chicken Breast Pudding Gullac Halva
  • 43. Kemal Pasha Dessert Pumpkin Dessert Semolina Halva Stuffed Figs
  • 44. Prepared By: İdea Nehir Özliman

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