The stuffed grape leaves, oftentimes referred to as dolma, is an under appreciated member of the meze family. In favor of the ubiquitous hummus and pita or cucumber and yogurt salad, stuffed grape leaves tend to get passed over. In fact, one of my closest friends and my own mother find this Middle Eastern staple off-putting. I, too, remember a time when I shied away from stuffed grape leaves based solely on the fact that the dish involved the use of a leaf. (Then again, I was 9-years-old; I’m not sure what their excuse is.) Expecting a vegetal, grassy flavor, I was caught off-guard by the savory, sweet, and sour flavor packed inside of each tiny bundle.
The indispensable taste of the Turkish cuisine, dried stuffed peppers are on your tables, all four seasons. For those who in winter would like to fill and eat the peppers, dried in summer, Tamek offers practical dried stuffed peppers with a unique taste.
Turkish style roasted eggplant salad made is one of the favorite ways to use eggplant. It's traditionally eaten as a cold starter, or 'meze,' but it also works as an appetizer dip. Eggplant salad has only three main ingredients, but it's quite time-consuming to prepare. Tukas eggplant salad made with traditional ways without any other additional ingredients.