Turkish Kitchen – Not Only Kebab!
It sees that the Turks, like the Italians have a knack for combining different ingredients, spices and flavors – Turkish cuisine is full of imagination, resulting from the ease with which cooking is treated there.
First of all fantasy
Although it is full of names almost impossible to correctly pronounce by an average European, it certainly encourages by it's diversity. Enough to mention that for breakfast it suggests confusion oil, sheep's cheese, tomatoes and bread, or even baked in eggplant tomatoes, onions and garlic. What, at first glance, may seem exotic is the way to eat it. Turkish cuisine and its traditions, recommends eating meals with the fingers. This encourages the celebration of food, while the rush is definitely unwelcome.
Facts and myths
Contrary to popular belief, Turkish cuisine has to offer, really a lot of meat dishes. You can even venture to say that it is largely based on the dishes in which one component is the meat. Of course, as recommended by the Koran, which clearly forbids the consumption of pork, avoids this kind of meat, but there is very popular, for example, mutton, fish and seafood. An excellent example is kebab, through which it's famous in almost the whole world, and which somehow became it's ambassador.
Turkish cuisine and five o'clock
Although the British love of tea is well known in the world, it would be fair to say that the proverbial, Turkish cuisine also has something to say on the matter. Served in small tulip-shaped glasses, very sweet and hot tea definitely aspires to have a nomination of national drink.