Category Archive: Turkish Kitchen

Turkish Cookbook Corner

Havva Ana Turkish Breakfast Restaurant Gökcebel

Havva Ana has been serving traditional Turkish breakfast since 2004. It’s located in the upper village section of Gökcebel, and draws in daily crowds.

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Dirmil Köy Kahvaltısı in Gökçebel for Turkish Breakfast

I was in Gökçebel the other day so decided to try Dirmil Köy Kahvaltısı for the first time, and I wasn’t disappointed. As well as the usual Turkish breakfast dishes, my breakfast included hand baked bread and a selection of traditional turkish sides that made this breakfast special.

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The best pizza parlour in Bodrum: Arka Pizzeria

Once you’ve discovered Arka Pizzeria in Bodrum, you’ll keep going back for their delicious Italian food, friendly staff and great music. Delicious pizza and pasta will get your taste buds dancing.

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Turkish White Wine that tastes like Pinot Grigio

Here’s some tips about the Best Turkish White Wine that tastes like Pinot Grigio. We start our wine journey of discover to find more Turkish wines that taste like this crisp, light and dry white wine.

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Binnur’s Recipe for Muhammara

Muhammara is a flavourful vegetarian Turkish meze, made with a tomato and red pepper base. Tasty by itself, but also useful for adding a bit of fire to some of the more mellow meze available.

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Binnur’s Turkish Cookbook Corner

This article includes a list of her recipes that appear on this Travel Guide, and can be made with ingredients found locally at one of the markets on the Bodrum Peninsula.

Binnur has been blogging Turkish Recipes since 2007, and published her first Turkish Cookbook in 2009.

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Traditional Turkish Breakfast

When you’re on holiday, try different foods. Try an Turkish Breakfast, & let the salty cheese & olives mingle in your mouth and kick start your day.

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Introduction to Turkish Wine

Guest Blogger, Anne, introduces us to some local Turkish wines that are available in Gundogan. If you’re in one of the other towns or villages on the peninsula, chances are these wines are also available there as well.

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Turkish Cuisine Reference Site

Not just for Turkish Recipes, this extensive Turkish Cuisine site covers content broken down into easily to digest content segments.

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Turkish Inspired Spicy Cauliflower Florets in 6 easy steps

We used some Red Pepper and Chili spice we purchased at a pazar in Yalikavak, to add some Turkish inspired flavour to a Mediterranean Spicy Cauliflower Floret receipe. Here’s how to make it in 6 easy steps.

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Recipe for Dolmasi: Stuffed Grapevine Leaves

A couple of different recipes for making Dolmasi. Made from Grape Vine Leaves.

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