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    My favourite Turkish dishes so far....

    Karniyarik:


    Imambayildi:

    Iskender




    Pastirmali borek

    Dolma:

    Sarma:


    Manti


    Sucuklu Yumurta


    Beyti Kebab


    Pide


    Gozleme



    Sulu Kofte


    Tavuklu Kurufasulye


    Puf Boregi
    Quote Originally Posted by Pallantides View Post
    East Alpine
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    Either way, Alpino-East Meditteranid is predominant.
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    Alpine with minor East Med. I would agree.
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    You are an East Alpinid, with a liberal splish splash of Turkic blood
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    Pyknomorphic Eastern Alpine with Turanid influence

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    Kisir


    Sikma


    Zeytin yagli Fasulye

    Kuru kofte



    Eriste (too bad cheese is not visible)



    As for sweet dish:
    Asure


    Kunefe (I love the cheese filling as well as the kaymak on top of it)


    Kabak tatlisi


    Sekerpare


    Lokma (I love it, if it's warm)


    Tavukgogusu (you make it with real chicken meat)


    Kazandibi
    Quote Originally Posted by Pallantides View Post
    East Alpine
    Quote Originally Posted by exceeder View Post
    Either way, Alpino-East Meditteranid is predominant.
    Quote Originally Posted by Solin View Post
    Alpine with minor East Med. I would agree.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vrhbosnian Vanguard View Post
    You are an East Alpinid, with a liberal splish splash of Turkic blood
    Quote Originally Posted by Gospodine View Post
    Pyknomorphic Eastern Alpine with Turanid influence

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    Saksuka


    Patlican / Aubergine kebabi

    Mercimekli Kofte:


    Pogaca (my favourite is with potato filling)


    Karnibahar (cauliflower) koftesi (my mom makes also cacik, garlic+herbs+oliveoil yoghurt so we can dip karnibahar kofte into that dip):

    And for dipping cacik:


    Ispanakli borek:


    Pirasa Kavurmasi


    Cop Sis:


    Nohut


    Yogurtlu Ispanak salatasi


    Adana Kebab

    Aubergine Salad


    Kadinbudu kofte

    Quote Originally Posted by Pallantides View Post
    East Alpine
    Quote Originally Posted by exceeder View Post
    Either way, Alpino-East Meditteranid is predominant.
    Quote Originally Posted by Solin View Post
    Alpine with minor East Med. I would agree.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vrhbosnian Vanguard View Post
    You are an East Alpinid, with a liberal splish splash of Turkic blood
    Quote Originally Posted by Gospodine View Post
    Pyknomorphic Eastern Alpine with Turanid influence

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    Oh I am missing my mom's dishes so much! She does also gulboregi for us with chicken filling:


    ^Also I love having salad like this whenever I eat any sort of borek:


    I like also leek+cheese kol boregi:


    Again there has to be some sort of salad:


    Last time my mom did also borek with courgette and cheese filling and it was also nice:



    Also I can never say so no to piyaz:


    Patates salatasi:
    Quote Originally Posted by Pallantides View Post
    East Alpine
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    Either way, Alpino-East Meditteranid is predominant.
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    Alpine with minor East Med. I would agree.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vrhbosnian Vanguard View Post
    You are an East Alpinid, with a liberal splish splash of Turkic blood
    Quote Originally Posted by Gospodine View Post
    Pyknomorphic Eastern Alpine with Turanid influence

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    Evalla

    Most of those are well known and highly praised here too.

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    Sarma, but i am sure its Bulgarian

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    Some of those look REALLY good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post
    Sarma, but i am sure its Bulgarian
    Sarma is actually brought by the Ottomans from the Middle East to the Balkans. It's popular in Macedonia and Bulgaria.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hellenas View Post
    and also to lighter Scopjans and lighter Bulgarians(when not having Baltic in them). As I have said I don't know if Scopjans are Macedonians but they are racially very related, obviously, to native Macedonians as well as to ancient Macedonians.

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    Sarma is a favorite.


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    I love Burek (Borek), especially with cheese or meat. And it is very popular in Macedonia and throughout the Macedonian diaspora.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hellenas View Post
    and also to lighter Scopjans and lighter Bulgarians(when not having Baltic in them). As I have said I don't know if Scopjans are Macedonians but they are racially very related, obviously, to native Macedonians as well as to ancient Macedonians.

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