Delicious regional dishes of Alanya
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Yarpuzlu Akdari Chorbasy (Millet Soup with Swamp Mint)
A swamp cat, as a rule, grows, and it has a calming effect.
Şepit (flat bread)
Cooked on an iron stove over a fire, constantly rotated so that it cooks well and does not burn. Just before you do this, they put it on burning coals to give it a beautiful color. Then one side is spread with butter and poured, usually goat cheese is put on the other side, then rolled up, and it is ready for use.
Döğme Aşı (wheat porridge)
After the wheat has been cleaned properly, it will be constantly added to readiness. When a little oil is added, and it needs to be exploded in a hot video.
Laba (Stuffed Ribs)
So that the dish does not crumble. After cooking, the strings are removed, and stew is poured on top.
The dish is crushed into small pieces and stewed with oil and water. Served with squeezed lemon and black pepper.
İlibada Sarması (stuffed grape leaves)
Mixed with olive oil or butter, salt, tomatoes, tomato paste, red pepper and some seasonings mixed in a bowl. Made ready, and then put in a pan for cooking with a little water. Cooked over medium heat.
Kirtaki (Pumpkin Dessert)
Can be made from pumpkin, calabash or shell watermelon. After the shell is removed, it is split into pieces about 3-5 cm in size. Then the pieces are left to wait in water mixed with chalk or ash. After cleaning, they are placed on top of boiling grapes or carob syrup. When they are removed from the oven and left to cool. After cooling, the pieces are placed on a jug or mug and tightly closed.
Turunç Reçeli (Bitter Orange Jam)
For 8-10 bitter oranges, one kilogram of sugar is required. To get the juice, you need to wait all day. Then two glasses of water are added and the oranges are boiled with sugar. At high heat, the foam formed on top will be removed. One lemon will be dispensed over the mold jam to ensure sugar is formed. After there is still time, the jams are allowed to cool, and then distributed to the banks.
Zhigirdik (sesame croquettes)
Sesame is peeled and mixed with an equal amount of honey and fried in a pot. When it is cooked long enough, the pods should come off. Then it is laid out on a large plate with a spoon. After it has cooled. Grape syrup can also be used instead of honey. Sweets are usually prepared on cold winter days.