Binnur's Turkish Cookbook

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Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Turkish Salad Recipes

05/12/09: Turkish Green Olive Salad (Yesil Zeytin Salatasi).
18/11/09: Tahini Spinach Salad (Tahinli Ispanak Salatasi).
02/11/09: Pan Fried Potato Salad (Tavada Patates Salatasi).
01/10/09: Cauliflower Salad (Karnabahar Salatasi).
28/08/09: Arugula Salad with Walnuts (Cevizli Roka Salatasi).
01/08/09: Tomato Salad with Onion (Soganli Domates Salatasi).
26/06/09: Bulgur Salad ( İç ).
05/06/09: Cucumber with Walnuts (Cevizli Salatalik).
23/03/09: Chickpea Salad (Nohut Salatasi).
04/08/08: Mixed Green Salad with Yogurt Dressing (Yogurtlu Karisik Yesil Salata).
26/03/08: Antalya Style Kidney Bean Salad (Antalya Piyazi).
10/12/07: Artichoke Hearts Salad (Enginar Kalbi Salatasi).
05/12/07: Asparagus with Mushrooms in Olive Oil (Zeytinyagli Mantarli Kuskonmaz).
05/10/07: Chicken Salad with Mayo (Mayonezli Tavuk Salatasi).
02/10/07: Turkish Cabbage Salad (Beyaz Lahana Salatasi).
30/08/07: Fish Salad (Balik Salatasi).
10/08/07: Watercress Salad (Su Teresi Salatasi).
18/02/07: Spinach Root Salad (Ispanak Koku Salatasi).
20/12/06: Turkish-style Potato Salad (Patates Salatasi).
05/10/06: Roasted Eggplant Salad with Walnuts (Cevizli Patlican Salatasi).
02/08/06: Gavurdagi Salad (Gavurdagi Salatasi).
07/07/06: Radish Salad (Turp Salatasi).
30/06/06: Arugula Salad (Roka Salatasi).
04/04/06: Side Salad for Kebabs (Yesillik).
29/03/06: Turkish Style Tomato Dip (Acili Ezme).
02/03/06: Carrot Salad (Havuc Salatasi).
28/01/06: Red Cabbage Salad (Mor Lahana Salatasi).
25/12/05: Root Celery Salad (Kereviz Salatasi).
02/12/05: Spinach Salad with Yogurt Sauce (Soslu Ispanak Salatasi).
26/08/05: Tomato Salad (Domates Salatasi).
15/07/05: Roasted Eggplant Salad (Patlican Salatasi).
17/06/05: Kidney Bean Salad (Piyaz).
16/03/05: Shepherd's Salad (Coban Salatasi).

14 Comments:

At 10:19 AM, Anonymous Justin D Ward said...

Do you have a recipe for the sauce in which to marinate kebab meat in before roasting on a spit? Also the awesome yogurt/garlic sauce that is served on doner kebabs? Thanks, Justin jdwpiano82@hotmail.com

 
At 10:32 AM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi Justin,
I am going to post more kebab recipes during the summer. There will be
sauced ones too:) I will also post the sauce used for Chicken Doner
kebab in 2 weeks...

 
At 5:15 AM, Blogger juliean said...

Hi could you give me your Yogurt and Garlic Sauce recipe also.

Regards From Julie

 
At 11:15 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi Julie,
Mash garlic with salt and mix with yogurt. We use yogurt and garlic in
so many ways, I don't understand exactly what you meant...what is it, Haydari? if it is I already posted it. On the site, below the google ads on the right, there's a search box.
so you can search just my site if "TC" is selected, it will help you to find any recipe that I posted:)

 
At 4:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi! I recently ate a fabulous salad/side dish at two different turkish restaurants and both were listed simply as "bean salad" or "roasted bean salad". They varied a bit from each other but both contained beans (one red beans the other white cannelini beans I believe). They were both served cold. I found your recipe on the site for the bean salad but the one I ate did not contain egg, onion, tomatoes. And I do not remember tasting any lemon flavoring. Any assistance on what this dish I had might be, I would greatly appreciate! Cara@veronyc.com

 
At 12:36 AM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
I wish I could tell you which salad it is. Variety is to large in
Turkish Cuisine. At least you could give me the other ingredients, it can't be only beans...was tahini in it?

 
At 9:08 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Binnur,

Do you have a recipe for Kisir? I can't seem to find it! By the way, this is an awesome site!!

 
At 10:18 AM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
I've already posted the Kisir which is
under the Appetizers section, here is the address;
http://www.turkishcookbook.com/2005/03/kisir.php

On the site, below the google ads on the right, there's a search box.
So you can search on my site if "TC" is selected, it will help you to
find any recipe that I post.

 
At 2:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Binnur,

I have to say how much I've enjoyed your site, found it a couple of days ago while looking for a pide recipe.

Two questions I would like to ask you, first one being a long shot but here it goes, at a resturant we had spoon salad which was basically finely chopped salad with paprika flakes and I presumed lemon and oil but when I tried to make it I failed totally, any hints? No2 at the same place we had bread like balloon bread but the size of a plate, would this be the same bread as the big long one and have you posted the recipe for it?
Have to add lentil soup was a big hit, thanks

Sharon - England

 
At 7:02 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi Sharon,
Thank you:) For the dressing, you may use pomegranate paste or sumac instead of lemon juice.
I haven't posted the balloon bread recipe yet:)
Basically, all the breads are made of yeast, flour and water.
Baking techniques or styles can be different.
Take care,

 
At 6:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hiya Binnur,
I am new to your delicious site, but from now on will be a regular visitor.
I was recently in Turkey and my Mother in law made bread and broke it into little peices and placed into a large bowl, she then added garlic and yogurt all over the bread but im not certain on quite how she did this, this appetizer was very nice and i forgot to get the recipe from her. I would really like to have a try at this recipe, so is there any chance you can help me?
Many, many thanks for this wonderful site and for any help you can give.
Kendine iyi bak!
Ellie.

 
At 11:59 AM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi Ellie,
Thank you:) It is a classic, rustic Turkish dish. I personally have it 1-2 times a week as a light lunch! I am going to post it in the future.
Sende kendine iyi bak:)

 
At 8:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Binnur,
I just found your site and am extremely grateful you have created it.
I am absolutely hooked on an appetizer that I get at a local Turkish restaurant, they call it Havuc Kavurmasi. They say it contains cooked ground carrots, olive oil, garlic and yogurt.
I would love to have the recipe to try to make this at home. (I am spending way too much on this a month.)
I hope you can help me out.
Lisa
Boston, MA
USA

 
At 10:50 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi Lisa,
It is also called Havuclu Haydari (Haydari with Carrots) I've already posted the recipe under the Appetizers section. Here is the address;
http://www.turkishcookbook.com/2006/05/haydari-with-carrots.php

On the site, below the google ads on the right, there's a search box. So you can search on my site if "TC" is selected, it will help you to find any recipe that I have posted:)
I hope I helped you:)

 

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