This is a guest post from Catherine of mykitchenadvisor.
Spicy and Energetic: Recipe of Turkish Cuisine for Real Man
There are all sorts of brilliant Turkish recipes for real men, full of hearty goodness and fresh ingredients. This article looks at some of these, providing details on how to execute them.
Turkey as a country that will steal every man’s heart, plus it will make their stomachs smile! What better way to celebrate the culture of this beautiful country than by celebrating their traditional cuisine? We selected several recipes that are full of spice and energy. They will keep any man active and feeling alive for days on end, so let’s take a look at them!
This dish originally came from a real man who became the Macedon king at 19, Alexander the Great. The Turkish named it after him, and it has a delicious taste. It was his favorite dish.
You might want to try;
- 1 tablespoon of olive oil
- 4 pita loaves of bread
- 4 chicken breasts (chopped)
- 2 medium onions (chopped)
- 1 clove of garlic (minced)
- A can of tomato puree
- Black pepper
- Half a cup of melted butter
- 1 cup of Greek yogurt
- ¼ cup of fresh parsley
Preheat your oven to 350°F and arrange the pieces of bread onto your baking sheet. You can also look at air fryer reviews if you want to cook a bit faster. Lightly toast them for around five minutes and cut into bite-size bases.
Heat your olive oil in a pan over medium heat and stir in the chicken, garlic, and onion. Cook until juices have left the meat. Stir in the tomato puree, cumin, salt, and pepper. Cook for a further 10 minutes.
Arrange slices of pita into a serving dish and drizzle over butter, top it all with the chicken mix. Add parsley and yogurt and serve.
Who knew Turkish recipes could taste so good?
Any red-blooded man will undoubtedly appreciate these Turkish dishes. They are all Turkish food recipes with hearty and delicious ingredients that work well together. You can eat them at any time of the year, again and again. We hope you enjoy them as much as we’ve enjoyed trying them out ourselves!
What are your favorite Turkish recipes? Do you have any you’d like to share? Tell us in the comments section below.
Catherine Wiley as always been interested in food, ever since her grandmother taught her how to ferment her sauerkraut. She works as a freelance copywriter and has been writing about food for the past 15 years. Catherine loves spicy food and is an avid musician too. She has played the piano since the age of 5! You can read more about here @ mykitchenadvisor.
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