Thursday, November 3, 2011

Popular and Famous Traditional Foods in Antalya


Cuisine

Antalya’s signature cuisine includes Piyaz, spicy hibeş with mixed cumin and tahini, şiş köfte, tandır kebap, domates civesi, şakşuka, börülce salatası, kabak çiçeği dolması, kabak çintmesi, börülce çorbası, şiş köfte, laba, and various cold Mediterranean dishes with olive oil. One local speciality is tirmis, boiled seeds of the lupin, eaten as a snack. "Grida" (also known as Lagos or Mediterrenean white grouper) is a fish common in local dishes.
 

1) Antalya Usulü Piyaz (Antalya Bean Salad)

Ingredients:
2 cups of cooked beans
1 onion, cut finely in half-moons
1/2 cup parsley, finely chopped
1 or two hard boiled eggs, sliced
1 tomato, diced
1/4 cup tahini
1/4 cup vinegar
1/4 cup lemon juice
2 cloves of garlic, minced


2) Saç Kavurma (Diced lamb fried on iron plate)

Ingredients:
250 grams of fat tail
500 grams of goat meat
200 grams of onion
1 / 2 bunch parsley
250 grams green pepper
150 grams of red pepper (pepper sauceboat)
150 grams Charleston peppers (sweet green pepper)
200 grams tomatoes
Salt, black pepper (1 teaspoon), red pepper flakes (optional)


3) Domates Civesi (Fried green tomatoes food)

Ingredients:
Less than 500 grams of green to red ripe tomato
2 large onions
4-5 pieces of garlic
3 tablespoons rice
2 teaspoons mint
Half lemon
5 tablespoons olive oil


4) Kelle Paça Çorbası (Goat or Sheep's head and trotters Soup)

Ingredients:
trotters and the head of goat or sheep
6 cups water
1 medium onion
2 cloves of garlic
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons of refined oil
1 teaspoon red pepper
1 / 6 cup lemon juice
2 egg yolks


5) Kabak Tatlısı (Pumpkin Dessert)

Ingredients:
1 pound of pumpkin
3 cups granulated sugar
Sesame Oil (Tahini)
Walnuts




20 comments:

  1. hi tulpar, you can call me Wan (thats my name) thanks for sharing antalys's traditional recipes. red
    i think i like to try the bean salad.
    do you have something more adaptable ingredients...say chicken
    may be you can do guest post in my blog.
    or if mutton, not the head but the meat. thanks..

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  2. @ cooking varieties (wan), Hi Wan, you are welcome. In Antalya, traditional food are generally with meat, not chicken. Especially, the goat and sheep meat are used in the food. Yes, I want to be guest blogger in your blog.

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  3. hi tulpar, thanks, thats great, all ytou need to do is email me the recipe - ingredients and the method of cooking plus about 2 to 4 photos. Please give me also a brief write up on yourself plus a brief write up on antalya (altogether 10 lines) plus 2 photos of antalya. just to promote antalya for you.

    with that i will put a permanent link for you at my blog- under "blogs that i follow" (like i did for my other guest bloggers at my sidebar).
    Once i get your mail, i will publish after a week- need to edit to match my blog set up. thanks and have a nice day

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  9. What a nice recipes I'll give this to my wife so that she can cook this foods thanks for sharing

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  10. @ Ron, thanks for your sweet comment. Yes, these are popular and famous traditional foods in Antalya. You should taste them..

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  11. We love your blog and will be posting a link to this article in our blog roll this week at Dos Plumas Travel's web page. We think Antalya is magnificent and are glad you think so too :). And a plate of Piyaz with an order of köfte is one of my favorite meals.

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  12. @ Dos Plumas Travel, thank you very much!

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  13. realy nice foods , i love them all

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