Check out our delicious Turkish recipes! From breakfast to appetizers and main dishes, we've got you covered. These are healthy recipes and many of them are also vegetarian.
Turkish cuisine offers a large variety of dishes that are packed with a lot of flavor and loved by everyone. If you're looking for new and delicious recipes to try, you've got to give these recipes a try!
If you're interested in Mediterranean dishes, you're going to love our Turkish recipes. These recipes call for wholesome ingredients and are easy to make. Like other cuisines of the Mediterranean, Turkish cuisine uses a lot of olive oil which makes it a healthy cuisine offering wonderful dishes that are not only good for you, but also are super tasty.
Is Turkish food healthy?
Turkish food is pretty much healthy since it uses a lot of olive oil and seasonal ingredients. Probiotics such as yogurt are widely used in this cuisine and vegetables are a part of every meal.
Unlike what you might have heard, Turkish cuisine offers a lot more than kebabs. There are a variety of dishes you can enjoy, many of them being naturally vegetarian or vegan.
Best Turkish recipes
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25+ Authentic Turkish Recipes
- 4 roma tomatoes chopped
- 1 Italian green pepper diced
- 1 white onion diced
- 2 Persian cucumbers diced
- ¾ cup walnuts chopped
- 1 cup parsley chopped
- ¼ cup olive oil extra virgin
- 4 tablespoon pomegranate molasses
- 1 teaspoon sumac
- ½ teaspoon salt
- Place the chopped tomatoes, green Italian pepper, onion, cucumbers, walnuts and parsley in a large bowl and mix well.
- Mix olive oil, pomegranate molasses, sumac and salt in a small bowl and pour it over the salad.
- Mix well and cover the salad with a plastic wrap. Refrigerate for 30 minutes before serving.
- Persian cucumbers have less seed than English cucumbers therefore they're perfect for this tomato salad.
- The tomatoes you're going to use for this recipe should be firm and plump. Soft tomatoes will release their juice easier.
- If pomegranate molasses is not available, a splash of balsamic vinegar would work, too.
- You can add more chopped walnuts to this tomato salad if you would like it to be more crunchy.