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Old 9th November 2017, 16:04   #11 (permalink)
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The Yanks mix Flour,butter,salt and water and call them Dumplings.You are quite right Shash,dumplings are made wıth Suet.Anybody know where to get it,in packet form,my wife is sick of me making it.
I think my packet came from Tesco uk. Maybe try Kippa if your in Turkey.
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Old 9th November 2017, 16:47   #12 (permalink)
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The Yanks mix Flour,butter,salt and water and call them Dumplings.You are quite right Shash,dumplings are made wıth Suet.Anybody know where to get it,in packet form,my wife is sick of me making it.
Try a butchers shop.
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https://youtu.be/l93IOeo-rEM

Linsey makes these Lahmachuns from Rick Steins book and in my opinion they are as good as any I've had in Turkey and I am partial to a couple or so with tomato and rocket salad.

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Thanks for posting, just for interest 'Lah' is Arabic for meat and 'Macun' is Turkish (not sure about Arabic, I only know a few words) for paste.
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Linsey makes these Lahmachuns from Rick Steins book and in my opinion they are as good as any I've had in Turkey and I am partial to a couple or so with tomato and rocket salad.

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Please tell us the recipe. I tried making some last year from some recipe on the net. They weren't too bad but I'd like to know the Turkish secret because they always taste better in Turkey. Maybe beautiful weather makes a difference .
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The Yanks mix Flour,butter,salt and water and call them Dumplings.You are quite right Shash,dumplings are made wıth Suet.Anybody know where to get it,in packet form,my wife is sick of me making it.
Yank dumplings are more like ribbon pasta than our doughballs,

A Yank waitress to me---Would you like a Dumpling Sir?

Me. please, I dont think I have ever been dumpled in public before.


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Please tell us the recipe. I tried making some last year from some recipe on the net. They weren't too bad but I'd like to know the Turkish secret because they always taste better in Turkey. Maybe beautiful weather makes a difference .
I will try to post it tomorrow, its 2 recipes, one for the dough and one for the topping, according to my chef the secret is an extremely hot oven and get the liquid out of the mix.

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I've just seen sumac in a local shop. Was wondering what the Turks use it for ?
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I've just seen sumac in a local shop. Was wondering what the Turks use it for ?
Sprinkle it on your sliced and/or diced uncooked onions - yummy
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