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Turkish cuisine is famous for its endless varieties of delicious layered pies and pastries, called 'börek'. 'Börek' is made with layers of yufka or phyllo. It comes in many shapes and sizes and is filled with everything from meat, cheese, spinach, and even spiced-up mashed potato. Most Turkish folks eat 'börek' several times a week. That's why you'll find 'börek' in every home, pastry shop and bakery. Families often pass recipes and 'börek'-making skills down through generations, and everyone adds their own touch. What gives its name is one of the steps of the recipe instructions. Homemade phyllo sheets are cooked in simmering water and then stuffed and baked. That's why it's called su boregi (Water Borek).
$11.99
Turkish cuisine is famous for its endless varieties of delicious layered pies and pastries, called 'börek'. 'Börek' is made with layers of yufka or phyllo. It comes in many shapes and sizes and is filled with everything from meat, cheese, spinach, and even spiced-up mashed potato. Most Turkish folks eat 'börek' several times a week. That's why you'll find 'börek' in every home, pastry shop and bakery. Families often pass recipes and 'börek'-making skills down through generations, and everyone adds their own touch. What gives its name is one of the steps of the recipe instructions. Homemade phyllo sheets are cooked in simmering water and then stuffed and baked. That's why it's called su boregi (Water Borek).
$11.99
Flour, village eggs, cow's milk, salt and local olive oil are used for producing homemade natural noodle. The obtained dough is then rolled out and takes the form of layers. The dough, which is kept in this way for a while, is then put on top of each other and cut. The noodles, which are left to be dried in the sun after cutting, are put into jars not to be airtight after they harden enough. No additives are used in the production of natural village noodles. It is prepared completely without additives and as homemade.
$3.99
Sigara boregi is a Turkish cigar shaped savory pastry made with feta cheese and phyllo dough. This fried pastry is perfect with coffee or a glass of wine, but can be eaten as an appetizer or side dish. It's commonly found on a mezze (appetizer) platter.
$7.99
Baklava is a layered pastry dessert made of filo pastry, filled with chopped nuts, and sweetened with syrup or honey. It was one of the most popular sweet pastries of Ottoman cuisine.
$12.99
Kadayif is a fine shredded filo pastry dessert made of chopped nuts, and sweetened with syrup or honey. It was one of the most popular sweet pastries of Ottoman cuisine.
$12.99