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“Knock on my door” became a real hit, thousands of women around the world enthusiastically followed the difficult relationship between Serkan Bolat and Eda Yildiz. In addition to amazingly beautiful actors and no less enchanting landscapes, you can find traditional recipes of Turkish cuisine in the show.
Usually these delicacies are not served in hotels, but in the kitchens of real housewives they are prepared all the time.
Serkan Bolat is a real hypochondriac, he watches his diet to stay young and healthy, so the main part of his menu is vegetables. Kashik salad, traditional for Turkey, appears several times on the table of heroes.
To make it you will need:
Multicolored tomatoes – 300 grams
bunch of parsley
Red onion – 1 large head
Cucumber – 200 grams
It seems that this is an ordinary vegetable salad, but the highlight here is in the cutting: the vegetables must be chopped into small cubes, like on Olivier. Turkish housewives advise to take tomatoes of different types – yellow, pink, red, semi-green, any.
Cut the onion as small as possible, parsley too, then mix the greens, olive oil, hot pepper and lemon juice. Dress up the salad. Kashik is ready!
This dish was at the reception at Serkan’s house, everyone will surely like it because the ingredients are quite simple.
Required for cooking
Shrimp – 400 grams
Tomato juice – 150 grams
Champignons – 200 grams
Garlic – 2-3 cloves
Fry the onion and garlic until transparent, then send the cubes of paprika to the vegetables, simmer for about 7 minutes. Add mushrooms to the vegetables and simmer them together for another 10 minutes, send the diced tomatoes for frying and pour in the tomato juice.
Add shrimps and simmer for 5 minutes, transfer everything to earthenware, sprinkle with grated cheese and simmer for another 15 minutes.
For the French, the morning starts with a croissant, while in Turkey it starts with a cup of coffee and a simmit bagel.
Required for cooking
Wheat flour 2.5 cups
Yeast 20 grams
Olive oil 1 tablespoon
Sugar 1 tablespoon
Water 1 glass
Sesame 50 grams
Molasses 1 Art. spoon (or honey)
Stir the yeast in half a glass of warm water together with salt and sugar, add 2 tablespoons of flour, mix again. Put the dough in a warm place for 15 minutes, then add vegetable oil, sift the flour.
Knead the dough with your hands for about 10 minutes, it should be soft but dense enough. Grease the form with butter, put the dough in it and, covered with a film, leave for an hour and a half.
Fry the sesame seeds in a pan without oil until light golden brown. Watch the process carefully so as not to overcook the sesame seeds. Dissolve honey or molasses in a glass of water, the solution should be very sweet.
Divide the dough into equal pieces, ideally each should weigh about 120 grams. Roll each piece of dough into a thin rope about 80 cm long, fold the rope in half and twist it into a rope, leaving a “loop” on one side. Insert the loose ends into the loop and fasten them together, closing the circle.
Dip the finished bagel in a sweet solution, then roll in sesame seeds. Put the bagels on a baking sheet and let them stand for 20 minutes, then put them in the oven, bake for 20 minutes at 200 degrees.