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Old 9th May 2008, 16:51   #1 (permalink)
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Yogurt/chilli dips

Does anyone know what the dips are that you get in altinkum after ordering a pide?

One is yogurt and mint i think and the other has chilli, maybe parsley...

Also, on that note. You normally get some sort of flat bread which is really fresh - baked for you. Does anyone have a recipe for this or a name?

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Old 9th May 2008, 18:47   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Yogurt/chilli dips

The yoghurt and mint dip is called Haydari
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Re: Yogurt/chilli dips

the chilli dip we call " antep " and the yoghurt " cagik ""
Maybe there is another name for them ??
Sure Shirley will be able to tell us !!
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Re: Yogurt/chilli dips

meze..i love them

Cacik is actually more liquid than a dip..more like a soup with chopped courgettes and mint.

Hydari is thicker with garlic and cumın and mint

ezme means crushed.. acılı ezmesı is a hot one with crushed pepper finely chopped spring onions..
Although most restaurants have their own variations..and if the chef is from Eastern Turkey its more likely to be...phew...hot!!

another ezme is crushed toms onions and sometimes hot pepper flakes and parsley..some are very hot..others are mild...this is the one you will most likely be offered with lavaş..hot thin bread while waiting for your meal.

bu acı mı?..is this hot? handy words just in case..!!..

theres also a very hot meze called ceviz biber...its crushed walnuts with ground dried peppers..you can do it all in a mixer..and put the mix on a small plate and top it with nar ekşisi pomegranate molasses

now how long is the bus ride to Yalıkavak
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Re: Yogurt/chilli dips

Thanks everyone, especially Shirley. I am thinking of having a Turkish night over here in Northern Ireland so I'm going to try to re-create some of the great food we had in Altinkum.

This is a big help.

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Re: Yogurt/chilli dips

Found this cool site HERE

Some meze dishes GO HERE

Shirley, could you have a quick look at the second link to see if the recipes look authentic?

Thanks!!
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hi overture there are some really nice recipes there..one or two a bit ambitious but on the whole great site.
and have a look at this site..
www.turkishcookbook.com
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Re: Yogurt/chilli dips

Great site. Thanks.

Just made lavas there. They turned out great. 4 mins is all they need in the oven since they're so thin. All I need now is some acılı ezmesı to go with them.

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Re: Yogurt/chilli dips

hi
does anyone know the ingredients to the chilli turkish dip and the yogurt mixture served with rice and kebabs ?
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