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Hibiscus & Orange Water
31 calories
Spinach Pancake
329 calories
Spinach Pancake Submitted by: JoanWagnerTeller

This a Persian dish known as Isfanakh Patera.

Salmon & Sweet Potato Fishcakes With Lime Za'atar Yogurt
839 calories
Salmon & Sweet Potato Fishcakes With Lime Za'atar... Submitted by: JostLori

Excellent as an appetizer or as a family dinner. These fishcakes and the sauce can be made in advance, making weeknight cooking a snap! From "Fress" by Emma Spitzer. Serves 4 as a main or 6 as an appetizer; makes around 12-14...

Bahrat Karisimi
57 calories
Bahrat Karisimi Submitted by: Fizzybrat

A Turkish herb blend.

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32 calories
Bahrat Submitted by: Fizzybrat

A Middle Eastern spice blend.

Tahini Honey Spread
100 calories
Tahini Honey Spread Submitted by: JostLori

A great change-up from the usual jam or Nutella. A sweet little spread from Turkey.

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Tej - Ethiopian Honey Wine
239 calories
Tej - Ethiopian Honey Wine Submitted by: JostLori

Like mead. This is a really simple recipe to put together and enjoy!

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Skewered Swordfish
488 calories
Skewered Swordfish Submitted by: JostLori

A Turkish recipe from The Essential Mediterranean Cookbook. Prep time includes marinating time of 3 hours.

Figs In Honey Syrup
438 calories
Figs In Honey Syrup Submitted by: JostLori

Summer is fig season, and there's no better use for an overabundance of figs than this classic Turkish recipe!

Turkish Coffee
18 calories
Turkish Coffee Submitted by: JostLori

The key sign of a good Turkish coffee is the dark creamy froth (crema). Caster sugar is also known as superfine sugar. It can be found in the sugar aisle and usually comes in what looks like a milk carton. Turkish coffee is normally...

Turkish Delight
156 calories
Turkish Delight Submitted by: JostLori

My favorite Turkish snack! The rosewater is delicate and delicious! Other flavorings can be used in place of rosewater. Most common are Orange Blossom Water and Almond.

  • 4.5000
(2) Reviews
Cerkes Tavugu (Circassian Chicken)
657 calories
Cerkes Tavugu (Circassian Chicken) Submitted by: JostLori

Circassian chicken comes from the culinary legacy of the Circassian women who where part of the Sultan's harem during the days of the Ottoman Empire. Noted for their gastronomic skills as well as their beauty, the Circassians...

219 calories
Cilbir Submitted by: JostLori

This Turkish dish is perfect for a light supper or brunch. Instead of, or as well as, the onions you can use 2 crushed cloves of garlic cooked gently in the butter for 1 minute, or until softened.

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(2) Reviews
462 calories
Taratoor Submitted by: JostLori

From Turkey, a sauce for seafood, salads, fried vegetables or for dipping bread.

28 calories
Harissa Submitted by: Linky

This is an ingredeient in some African and middle eastern cuisines.

Turkish Tabbouleh
390 calories
Turkish Tabbouleh Submitted by: Linky

One of my favorite salads, this version is from a wholesome blog by Amy, who got it from a Turkish man at a food cart in Germany.

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(1) Review
Armenian Tahini Bread
762 calories
Armenian Tahini Bread Submitted by: Mikekey

This sweet yeast bread is flaky yet chewy, with aromas of sesame and cinnamon.

154 calories
Sarma Submitted by: breezermom

A Turkish treat. I would serve as an appetizer. Rice stuffed grape leaves.

Marzipan Ice-Cream
453 calories
Marzipan Ice-Cream Submitted by: Linky

I love marzipan. It originated in Turkey and made its way to Europe. There are many customs surrounding marzipan. The best custom is eating it!!! I couldn't resist this recipe from Love and Olive Oil Blog! Cook time includes chill...

Turkish Red Lentil Soup
391 calories
Turkish Red Lentil Soup Submitted by: Mikekey

One of Turkey's most popular soups. Serve with a crusty bread.

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(5) Reviews
32 calories
Za’atar Submitted by: Tisme

This is a fantastic recipe, use it to sprinkle over salads, soups or a great idea is to serve za'atar in a bowl with a side bowl of olive oil and small pieces of warmed Turkish bread or focaccia bread for dipping – dip bread first...