Turkish Salad

Turkish Salad created by oloschiavo

This is more a dip than a salad. goes well with pita or turkish bread. You can have it as hot as you like, just adjust the amount of chilli powder that goes into it.

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50mins
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  • Fry onions and garlic in olive oil, till soft.
  • Add chopped bell peppers and cook, covered, for 10 minutes.
  • Add the rest of the ingredients, except dill, and cook for about 15 minutes, stirring from time to time to prevent sticking.
  • When ready, take off stove and mix in the chopped dill.
  • Serve cold as a dip.
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"This is more a dip than a salad. goes well with pita or turkish bread. You can have it as hot as you like, just adjust the amount of chilli powder that goes into it."

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  1. Muchmom
    This wonderful! I have been searching for this recipe. I made it last week and will make it again soon! Thanks for sharing it!
  2. oloschiavo
    Turkish Salad Created by oloschiavo
  3. oloschiavo
    Hi arira, this is a delicious recipe! I, too, halved the recipe and used green and orange peppers because that was all I had. I ate it warm with my dinner tonight and I'm sure it will be even better tomorrow for lunch after it has chilled and stewed in all that delicious garlic. Yum yum!
  4. JustJanS
    Turkish Salad Created by JustJanS
  5. JustJanS
    This is my sort of food, and something I could eat for days and days an never tire of. I made a half recipe, which was easy apart from mixing up the amount of parsley and adding the full amount. I finished this with the juice of half a lemon, otherwise followed the recipe exactly.
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