Archive for July 26, 2014

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Ispanaklı Su Böreği or Water Borek with Spinach

    Borek is so versatile and there are so many ways to make it.  Fried, oven baked, and water are just a few types of borek.  White cheese, spinach, ground beef, leeks, potato and zucchini are just a few ingredients that can be used.  Today I would like to share with you my Ispanaklı Su Böreği recipe.  Su Böreği or Water Borek is one of the most commonly made borek's and it is a wonderful Turkish comfort food.  It...

Chicken Salad

    Chicken Salad can be made in so many ways that you are sure to be able to please just about anyone.  The chicken can be roasted, boiled or grilled.  You can add purple or green grapes, red or green apples, walnuts or pecans, or a combination of any of these yummy ingredients.  Celery can be added or omitted.  I am not a big celery fan but my daughter likes it so when I make a batch I split...

Zeytinyağlı Pırasa Leeks in Olive Oil

  Zeytinyağlı Pırasa or Leeks in Olive Oil is a Turkish dish that is traditionally cooked in the winter months.  I actually saw some in my grocery store yesterday and couldn't resist making zeytinyağlı pırasa.  This dish is served at room temperature.  It is a healthy recipe that I hope you will try soon.  Afiyet olsun! Zeytinyağlı Pırasa or Leeks in Olive Oil   Save Print A healthy delicious dish that will leave your taste buds longing for more. Author:...

Tender Beef Cubes with Mushroom and Pepper Gravy

  For my first new post on inthekitchenwithapril.com, I really wanted the dish to be amazing and I must say the dish I made tonight goes above and beyond.  It was so good, in fact, that there was none left.   That is right NONE.  We were scraping the bottom of the pans to get all the yummy, creamy potatoes and all the flavorful gravy because we didn't want to leave any behind.  I don't want to admit it, but...

Kiymali Toskanalı Mangir Otu ve Sarimsakli Yogurt – Tuscan Kale ala Turka with Garlic Yogurt

  Our local farmer's market has opened back up for summer here in Gadsden, Alabama and shopping there this past Friday reminded me of my many trips to the Pazar's of Istanbul only on a much smaller scale.  Not only did I buy lots of fresh veggies, I also bought an "old" variety of Hydrangea that I still have not planted.  I bought two different kinds of heirloom tomatoes, a couple of cayenne peppers and some gorgeous Tuscan Kale from Tobe's Tailgate...

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