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    From turkishcookbook.com. This delicious soup was very quick and easy to make! As part of my ongoing journey to learn Turkish cuisine...the very most a working knowledge.

    Recipe #428484

    I don't know how closely this resembles the hummus served in Turkey, but it is delicious! Printed in our local newspaper.

    Recipe #184901

    Substitute a standard lemon if Meyer lemon is unavailable. Found on spicelines.com. PS As the ice cream was churning, toasted chopped pistachios sounded like a good addition but I had none on hand. One tablespoon of rosewater was the perfect amount for my tastes.

    Recipe #425330

    A traditional Turkish spread/dip. This has been referrred to as the 'peanut butter and jelly sandwich of Turkey'. I don't know how valid that statement is, but a PB&J sandwich-even if it's a Turkish version sounds good to me! Depending on the recipe source, sometimes the ratio of grape molasses to tahini is 1:1. Experiment.

    Recipe #380677

    From turkishcookbook.com. It is imperative to have the best and freshest ingredients for this dish. The recipe has been prepared twice now: first time with dried egg noodles from the local Mennonite community and second time using the noodle recipe posted below. Also, the noodles were made using a KitchenAid stand up mixer although I had to roll out the dough by hand (don't own a KA pasta attachment-yet). Pine nuts can replace walnuts if you prefer.

    Recipe #421080

    From turkishcookbook.com. I think if I ever visited Turkey I would quickly become fat and happy. Tulum cheese is the traditional cheese in this intensely flavored salad. It is described as "tangy" in taste. Unfortunately tulum is impossible to find here (I'll have to call around town and see if I can locate it). Meantime, in its place I substituted a good quality chevre and the second test run-freshly grated myzithra. If anyone has a better cheese suggestion for the salad, please *let me know*! Don't say Velveeta. The arugula may suddenly wither and die on the spot. The fresh basil and dried pomegranate seeds are my addition.

    Recipe #421087

    From a local source. A time consuming recipe but well worth the effort. Note: this is intended to be served with my Recipe #253159 . For festive occasions!

    Recipe #253493

    Use only basmati rice, please. From our local newspaper.

    Recipe #253159

    (Not even a far distant cousin of Mayonnaise.) Found on a blog somewhere out there in Blogland but I forgot to bookmark it. Always a double take with cardamom whether it be a sweet, or in this case, savory dish: (Cardamom, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways! ...to the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach...!) The meatballs can be prepared with all beef or all lamb if you wish, however, a combination of the two meats is preferred. A couple of changes were made to the recipe.

    Recipe #387260

    I put this together quickly today while waiting for my tea to brew. Use your favorite fresh fruit in season. Note: the Recipezaar site was giving me grief by not allowing me to type: 1 rose bloom. You will need 1 rose bloom to complete this recipe. (Why insist on rose flour, not rose flower?!)

    Recipe #385209

    From Weekend Magazine. The sumac is my addition-please DO NOT omit it. Can be grilled, pan fried or baked. Please try this with my posted Recipe #252416.

    Recipe #255244

    From the cookbook Mediterranean Dishes by Diane Seed. Za'atar (or zahtar) is easy to make and several good recipes are found on this site. I have used an automatic bread machine to prepare the dough. This yields a light textured bread.

    Recipe #142472

    From a flier at our local supermarket. Substitute regular couscous for the Israeli if you can't find the latter. Also, if possible, please make your own za'atar for this recipe.

    Recipe #317343

    Not so much a "recipe" but I make this at least once a week in the summer-if not more often. (I don't even bother peeling the melons or orange.) One of my favorite ways to serve fresh fruit! Recently discovered Temptation melon is really good in this recipe! If I have any raspberries, marionberries, blueberries, blackberries available, I'll throw in a handful of those, too!

    Recipe #239082

    A Middle Eastern-flavored iced beverage from a local source. Shhh!! You have my blessing to play with the ingredient amounts as you please.

    Recipe #386942


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