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Old 20th January 2012, 21:56   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone have any tried and tested recipes for Acma.

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Old 20th January 2012, 22:46   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Acma

Try www.turkishcookbook.com
Binurs Turkish cooking it has most Turkish recipes
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Old 21st January 2012, 00:04   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks Pepperkat but I really wanted a recipe that a member had used and that they had good results with.
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Re: Acma

You should try the recipe in Binnurs cookbook, I have made lots of stuff following her recipes and almost everything comes out really well, I might give acmas a go myself
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Like Babs I have tried many recipes from Binurs Cookbook & found them to be delicious. Any recipe can be adjusted to suit your own preferences.
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I've used Binnur - my husband thinks my cooking is wonderful as does his family - theri biggest worry when we got married was that I wouldn't be able to cook Turkish food - Binnurs recipes have never let me down. if any friends or distant family members ask the question - "can she cook?" they all leap to my defence and start lisitng their favourite dishes - the askers do a lot nodding and there's a lot of well I nevers a yabanci that can cook type comments
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I so understand those comments Partypixie

Although not married to a turkish person, I do have a number of turkish friends who love to eat and are always surprised to get something they recognise as a Turkish dish. Makes it worth the effort.
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I've used Binnur - my husband thinks my cooking is wonderful as does his family - theri biggest worry when we got married was that I wouldn't be able to cook Turkish food - Binnurs recipes have never let me down. if any friends or distant family members ask the question - "can she cook?" they all leap to my defence and start lisitng their favourite dishes - the askers do a lot nodding and there's a lot of well I nevers a yabanci that can cook type comments
Some Turks have this strange idea that only Turks can cook. And they think that Italians for example ONLY eat pizza and pasta. Americans only "hamburgers". And English people.. nothing.
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