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    7 Reviews |  By Mercy

    A delightful breakfast/brunch recipe from Bon Appetit, May 1995

    Recipe #119959

    I got this recipe from my friend Val who has a turkish husband. he claims this dish is eaten often in the royal palace

    Recipe #488198

    Simple, lovely soup Go easy on the paprika and feel free to leave out the cayenne (for kids)

    Recipe #458093

    I was going nuts looking for the perfect red lentil soup recipe that had just the right spice blend after enjoying it immensely at my favorite local Turkish joint and getting a bit bored with my standby lentil soup recipe. This is based on various Turkish lentil soup recipes with my own flair. It didn't come out exactly like the tasty soup at Turkuaz, but it did come out good enough for me to keep making it!

    Recipe #494025

    This recipe is one of the handful of easy Turkish recipes that I learned while studying abroad in Turkey. The dish consists of cubed chicken in a tomato sauce...quite simple, but it tastes good! Turks usually eat it with bread, however it can be eaten alone as well. If the tomatoes don't seem to provide enough juices I have sometimes added a little water (probably not necessary, but you can judge this towards the end). Serve in a sided dish or shallow bowl. Afiyet olsun!

    Recipe #130219

    Good for chicken or lamb - from ATCO Blue Flame Kitchen. Posted for ZWT #6!

    Recipe #428298

    Taken from "Turkish Cooking"

    Recipe #427802


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