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Old 2nd September 2005, 19:21   #1 (permalink)
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Susamli Ekmek

By mistake I have bought "Sutlu - Susamli Ekmek" thinking it was something else. Anyway, now I have it, it seems very dry and tasteless. I take it to include sesame seeds although I can't see them. It looks like a slab of cake, not bread.
Is there something special about this or is it eaten in any particular way, with anything? I suspect it is going to the birds unless someone enlightens me.

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Re: Susamli Ekmek

ahh ..did the birds leave it ..i bet they did
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Re: Susamli Ekmek

My wifes mother makes this and she normally serves it for breakfast.

Theres a speciality mix she makes that is spread on the bread. For the life of me I cant remember its Turkish name. I know the ingredients but its not as easy as it sounds to make properly.

The main ingredients are:

Tomato Paste
Red Pepper Paste (V Hot)
Crushed Garlic
Crushed Walnuts
Olive Oil
Parsley

I have probably forgotten something but anyone who uses the forum and has Turkish roots will be able to identify the name of this recipe. Its absolutely gorgeous the way my mother-in-law makes it and it keeps for months in an air tight container.

Merv!

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