July 10, 2017
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"This vibrant and healthy Piyaz Salad is made throughout Turkey and gets ready in no time. Red onions and tomatoes work very well with the tangy sumac; it is traditionally enjoyed with Lahmacun (Turkish or Armenian thin pizza with minced/ground meat topping), as well as Turkish meatballs. It is also a lovely salad served with cheese, olives and hummus."
Rub and work sumac and the salt into the onion slices with your hands really well (this will soften the onions and help spices infuse in well).
Stir in the chopped tomatoes, parsley and paprika flakes, combine well.
Whisk together the extra virgin olive oil and lemon juice and pour over the piyaz salad. Season with more salt (if needed) and freshly ground black pepper.
Serve Piyaz Salad with feta cheese, olives and/or hummus for a delicious spread.
Piyaz Salad is also the ultimate accompaniment of Lahmacun and Turkish meatballs, kofte.
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