A Turkish lunch of pideli köfte – meatballs (these ones were lightly flavoured with cumin) on cubes of pide bread. Accompanied by a drink rarely seen outside Turkey, Uludağ gazoz.
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2 comments for “Picture Postcards: Turkish lunch”
Amazingly I have the teenage son of one of my French-Moroccan friend at home for the week-end and he cooked these for us yesterday night. This is delicious!
What a coincidence! Do you know if they are called kofte in Morocco as well? In Paris I stayed in the Cite Universitaire for one year and they always served Moroccon food on Sundays. It was delicious.