Fatima Sana Shaikh, known for her flawless beauty and terrific acting skills, seemed to have enjoyed her meal to the core today. Reason? She tried her hands on a popular Turkish dish. Can you guess what? Turkish eggs. At least that's what it looks like. Well, the actress was just so happy that she couldn't help but share a glimpse of her gastronomic adventure with fans on social media. Yes, her Instagram Stories featured the yummy dish. Traditionally, Turkish eggs include perfectly poached eggs served with an appetising garlicky Greek yoghurt. It's drizzled with some greens and sauces. The actress wrote, “Uffff.”
If Fatima Sana Shaikh's latest indulgence inspired you to try other dishes from Turkish cuisine, you've come to the right place. We have curated a list of about five amazing Turkish dishes that can be easily prepared at home. Look at the recipes below:
Minced lamb meat koftas dipped in a wholesome gravy taste yummy. If you are not convinced, try and see it yourself. This amazing Turkish dish will help you relish koftas with a scrumptious makeover. Try it out. Recipe here.
2) Turkish Yoghurt Mezze
Have you tried this tasty yoghurt delight before? It's one of the most popular and traditional dips from Turkey. Usually, combined with mouth-watering appetisers, this Turkish yoghurt mezze gets ready in just five minutes. What else do you need? Find the recipe here.
3) Turkish Lamb Kebabs
If you want to enjoy delectable kebabs the traditional way, this is a recipe worth trying. To make this, first, prepare a nice mixture of minced lamb, and other spices. Now, make kebabs and place them on a skewer for further grilling. Click here for the recipe.
How can you talk about Turkish food and not mention baklava? It's one of the most delicious sweets you'll come across. Because of its perfect crunch, texture and overall taste, the sweet dish has become popular in many different parts of the world. Recipe here.
5) Turkish Tulumba
Now, this is something unique. Right? Turkish tulumba is like a westernised version of the popular Indian delicacy shakkar para. Yes, even this is steeped in lots of chashni and rose water. You can find the recipe here.
What are your thoughts on Turkish delicacies? Will you try them at home?