Ottoman spice recipes

Utterly Delicious:  Muhammara-Style Shakshouka

Utterly Delicious: Muhammara-Style Shakshouka

 Other scholars suggest that it originated in the Ottoman Empire, from where it spread throughout the Middle East and Spain, where it is served with spicy chorizo sausage
Algeria: Chorba Frik

Algeria: Chorba Frik

In the Ottoman army, soup was particularly important in the Janissary Corps where the çorbaci (literally “soup man”) was a military rank equivalent to colonel
Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Red Wine Sauce

Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Red Wine Sauce

Because of the several wars and civil wars that bashed Greece from after its liberation from the Ottoman Empire and onwards, the cultivation of vineyards was either neglected or stayed in a strictly local level
Macun: More than just candy

Macun: More than just candy

candy Egyptian Bazaar Istanbul Izmir Macun Manisa Ottoman Top Kapi Turkey GR. Apart from the old Saray as a symbolic spot to find the macun, another location to get some ready-packed is the Egyptian Bazaar, amongst tons of spices and herbs that appear like its natural surroundings

Za'atar Pizza/Man'oosheh/Lebanese Manooshe

The Ottoman Turks controlled Lebanon and introduced a variety of foods that have become staples in the Lebanese diet, including olive oil, fresh bread, baklava a sweet pastry dessert, laban (homemade yogurt), stuffed vegetables, and a variety of nuts
Georgian Baklava or Pakhlava

Georgian Baklava or Pakhlava

The name is Turkish in origin and the dish is believed to have originated during the Ottoman Empire. Baklava or Pakhlava is made of many layers of phyllo dough, spices such as cardamom or cinnamon and chopped nuts like pistachios

How to See Istanbul In One Day

And then I walked over to Topkapi Palace, where most of the Ottoman sultans lived. Then I checked out the Spice Market
Something Different:  A Culinary Symposium

Something Different: A Culinary Symposium

In the Ottoman Turk cooking class we made several dishes, all tasty. a taste of olive oil and spices. We could look at, sniff, and taste the spices to identify them
Food and Drink Bites from Dubai, November

Food and Drink Bites from Dubai, November

I believe Kaftan has the best Turkish food I have tasted in Dubai recently (Although it is some time since I have been to Lalezar or Ottomans), and although on the steeper side for an unlicensed venue, it’s overall good value, particularly when you factor in the stunning garden surrounds, and kind attentive service