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Grape Sausage w/ Walnut (Malban - Churchkhela)

Saray     3.5oz.
$2.49
Extracted and aligned on a rope and then listen to high quality walnut interiors will be immersed in grape molasses. It is rich in protein, fat, B vitamins, phosphorus, and potassium. It is affected as a blood enhancer and nutritive for brain cells. It reduces the croner herat diseases and cancer risks. Perfect energy source. Churchkhela (also written churchkhella), is a traditional sausage-shaped candy originating from the Caucasus, mainly Georgia, and also common in Russia and Turkey. In Turkish it is called pestil cevizli sucuk, literally walnut sujuk because of its sausage shape. Churchkhela is made of walnuts sewn onto a string, dipped in thickened white grape juice and dried in the shape of a sausage. In Armenia, a popular substitute for churchkhela is fruit leather, called bastegh or t'tu lavash. These are thin roll-up sheets of sour plum puree, which explains why they are named the same as the sheets of the traditional Armenian bread lavash.

Sausage Delight w/ Pistachios

Keyifce     350g
$9.99
Premium sweet sausage delight filled with Antep pistachios.

Pomegranate Sausage Delight w/ Pistachios

Keyifce     350g
$9.99
Premium pomegranate sausage delight filled with Antep pistachios.

Rolled Delight w/ crushed pistachios (Pestil)

Keyifce     400g
$9.99
Premium sweet sausage delight filled with Antep pistachios.

Delight Sheets w/ crushed Pistachios (Pestil)

Keyifce     300g
$9.99
Premium sweet sausage delight filled with Antep pistachios.

Inegol Kofte (6 pc)

BTF Exclusive     8oz.
$6.99
Inegol Köftesi is the real deal for köfte, or meatballs. This Inegöl-style köfte – that’s the log format of the meatball, not the patty – is pleasantly springy, aromatic and juicy.

Adana Kebab (2pc)

BTF Exclusive     12oz.
$9.99
Adana kebabi (colloquially known as Kiyma kebabi) is a long, hand-minced lamb kebab mounted on a wide iron skewer and grilled on an open mangal filled with burning charcoal. The culinary item is named after Adana, the fifth largest city of Turkey and was originally known as the "Kiyma kebabi (lit: minced meat kebab) or Kiyma in Adana-Mersin and the southeastern provinces of Turkey.

Sultan Turkish Delight w/ Nuts

Hazer Baba     100g.
$2.99
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Dana Kavurma

BTF Exclusive     8oz.
$7.99
Ready to Eat. Heat and Serve. Traditional Taste.

Turkish Delight w/ Pistachios

Hazer Baba     100g.
$3.49

Mixed Mini Turkish Delight (Rose, Lemon & Mint)

Hazer Baba     100g.
$2.99

$50 Gift Card

Best Turkish Food    
$50.00
Our gift cards are very convenient way to give Turkish Foods to your loved ones. Let them choose whatever they like. All you need is their email address. And the promo code will be sent via email instantly after your purchase. Or if you prefer, we can send the physical card by regular mail.

Fig & Walnut Turkish Delight

Hazer Baba     100g.
$2.99

$100 Gift Card

Best Turkish Food    
$100.00
Our gift cards are very convenient way to give Turkish Foods to your loved ones. Let them choose whatever they like. All you need is their email address. And the promo code will be sent via email instantly after your purchase. Or if you prefer, we can send the physical card by regular mail.

$150 Gift Card

Best Turkish Food    
$150.00
Our gift cards are very convenient way to give Turkish Foods to your loved ones. Let them choose whatever they like. All you need is their email address. And the promo code will be sent via email instantly after your purchase. Or if you prefer, we can send the physical card by regular mail.

Real Fruits Turkish Delight Assortment

Hazer Baba     100g.
$2.49
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

$200 Gift Card

Best Turkish Food    
$200.00
Our gift cards are very convenient way to give Turkish Foods to your loved ones. Let them choose whatever they like. All you need is their email address. And the promo code will be sent via email instantly after your purchase. Or if you prefer, we can send the physical card by regular mail.

Bulgur Croquettes w/ Ground Beef 12 pcs (Icli Kofte - Kibbeh - Kubba)

Archie's     2lb.
$8.99
Cooked Bulgur Croquette w/ ground beef. All Hand Made, Ready to Eat. USDA Inspected Product 100% Halal Meat This traditional Kubba (Bulgur stuffed with Beef) comes without heavy taste of eastern spices. Just like the taste of Southern Turkey regions. It can be baked, boiled or deep fried. Preferably do not use microwave to warm it up. Label has cooking instructions.

