What do Turkish people eat?

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asked Apr 23, 2022 in Other-Food Drink by 88ladyf (890 points)
What do Turkish people eat?

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answered Apr 28, 2022 by Skeethansen (3,210 points)
Foods and dishes that Turkish people eat include.

Baklava. Dating back to the Ottoman Empire, baklava is one of the most iconic Turkish dishes and a must for anyone with a sweet tooth.
Şiş kebap. 'Kebab' is an umbrella term that encompasses a variety of street eats, but the most famous is the skewered şiş kebap.
Döner.
Köfte.
Pide.
Kumpir.
Meze.

Frequently used ingredients in Turkish specialties include: lamb, chicken, beef, fish, rice, eggplants, green peppers, onions, garlic, lentils, beans, zucchinis.

The religion in Turkey before Islam was Christianity.

Peter settled in Antioch and build the first Christian church carved in a cave.

St. Philip settled in Hierapolis but was murdered together his family by the Romans.

Christianity was declared as the official religion in 380 AD, during the reign of Theodosius I, and destruction of pagan temples was legalized.

Anatolian religion, beliefs and practices of the ancient peoples and civilizations of Turkey and Armenia, including the Hittites, Hattians, Luwians, Hurrians, Assyrian colonists, Urartians, and Phrygians.

The ethnicity of Turkish people is Middle Asian people.

Turkish People are middle Asian.

Erdogan is the religion of Islam since Turkey is Islam Religion.

Erdoğan is a member of the Community of İskenderpaşa, a Turkish Sufistic community of Naqshbandi tariqah.

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is a Turkish politician serving as the 12th and current president of Turkey since 2014.

He previously served as prime minister of Turkey from 2003 to 2014 and as mayor of Istanbul from 1994 to 1998.

Erdoğan married Emine Gülbaran (b. 1955, Siirt) on 4 July 1978.

They have two sons, Ahmet Burak (b. 1979) and Necmettin Bilal (b.

The presidency of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan began when Recep Tayyip Erdoğan took the oath of office on 28 August 2014 and became the 12th president of Turkey.

Turkey is a transcontinental country spanning across Europe and Asia.

Turkey has territory in both Europe and Asia, though the vast majority of its territory is considered part of Asia.

There's an ongoing high threat of terrorist attacks in Turkey.

Possible targets include tourist areas, transport networks, shopping malls, hotels and entertainment precincts.

Be alert to possible threats, especially in public places or mass gatherings.

Stay safe and be vigilant in large crowds.
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answered May 11, 2022 by Katerina (140 points)

Turkish cooking techniques are very famous in the world. Someone once said that there are three countries in the world that pay the most attention to eating, the first is China, the second is France, and the third is Turkey.


They especially love to eat lamb, especially sheep brain marrow, which is the most precious, and they think that sheep brain marrow is a superior tonic. They have a strong preference for eggplants in vegetables. Therefore, there can be as many as hundreds of dishes for cooking eggplant.
In the minds of the Turkish people, “roast lamb” is extremely popular. "While turning the roast lamb, I cut off some slices of meat from the periphery and spread it on the flatbread to eat. I think it will be tender and crispy. The flavor is beautiful.
They like to eat rice very much, but they mainly use rice not as a staple food, but as a vegetable with lamb soup (that is, lamb rice soup).
They also like various sweet foods made with flour, milk, sugar and hazelnuts. According to their dining habits, this is the last course of the meal.


The Turkish people have the following characteristics in their eating habits:
① Attention: The chef pays attention to the freshness, crispness and tenderness of the dishes, and pays attention to cooking techniques and quality.
② Taste: The general taste of the Turk does not like to be too salty, and he likes to taste sweet.
③ Staple food: The Turk eats noodles as the main food, likes to eat flatbread, and also likes snacks or rice.
④ Side food: They like lamb, beef, chicken, fish, and eggs; vegetables like eggplant, carrots, green peppers, onions, cucumbers, potatoes, cabbage, tomatoes, etc.; I like olive oil, corn oil, garlic, sugar, pepper, etc. for seasoning.
⑤Preparation method: Preference for dishes made by frying, frying, roasting and other cooking methods.
⑥Chinese food: They love Chinese Halal food.
⑦Recipe: They really appreciate assorted big fights, roasted whole sheep, chestnut roasted cabbage, barbecue, casserole lamb's head, mushroom grilled eggplant, Peking duck, mint fresh peach, hand-caught lamb, tomato beef steak, roasted wheat white, crispy chicken and other flavor dishes.
⑧Water and wine: They like to drink cold boiled water, mineral water, milk, coffee, orange juice, and some people drink wine and beer; they are used to drinking black tea every day.
⑨Fruits and desserts: They like to eat candy; they also like bananas, apples, figs, lychees, pomegranates, grapes, watermelons, etc. in fruits; dried fruits like walnuts, hazelnuts, pine nuts, raisins, etc.

You can find some Turkish restaurants in Yummyadvisor.

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answered Jan 16, 2023 by Kroverl (2,960 points)

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