Spanikopita by Kelly Christensen

This is an authentic recipe from Turkey that my mom received from the women she lived near in Ankara, Turkey when we were stationed there as a family.

1 vote
Coriander Sauce

Coriander Sauce by John Spottiswood

This is a common feature on Afghan tables and also similar to the coriander sauce you frequently find in north Indian restaurants. It's also common in Georgian cuisine. Serve it on top of the Chile-Coriander Chicken, or as a side to any grilled meat or vegetable. It is awesome!

7 votes
Eggplant stuffed with tomato and garlic - Iman Bayeldi

Eggplant stuffed with tomato and garlic - Iman Bayeldi by John Spottiswood

The Turkish name for this recipe means "The Priest Fainted". I think the idea is that it tastes so good it made the priest faint. Anyway, it really is that good and pretty healthy too! This recipe was provided by Brian Bedrosian -- Hopefully, with a little prodding from others too,…

6 votes
Eggplant salad

Eggplant salad by Arzu Sayman

This easy made delicious salad can be served as an appetizer, spread, dip or with your meat and BBQ dishes.

1 vote
Eggplant and Peas Stew

Eggplant and Peas Stew by John Spottiswood

This recipe was invented by my good friend Brian Bedrosian. He recommends that you "Should drink red wine while cooking and eating for best results." I haven't tried this one yet...but every other Armenian concoction I've tasted of Brian's has been outstanding!

5 votes
Turkish Parsley Salad

Turkish Parsley Salad by Alice Lambert

This is a very sinple salad that the Turkish people eat at home and at resturants.

0 votes
Oriental Broccoli Salad

Oriental Broccoli Salad by Mellie Duffy

This is another version of the popular salad made with a bag of Broccoli Slaw and Ramen Chicken Soup. The Broccoli Slaw is a mixture of broccoli, carrots and cabbage, so it's loaded with nutrition. It's super easy and inexpensive recipe. It always gets rave reviews when served! It makes 7 cups or 14 1/2 servings.

1 vote
Turkish Patlican (Poplajon, Eggplant)

Turkish Patlican (Poplajon, Eggplant) by Alice Lambert

One of the oldest dishes in Turkey. This dish is called paplajon even if it doesn't have eggplant in it it is called Patlican. Simple to cook, similar to one of our stews. Chicken or beef can be used. Turkish people cook with tomato paste with just about everything in the area where I live. It is called tomato salsha, made at…

1 vote
pancar salatası

pancar salatası by pinar ipekci

1 vote
Carrot Biscuits Balls Recipe (Turkish Cuisine)

Carrot Biscuits Balls Recipe (Turkish Cuisine) by ye-mek

"Carrot Biscuits Balls" or "Carrot Balls" is sweet recipe from Turkish Cuisine.

1 vote