Turkish Pastry Catal

Catal One of the things that Turkish women love most is to come together in the afternoons to chat with delicious snacks. Such meetings are called Bu Days Bu. It means Turkish teatime. Catal (pronounced Chathal) is an indispensable element of the menu served in such meetings. It has its own taste. The most important Read more about Turkish Pastry Catal[…]

Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin Soup Turkey is a country with special flavors and recipes in almost every province. Nevertheless, Turkish people realized the diversity of food culture too late. For example, the pumpkin soup made in the provinces of Ordu and Giresun on the shores of the Black Sea for hundreds of years, was thought to be from Read more about Pumpkin Soup[…]

Stuffed Peppers with Olive Oil

Stuffed peppers with Olive Oil, we give meaty version recipe previously, it is one of Turkey’s most delicious food. You should try the meatless, vegan version that is mostly eaten at lunch or as an appetizer. One of the things you should pay most attention to in this very simple meal is that the oil Read more about Stuffed Peppers with Olive Oil[…]

Pilaf with Anchovy

  Pilaf with Anchovy, is indicative of the culture of a separate kitchen every corner of Turkey. Black Sea is a full anchovy paradise. The most delicious anchovies in the world live in this sea. Black Sea cuisine is mostly based on this fish since there is abundance of anchovies on the shores of the Read more about Pilaf with Anchovy[…]

Ashura – Noah’s Pudding (Asure)

  Ashura is a traditional dessert, which made every year in the month of Muharram in Turkey, as in other Muslim countries. Ashura, when no provisions in the Noah’s ark, the belief that with little material remaining at the bottom of the bags is common. This is why it is also called the Noah’s pudding. Read more about Ashura – Noah’s Pudding (Asure)[…]