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    I've seen many varying dishes of rice in Turkey, all of them quite good, so this is just one of many. This variation has a good taste, but because the flavor isn't too bold it makes an easy side dish to most meals. Afiyet Olsun!

    Recipe #130336

    This is another simple Turkish recipe that I learned while living in Turkey. It consists of potato and chicken cubes in a thin, tomato water. It makes a nice, light lunch that's perfect for Istanbul's rainy winter days. Afiyet olsun!

    Recipe #130221

    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


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