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Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Turkish Breakfast & Egg Dish Recipes

10/04/10: Ricotta Cheese with Green Pepper (Biberli Lor).
15/01/10: Eggplant Jam (Patlıcan Reçeli).
07/10/09: Eggs with Ground Beef (Sahanda Kiymali Yumurta).
21/06/09: Ricotta Cheese (Lor Peyniri).
27/05/09: Strawberry Jam (Cilek Receli).
23/05/09: Halloumi Cheese (Hellim Peyniri).
28/01/09: Cherry Jam (Visne Receli).
07/01/09: Leek with Eggs (Pirasa Kavurma).
28/08/08: Peach Jam (Seftali Receli).
08/08/08: Eggs with Feta Cheese (Beyaz Peynirli Yumurta).
25/01/08: Sujuk Sandwich (Yengen).
06/01/08: Quince Marmalade (Ayva Marmeladi).
11/11/07: Spinach with Eggs (Ispanakli Yumurta).
14/10/07: Sujuk with Eggs (Sucuklu Yumurta).
19/08/07: Breakfast Suggestions (Kahvalti Ornekleri).
28/07/07: Mulberry Jam (Karadut Receli).
26/05/07: Green Beans with Eggs (Taze Fasulye Kavurmasi).
03/05/07: Feta Cheese Pie (Beyaz Peynirli Tart).
28/04/07: Tomatoes with Feta Cheese in the Oven (Firinda Peynirli Domates).
20/04/07: Grape Jam (Uzum Receli).
07/04/07: Classic Turkish Breakfast (Klasik Turk Kahvaltisi).
09/03/07: Apple Marmalade (Elma Marmeladi).
21/01/07: Turkish Bagel with Sesame Seeds (Simit).
13/01/07: Tahini & Grape Molasses (Tahin Pekmez).
25/12/06: Thick Turkish Cream (Kaymak).
03/11/06: Potatoes with Eggs (Patatesli Yumurta).
10/09/06: Tarhana Soup (Tarhana Corbasi).
15/03/06: Kacamak.
17/01/06: Orange Jam (Portakal Receli).
18/09/05: Eggs with Onions (Soganli Yumurta).
31/07/05: Eggs on Yogurt (Cilbir).
29/07/05: Turkish Style French Toast (Yumurtali Ekmek).
26/04/05: Turkish Scrambled Eggs (Menemen).

6 Comments:

At 10:17 PM, Blogger Nancy said...

Merhaba Binnur Hanim,
I have just returned from Turkey for the second time. I love the food! It is so wonderful to see your recipes here.
There is a layered noodle dish using wide, delicate noodles with cheese in between the layers. I have not been able to find a recipe for it. Can you help?
Tesekkurler,
Nancy

 
At 11:42 AM, Blogger Binnur said...

Merhaba Nancy,
I'd love to help but your question is not clear enough, I need more information:) There are so many breakfast recipes like the other dishes in Turkish Cuisine.
Is it Borek with cheese filling or Su Boregi (Water Borek)? Please check the Pastries section for more recipes.
http://www.turkishcookbook.com/2005/04/borek.php
http://www.turkishcookbook.com/2006/11/water-borek.php
Sevgilerimle,

 
At 10:10 AM, Blogger Nancy said...

Merhaba Binnur,
Thank you so much for your help. It is indeed the Su Boregi (Water Borek).
Thanks!
Nancy

 
At 9:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have just returned from a fantastic week in Torba. A lady there was cooking thin pancakes on what looked like an upturned barbecue. She filled them with meat and vegetable fillings. They sounded like Guerrelemon although I am sure this is not the right spelling. Do you have a recipe for this please? Stephanie PS Your recipes are wonderful.

 
At 6:44 PM, Anonymous Nancy said...

Regarding the "...thin pancakes on what looked like an upturned barbecue. She filled them with meat and vegetable fillings."
I cannot spell it, but phonetically I think it is GUZ-la-may. I was quite fond of it when I was in Turkey.

 
At 10:05 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi Nancy,
I've already posted Gozleme which is under the Pastries section. Here is the address;

http://www.turkishcookbook.com/2007/03/gozleme.php

 

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