Potato Croquettes w/ Ground Beef (12pcs)

Archie's     2lb.
$8.99
Fried Potato Balls filled with seasoned Ground Beef. All Hand Made, Ready to Eat USDA Inspected Product 100% Halal Meat Kibbeh or kibbe (also kubbeh, kebbah or kubbi) is an Middle Eastern dish, made of bulghur, minced onions and ground red meat, usually beef, lamb, or goat. The best-known variety is a torpedo-shaped fried croquette stuffed with minced beef or lamb. Other types of kibbeh may be shaped into balls or patties, and baked or cooked in broth. Kibbeh is a popular dish in Levantine cuisine. It is widespread in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Egypt (where it is called kebbah or koubeiba), Cyprus (where it is called koupes), Israel, the Palestinian territories,[3] the Arabian Peninsula, Turkey (where it is called içli köfte), and several Latin American nations which received part of the Lebanese and Syrian diaspora during the early 20th century, such as Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Honduras and Mexico.

Wafer Halva

Koska     45g.
$1.19
Out of stock

Cig Kofte (12-14pc)

BTF Exclusive     1lb
$7.99
12-14 pc of Cig Kofte with no meat, exclusively prepared for the best taste. Kept Frozen.

Saksuka (Baked Eggplant w/ Tomato & Garlic Sauce)

Stuffed Deluxe     12oz.
$2.99
ALL NATURAL & TRADITIONAL NO PRESERVATIVES NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS OR COLORS If you love anything with eggplant, you'll be sure to enjoy this flavorful Turkish appetizer, or 'meze,' called 'Saksuka' (shahk-SHOO-kah). 'Saksuka' is a vegetarian medley of chunks of eggplant, seasonal vegetables like zucchini squash, green and red peppers, onions, garlic and sometimes potato that are fried in olive oil and mixed with tomato sauce to make a thick, spreadable mixture. Before serving, 'saksuka' is topped with generous amounts of creamy, whipped, plain yogurt seasoned with garlic. It's a versatile dish you can make all year round with any vegetables that are in season, as long as the main ingredient remains eggplant. 'Saksuka' is delicious as a starter or side dish with grilled meats, and also makes a great topping for grilled hamburgers and chicken breast. It even works as a spread for melba toast or crackers. You can make 'Saksuka' as mild or as spicy as you like. Simply substitute sweet peppers with hot pepper varieties and add some hot pepper paste or hot pepper flakes to the tomato sauce before mixing it with the vegetables.

Saksuka (Baked Eggplant w/ Tomato & Garlic Sauce)

Stuffed Deluxe     4.4lb.
$12.99
ALL NATURAL & TRADITIONAL NO PRESERVATIVES NO ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS OR COLORS If you love anything with eggplant, you'll be sure to enjoy this flavorful Turkish appetizer, or 'meze,' called 'Saksuka' (shahk-SHOO-kah). 'Saksuka' is a vegetarian medley of chunks of eggplant, seasonal vegetables like zucchini squash, green and red peppers, onions, garlic and sometimes potato that are fried in olive oil and mixed with tomato sauce to make a thick, spreadable mixture. Before serving, 'saksuka' is topped with generous amounts of creamy, whipped, plain yogurt seasoned with garlic. It's a versatile dish you can make all year round with any vegetables that are in season, as long as the main ingredient remains eggplant. 'Saksuka' is delicious as a starter or side dish with grilled meats, and also makes a great topping for grilled hamburgers and chicken breast. It even works as a spread for melba toast or crackers. You can make 'Saksuka' as mild or as spicy as you like. Simply substitute sweet peppers with hot pepper varieties and add some hot pepper paste or hot pepper flakes to the tomato sauce before mixing it with the vegetables.

Hazelnut Paste w/ sugar (70% Hazelnuts)

FiskoBirlik     320g.
$14.99
Out of stock
Healthy alternative to peanut butter. Made with most famous Turkish Hazelnuts. Especially for active sportsmen, kids and adults who needs additional energy.

Homemade Lentil Soup

BTF Exclusive     1lb.
$4.99
Out of stock
This hommemade Iskembe soup has been prepared to satisfy your cravings with the most quality ingredients. It serves 1 person and kept frozen to preserve freshness. Suggested Serving: Add lemon juice and salt to make it rich on taste.

Homemade Kelle Paca Soup

BTF Exclusive     1lb.
$12.99
This hommemade Kelle Paca soup has been prepared to satisfy your cravings with the most quality ingredients. It serves 1 person and kept frozen to preserve freshness. Suggested Serving: Add garlic, grape vinegar, lemon juice and salt to make it rich on taste.

Homemade Iskembe Soup

BTF Exclusive     1lb.
$9.99
This hommemade Iskembe soup has been prepared to satisfy your cravings with the most quality ingredients. It serves 1 person and kept frozen to preserve freshness. Suggested Serving: Add garlic, grape vinegar, lemon juice and salt to make it rich on taste.

