wow! that does look good...you are so talented! are you a professional cook?
Thanks for sharing darling, it is early morning here and i would love to have some of it for lunch later on! lol there we go again, since i dont have the time to make it myself, i will search for a place i can eat it at!!!
Loving is a form of dedication dear, so even better than being professional! i will definitely have some, and we have some fine Turkish restaurants where i live, hopefully i won't have to wait till i visit Turkey!
That's where i usually go when i am in the mood for Turkish food, which is almost always lol...unfortunately, they dont have borek, moreover there are only 3 Turkish restaurants in my city,which is a disadvantage. From the menu above i tried lachmacun, sucuklu pide , Tavuk (Chicken) Adana Kebab, almost all the Appetizers.
here are some pics of the things i tried:
Maybe you could give me suggestions to what to try next and of course it would be great to recreate them :).
Selam to your mom, and...ask her to share some of her recipes with us, when she has time or will...
I showed this topic to my mom. She was amazed. It seems the "börek" you make is called "çarşaf böreği" here(regardless of the ingridients), because the dough is prepared with bare hands. Çarşaf means "bed sheet" in Turkey.
I asked her to cook some Turkish recipe for us forum readers and she said okay. She's excited and a bit indecisive as to what she should cook for us. But expect to see a new topic in this subforum soon :)