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Savory Turkish Red Lentil Soup (Kırmızı Mercimek Çorbası) Recipe
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Savory Turkish Red Lentil Soup (Kırmızı Mercimek Çorbası) Recipe

Lentils have a very rich protein content. Due to the fact that lentils have been a vital food source in Asia Minor since Neolithic times. So Turkish Red Lentil Soup is potentially Turkey’s most popular soup. People those live in Turkey enjoy the soup not only for lunch and dinner but also for a hearty…

A List for Turkish Flavours: Top 10 Most Common Used Ingredients in Turkish Cuisine
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A List for Turkish Flavours: Top 10 Most Common Used Ingredients in Turkish Cuisine

It is obvious that talking about Turkish cuisine is exciting! Just like Italian, Spanish or Chinese cuisines, Turkish cuisine is also one of the richest one in the world. So, we have been introducing you to the delicious members of Turkish flavour’s family. And for this purpose, we have prepared a list for you today…

The Easiest Way to Make Turkish Baklava in Your Home with Ready-Made Phyllo Pastry
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The Easiest Way to Make Turkish Baklava in Your Home with Ready-Made Phyllo Pastry

When you think of baklava, does Turkey come to mind? Did you know that some of the world’s finest baklava comes from Turkey instead of Greece or the Middle East? Most baklava fans are familiar with Greek-style baklava. The baklava often features honey as the main sweetening ingredient. On the contrary to Greek-style baklava, Turkish…

No More Turkish Bagel: Simit Enters the Oxford English Dictionary (OED)
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No More Turkish Bagel: Simit Enters the Oxford English Dictionary (OED)

The Turkish word “simit” has finally entered the Oxford English Dictionary (OED). The dictionary defined simit as a type of bread often coated with molasses and covered in sesame seeds. And so, it is originating in Turkey. Simit is widely famous as “Turkish bagels” in the world. These skinny rings of sesame-seed-covered dough are a ubiquitous sight…