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Old 17th May 2018, 09:25   #1 (permalink)
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Oshmanish recipe?

Hi does anyone know recipe for a meat or
Chicken oshmanish ad would love to cook one in the uk...
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Old 17th May 2018, 13:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Oshmanish

Found this on the net;

I’m still eating up the turkey! I had half a bag of haricot beans and thought I would make a Turkey ‘Cassoulet’, not the real deal of course, but a warming dish for a cold winter’s day.

There is no real ‘recipe’ here because I made it up as I went along, but here is what I did. I soaked the beans overnight then boiled them for about half an hour until they were just soft but not mushy.

Here are the basic ingredients, two stalks of celery, three carrots, a smoked garlic sausage (I would have like a chorizo, but had to make do with this Polish sausage instead), an onion and garlic and the left over turkey and some bits of bacon that were cooked on the turkey breast.

Gently fry the onion and garlic until soft but not brown, add the sliced sausage and chopped bacon and cook until the juices run. Then add the celery and carrots and saute them for 5 minutes with the other ingredients.
Now add some spices. My SIL gave me some Turkish spice packs she had brought back from holiday and this was one of them ‘Osmanish Mix’. I Googled it but cannot find out what is in this mix so if anyone knows I would be interested to find out. It doesn’t seem to be chilli based as it is not hot. I put in 1 teaspoon of this mix and a teaspoon of paprika.
Mix that all in and cook for a couple of minutes. Add the beans and mix through, then add enough stock to cover the mixture and bring to a simmer.
I then put the casserole in the oven at 150C for about an hour. After it was cooked I added some freshly ground black pepper and a dessertspoon of redcurrant jelly.

Oh yes, and I had some brussel sprouts left over too (uncooked) so cooked them up and served them with the cassoulet.

What have you made with your left overs?

Original article and pictures here https://farmersgirlkitchen.co.uk/200...rkey-cassoule/
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Re: Oshmanish recipe?

Here is another one I found in Norwegian (translated via Google)

This is a Turkish dish - which I ate at the restaurant several years ago. The recipe is made based on what I tasted in court. Have not found the right recipe for this delicious dish here anywhere, just something called Osmanian casserole, that's not the same because there are no potatoes and carrots in this. The one I made also lacks the Ottoman spice mix that I read about on a website. But I was mixing a spice mix that tasted good for my taste buds, and it just tastes absolutely beautiful But I think I'm going to go for osmic spice mixing - someone who knows something about it ??

The form I made is enough for 2 people:

Start cutting 2 tomatoes into pieces, put into a saucepan with 2 cloves garlic cut into pieces, a little water, 2 tablespoons rapeseed oil and some tomato sauce, 1 teaspoon pepper, 1 teaspoon oregano, 1/2 teaspoon cumin, chilli powder and all-round spices. Salt for those who want it, but I try to spend a minimum of extra salt in my food and only use spice mixtures containing salt like allround etc ...

Boil the spicy sauce. Sprinkle onions, yellow and red peppers in pieces, small sham boys divided into 4, aubergines and squash in pieces and small cook under a lid for 45 minutes.

Fry 200 g beef strips in oil and pepper. Finally pour into a pan and pour in a refractory form and sprinkle with mozzarella cheese. Spice some extra with oregano and garlic pepper before baking it in the oven at 200 degrees for 25 minutes.

Served with a good salad and tzatziki. This dish tastes good with rice and Turkish bread too, for those who want it.

BON APETIT

Osmanish - en herlig biffrett med salat og tzatziki (Hanne's livsstilsblogg)
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Re: Oshmanish recipe?

MUSHTAQ has it right I think, had it once in Alanya its called Osmali Tava (Osmanish Pan).
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Re: Oshmanish recipe?

The best spice to use for ozmaniş is 7 spice... YedI baharah. Great in shepherds pie and any casseroles to. But only half a teaspoon when cooking for 4 people. It's superb.
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