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Old 12th December 2014, 11:05   #1 (permalink)
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Bodrum Kebab

Over the years I've enjoyed something called a Bodrum Kebab made with chicken.
A simple dish, chicken in a lovely Tomatoey sauce, matchstick type chips and yoghurt.
Every time I try to recreate this the chicken and sauce just don't seem to be the same as out in Turkey.
Should I marinate the chicken first ( in what?) and what is the secret of the sauce?
Have tried googling but only get a list of Kebab shops.
Any ideas?
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Old 12th December 2014, 11:13   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Bodrum Kebab

Sounds like a Chicken Beyti, is it like this one, this recipe uses ground chicken though
Binnur's Turkish Cookbook: Chicken Beyti

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Re: Bodrum Kebab

This is the other one I thought of, although this one is with beef

Cokertme Kebab Recipe | Recipes (From Turkish Cuisine) In English

Cokertme Kebab is a Bodrum Kebab

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No it wasn't ground, just pieces of chicken but like the sound of that recipe. With a bit of chilli pepper slightly Mexican.
This dish is 3 layers. First the chicken and sauce, then matchstick chips ( I fried grated potato)and then yoghurt.
I fried the chicken pieces, added some chopped onion and some chopped tomatoes (tinned) but yuk, a bit like pieces of cardboard in tomato.
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This is the other one I thought of, although this one is with beef

Cokertme Kebab Recipe | Recipes (From Turkish Cuisine) In English

Cokertme Kebab is a Bodrum Kebab

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That's it. Perfect. The secret must be marinating it and garlic.
The beef one sounds probably better.
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Re: Bodrum Kebab

Generally in Turkey chicken is marinaded in salt and lemon juice for about half an hour, then add yoghurt (which has been mixed with garlic and salt), leave for about 24 hours (I also add kekik). Great on a Barbie. Afiyet olsun
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Re: Bodrum Kebab

Sounds like a Cokertme kebab, lovely grub, with either beef or chicken.
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