Easy Ramadan Turkish Iftar Menu With Koftah & Potato New Way
Dinner | Main Dishes | Meat | Ottoman Dishes | Turkish Menus

Easy Ramadan Turkish Iftar Menu With Koftah & Potato New Way

It’s the first day of Ramadan, and for the whole month, Muslims fasts during the day. So the iftar “dinner” times become more festive gatherings for us. I will share a complete iftar menu with you with an Ottoman lentil soup “Çeşminigar Çorbası,” Kofteh with potato and yogurt puré “Köfteli Patates Paçası” from the Black…

Ottoman Turkish Recipe “Keshkul” – Almond Pudding
Desserts | Ottoman Dishes

Ottoman Turkish Recipe “Keshkul” – Almond Pudding

We are going to make an almond pudding from Ottoman times “Keshkul” (Keşkül). The word “kashkool”, also referred to as the beggar’s bowl is a container carried by wandering Dervishes. Each dervish lodge had its own carvings and ornaments on their keşkül bowls, so if someone gave money or something else to the begging dervish,…

Appetizers-Snacks | Lunch | Ottoman Dishes | Side Dishes | Vegetable

Turkish Stuffed Grape Leaves Yaprak Sarma / Dolma

Stuffed grape leaves “Yaprak Sarması” is one of the traditional and popular appetizer olive oil dish in Turkey. This vegan recipe comes back from Ottoman Cuisine. “Yaprak” means leaves and “sarma” means to wrap. To make stuffed grape leaves “Sarma” the most common leaf we use is a grapevine leaf and I am going to…

Turkish Stuffed Eggplant “Karniyarik”
Dinner | Lunch | Main Dishes | Meat | Ottoman Dishes | Oven Dishes

Turkish Stuffed Eggplant “Karniyarik”

Stuffed Eggplant Karniyarik is one of the traditional, best known, and favorite Turkish dish of all time. It is irresistible with the combination of ingredients and the presentation. Best served with fluffy Turkish style pilaf. They translate the word “Karniyarik” as a split belly. “Karın” means belly and “yarık” means split. I am really excited…