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Turkey's most famous coffee grinder manufacturer Sözener belonging to this product allows you öğütebilme your own coffee at home in the ideal size. The grinding size of this practical and affordable product can also be adjusted, so you can grind your coffee beans in sizes suitable for all brewing methods, from Turkish coffee to French Press. It has a capacity of 35 grams of ground coffee. It has a diameter of 4.5 cm and a height of 21.5 cm. The product is made of brass on the outside and steel on the inside. It should never be washed with water or any detergent.
These delicious tiny treasures, Manti or Mantu, dumplings with spiced ground meat and onion, is one of the all time favorite dishes in Turkey. In especially Anatolia, family members gather to prepare the dough and fill the tiny dough squares with the filling together; it is a bit of a labor of love, so it is great to get together for making it, and so worth the effort. The marriage of the melt-in-the-mouth dumplings with garlic yoghurt sauce and spice infused olive oil is simply irresistible. Tangy Sumac, red pepper flakes and dried mint infused in olive oil all add another layer of deliciousness and work greatly with garlic yoghurt as the sauce for manti.
All natural Turkish meatball mixture. No additives or GMOs used. Ingredients: Bread crumbs (wheat flour, salt, sweet paprika extract, yeast), cornstarch, iodized salt, vegetable oil (palm), dried ground red pepper, dried ground onion, dried ground garlic, black pepper, flavoring (celery). May contain trace amounts of eggs, milk and dairy products, mustard, soy, pine nuts, pistachios, hazelnuts, almonds and sesame.
A steaming bowl of Turkish soup or "çorba", accompanied by fresh, crusty bread is like a warm hug from mom. You wouldn't be able to think of better comfort food, especially during the cold, rainy days of winter. In Turkey, soup is served as the first course at both lunch and dinner and is also a common choice for breakfast in many Anatolian homes. During the holy month of Ramadan, the daily fast is always broken with soup, fresh bread, olives, and cheese—light fare that is easy on the stomach after a day of fasting.