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Sunday, August 5, 2012

Turkish Food...

 Summer time requires light food and when it comes to light eating Turkish cuisine is great with its cold dishes cooked with olive oil.. Various kinds of beans and vegetables cooked with olive oil as cold dishes and some pastries filled with cheese or vegetables are my usual summer time dishes..Yesterday I prepared these red lentil balls just to have some healthy snacks around.

Yaz aylarında hafif yemeği seviyoruz ve Türk mutfağı da zeytinyağlıları ile bu konuda bence lider. Zeytinyağlı fasulyeler, sebzeler ve peynirli ya da sebzeli hafif börekler yaz aylarında bizim olmazsa olmazlarımız.. Atıştıracak sağlıklı bir şeyler elimizin altında bulunsun diye dün bu mercimek köftelerini yaptım...

As I am a rather terrible cook with very few recepies, today I would like to invite you to Ozlem's Turkish table.  Özlem is a Turkish Lady living in England and she is teaching cooking classes in England and in Turkey. Please visit her blog just to have a virtual taste of Turkish food, and I would like to thank Ozlem from here for allowing me use her photos: '' Thank you, dear''

Ben çok fazla yemek tarifi bilmeyen, oldukça kötü bir aşçı olduğumdan dolayı bugün sizleri Özlem'in masasına davet etmek istiyorum. Özlem İngilterede yaşayan, ve hem orada , hem de burada yemek kursların düzenleyen çok hoş bir hanım. Sanal da olsa Türk mutfağının tadına bakmak için Özlem'in blog'unun ziyaret etmeyi unutmayın. Ayrıca buradan kendisine fotoğraflarını kullanmama izin verdiği için teşekkür ederim. ''Teşekkürler, Özlem'cim''











 PS: First 2 photos are mine, the rest are from Ozlem's blog

Not:İlk 2 fotoğraf benim, diğerleri Özlem'in blog'undan..

8 comments:

  1. Food looks delicious. I've never had Turkish food, but those lentil balls you made look quite interesting.
    Mary

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  2. Hi - I so love Turkish foods and those pictured above look really delicious. I loved the bread, 'ekmek', and all the lamb dishes and the potato recipes always amazed me. I can smell the smells I so loved.
    Luv Gail
    peace...

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  3. WONDERFUL! Off to see her blog. My hubby is off to Turkey next month. I REALLY want to join him!

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  4. It certainly looks good.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  5. looks and sounds wonderful
    Snuggles and snorts
    Benny & Lily

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  6. I would love to join you around this table:)

    życie & podróże
    gotowanie

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  7. postingan yang bagus tentang Turkish Food...

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  8. Your blog about Turkish Food is awesome and this food looks delicious. I like Turkey cuisine food very much and i have tried many turkish recipes which i got from youtube and many other website. I like visiting Turkish restaurants in weekend.

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