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« Reply #10 on: September 15, 2005 06:26:11 AM »

When I lived in Germany, we ate dner and lamacun all the time. It was the best fast food around. Anyone have recipes for those? I imagine the meat isn't something easy to prepare at home - ist there an approximation?
« Reply #11 on: September 27, 2005 01:04:42 PM »

When I lived in Germany, we ate dner and lamacun all the time. It was the best fast food around. Anyone have recipes for those? I imagine the meat isn't something easy to prepare at home - ist there an approximation?

hi, i found a recipe of lahmacun but i didn't try it and i don't know if it will be the same taste with the ones you ate but i read the ingredient and i looks same. you may try it  Wink

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« Reply #12 on: June 14, 2006 10:33:06 AM »

I have an Americanized version of borek that I make regularly.  It uses tortillas instead of yufka.
1 pkg. large flour tortillas
1 pkg. frozen spinach
1 onion, diced
1 pkg. mushrooms
1 pkg. feta, crumbled
1 c. yogurt
1 tbs. olive oil
1 egg

Heat oven to 375
Sautee the onion in some olive oil.  Add the mushrooms and cook together a bit before adding the spinach.  Add salt and pepper to taste.
In a bowl, mix together the yogurt, oil, and egg.
Lay out a tortilla, put a spoonful of the yogurt mixture on it and spread it around.  Then, about 1/3 of the way from an edge, lay out a line of the spinach filling.  Crumble some feta on top.  Roll up the tortilla, tucking an end around the filling and continuing from there.  Place in a shallow baking pan.  Do this for the rest of the tortillas.  Once they are all lined up in the pan, spoon some yogurt mixture on top of each one and spread it on top.  This will maker a golden crust.  Bake for about 30 minutes.  Enjoy hot or cold!  Cheesy
« Reply #13 on: June 28, 2006 10:17:19 PM »

I'd love a traditional recipe of tabouli.
I have a couple of recipes allready but they're not quite the same as ones I have tasted.
There seems to be something missing in the way of herbs or spices.
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« Reply #14 on: June 29, 2006 05:29:55 AM »

I spent 2 weeks in Turkey in January - grad school trip - and fell in love... I've been desparately missing the food, the coffee and the hospitality since I got back. Thanks for putting a smile on my face - oh and for the recipes too!!!

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« Reply #15 on: August 28, 2006 08:34:48 PM »

I lived in Turkey, Incirlik to be specific, traveled a lot while there.  Turkey is a beautiful country with lovely people.  The food is beyond words it is so delicious.  I loved the borak, yufta, yoghurt, the vegetables are huge and so much tastier than in the USA, and everything is affordable.  I have made borak with tortillas and with egg roll dough but nothing matches making it with yufta.  I really liked an Adana Kebob.  If you have a recipe for this I would be so happy.  I know you use lamb, cumin, etc, not sure what to use instead of the bread that wrapped the kebob. I love that recipe site you gave too.
« Reply #16 on: August 29, 2006 02:49:34 PM »

I've made borek with phyllo pastry that turned out quite well!

I'd like a personal Turkish chef, also one that can make me gozleme on a daily basis.
« Reply #17 on: August 29, 2006 08:05:27 PM »

I am going to try that phyllo dough for borek I think my grandsons will love that.  They love finger foods and that is so addictive.  I cant wait to try it.  Ill let you all know how it turns out.
« Reply #18 on: September 02, 2006 09:30:50 PM »

Hello everyone!

I'm from Turkey.

If you'd like to cook some Turkish recipe you can look this site : http://www.turkishcookbook.com/

If you know Turkish this site is perfect : http://www.portakalagaci.com/

Portakal agaci is run by my neighbor's friend! I live in an apartment building filled with 20 something Turkish families (including my own) and I jumped to see there was a Turkish child board!

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« Reply #19 on: October 03, 2006 10:40:52 AM »

Hello all!
I have been looking around on this site for awhile.. my daughter turned me on to it and now I cant stop. She makes purses and bags.. anyway I saw the site about Turkey and had to join. My fater was in the Air Force and we lived there for a few years.. when I was in the 6th- 9th grade. I loved it there.. We lived in Adana and then on the air base there.. Incirlik.. I often wonder what it is like there now. I would love to go back and see, but that is just not possible for me.. well not now. I used to have this puzzle ring that I got a shop across the street from our apartment and cant find them anywhere.. does anyone know where I could find one?
Anyway nice talk with you.. Tracy
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