Dried Carob (Keci Boynuzu)

MEK NATURE     300g.
$4.99
Widely produced in Turkey. It is beneficial for lungs and mental health and increases libido.

Mastic Drops (Chios Mastiha)

Saray     1g.
$0.99
Natural mastic gum imported from Greece. Mastiha starts as a semi-transparent sap from lentisk trees (actually evergreen bushes) found only in certain areas of the Greek island of Chios. As resinous granules, it was the original chewing gum, and the name "mastiha" is the root word of "masticate," meaning "to chew." At the market, look for "mastiha," "mastihi," or "mastic tears" and it might also be available in powdered form. Mastiha is used as a spice in sweets and cooking, as a flavoring for liqueurs, and in soap-making, cosmetics, and toothpaste, among others. Recent evidence of its positive effect on ulcers has resulted in a boom in purchases by large pharmaceutical companies.

Mediterranean Style Beef Tortellini (Manti)

Ohanyan's     1lb.
$8.99
In modern Turkish cuisine, Manti is typically served topped with yoghurt and garlic, and spiced with red pepper powder and melted butter, and topped with ground sumac and/or dried mint by the consumer.

Mixed Turkish Delight (Rose, Lemon & Mint)

Hazer Baba     454g.
$7.49
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?

Plain Halva

Koska     400g.
$6.99
Out of stock

Poppy Seed Paste

Hel-San     300g.
$5.99
Out of stock
This specialty is widely used for traditional pastries. All Natural, Nothing Added. Fillings in pastries are sometimes made of finely ground poppy seeds mixed with butter or milk and sugar. The ground filling is used in poppy seed rolls and some croissants and may be flavored with lemon or orange zest, rum and vanilla with raisins, heavy cream, cinnamon, and chopped blanched almonds or walnuts added. For sweet baked goods, sometimes instead of sugar a tablespoon of jam, or other sweet binding agent, like syrup is substituted. The poppy seed for fillings are best when they are finely and freshly ground because this will make a big difference in the pastry fillings texture and taste. Some recipes for Mohnstriezel use poppy seed soaked in water for two hours[11] or boiled in milk. A recipe for Ukrainian poppyseed cake recommends preparing the seeds by immersing in boiling water, straining and soaking in milk overnight.[12] Poppy seeds can be ground using a generic tool such as a mortar and pestle or a small domestic type electric blade grinder, or a special purpose poppy seed grinder. A poppy seed grinder (mill) is a type of burr grinder with a set aperture that is too narrow for intact poppy seeds to pass through. A burr grinder produces a more uniform and less oily paste than these other tools. Poppy seed paste is available commercially, in cans. Poppy seeds are very high in oil, so commercial pastes normally contain sugar, water, and an emulsifier such as soy lecithin to keep the paste from separating. Commercial pastes also contain food preservatives to keep them from becoming rancid. In the United States, commercial pastes are marketed under brand names including Solo and American Almond. Per 30 gram serving, the American Almond poppy seed paste has 120 calories, 4.5 grams fat, and 2 grams protein. Poppy seeds can also be used like sesame seeds to make a bar of candy. The bars are made from boiled seeds mixed with sugar or with honey. This is especially common in the Balkans, Greece and even in the cuisines of former Austro-Hungarian countries

Cocoa Halva

Koska     400g.
$6.99
Out of stock

Lahmajune (Turkish Pizza) 10 pc

Kupelian     2.75lb.
$16.99
Out of stock
Heat and Serve. All Natural Ingredients. No Coloring used. Traditional taste.

Turkish Delight w/ Rose Petals

Hazer Baba     454g.
$7.99
Out of stock
History of Turkish delight dates back to 500 years; making Turkish Delight one of the oldest sweets in the world. Legend has it that in his endeavor to cope with all his wives, Sultan summoned all his confectionery experts and ordered them to produce a unique dessert to add to the collection of secret recipes for which he was famous. As a result of extensive research "Lokum" better known as "Turkish Delight" throughout the world was born. The sultan found it so tasty and stimulating that he and all successive Sultans always insisted on a plate of Turkish Delight with their daily feasts. The quality and taste of Turkish Delight became traditional and famous over hundreds of years and is now available for your enjoyment in its original recipe. These gummy, sugar brushed cubes can be filled with anything from fruit flavoring to pistachios, and have been a part of Turkish culture for centuries. Fashionable ladies gave Turkish Delight to friends in lace handkerchiefs, and Turkish families always serve lokum on holidays and birthdays. Since it remains fresh for one year, stored at room temperature, most households keep some on hand.It is said that Picasso used to eat Turkish Delight on daily basis for concentration on his work while Winston Churchill and Napoleon's favorite was pistachio filling. Which one is yours?