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Old 14th July 2008, 19:53   #1 (permalink)
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Recipe for Saksuka

Anyone know of a simple but tasty recipe for making Saksuka? (Aubergine dish)

Any help would be great.

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Old 14th July 2008, 20:20   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Recipe for Saksuka

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here you are..and the recipe translation is a freebie!

Malzemeler..ingredients

* 2 büyük patlıcan 2 big aubergines
* 300 gr. dolmalık biber 300 grams of bell pepper
* 100 gr. acı sivri biber 100 grams of hot long peppers
* 1 yumurta..1 egg
* ½ kg. domates....half kilo tomatoes
* 1 çay bardağı zeytinyağ..a tea glass of olive oil.



Yapılışı..method
cut all the peppers into tiny peices and fry in the oil
Biberlerin hepsi küçük küçük doğranır, zeytinyağında kavrulur,

patlıcan küçük kuşbaşı doğranıp biberin içine atılır.
cut the aubergine into very small pieces too and add to the peppers in the pan

Kavrulur, domates rendelenip ilave edilir. grate the tomatoes and add to the pan

.10 dakika döndürülür, stir for 10 minutes

ineceğine yakın yumurta ilave edilip devamlı karıştırılarak iki dakika sonra indirilir. Soğuk veya sıcak olarak yenebilir.
before its ready to take out add the beaten egg and continue to stir for 2 more minutes.
you can eat it hot or cold


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Old 14th July 2008, 20:38   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Recipe for Saksuka

Thanks Shirleyanntr for the recipe and for the translation.

How many people would this serve?

Looking forward to trying it out.

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http://almostturkish.blogspot.com/ is a good site for a stack of nice Turkish recipes too in case you get an itch to be in the kitchen one evening...
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Re: Recipe for Saksuka

heh..i dont know how many that would serve....quite a few as a meze.

have you come across this salad..its eaten a lot in Eastern Turkey with Et Mangal/BBQ
Yusuf calls it zerzevat..but i think thats a local name..anyway heres the recipe
slice 2 big onions very very thinly..into half moon shapes...if you get my meaning..and these are really paper thin slices.
chop a large bunch of parsley
add a tablespoon ...more or less..of sumak..sumac...its a lemony tasting spice..
this is simple and really good with bbq meat.
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Re: Recipe for Saksuka

Hi Shirley as you are doing recipes, do you have one for menemen? We had it for breakfast when we were over a couple of weeks ago and loved it! Seems quite simple ( the best recipes normally are!) but wonderded what herbs or spices were used.

Hope you can help as would love to recreate for a Sunday brunch!

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Shirleyanntr:
Thanks for your tip on the salad and recipe for Saksukar - never tried this salad before.

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Re: Recipe for Saksuka

menemen is very simple
depending on for how many
for 3 or 4 i use
about 3 long green peppers
4 big toms
a large onion finely chopped
about 4 eggs
salt pepper
oil or butter for frying
long green peppers ..you can leave the seeds in if you want it a bit hot..
fry the peppers and onions first as they take longer
then add peeled and finely chopped toms
when the tom onions and peppers are soft add the eggs...dont beat them first, stir them into the mix...and dont overcook..you want a soft mix.
no spices..and alter the ingredients for how many you are.....or how hungry !
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Re: Recipe for Saksuka

Thanks Shirley. I will give it a go this weekend as its my weekend off and let you know the results!!!
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This thread cheered me up as I just got back and am missing the lovely food already. I have copied and pasted your recipes and translations,
Many many thanks
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