Lahmacun looks like a thin cheese-less pizza but it’s actually a type of Turkish wrap.
Borek refers to Turkish pastries made with thin, flaky dough filled with meat, cheese, or vegetables.
Durum means “roll” and refers to wraps commonly filled with doner kebab ingredients.
Kofte refers to a family of meatball or meatloaf dishes made with minced or ground meat.
Testi kebap is an Anatolian speciality of stewed meat cooked in a clay pot or jug.
Midye dolmas is a popular Turkish street food snack made with stuffed mussels.
Pide refers to a type of boat-shaped flat bread baked in a brick or stone oven.
Kunefe refers to a cheese-filled dessert made with kadayif dough soaked in sweet syrup.
Lokum or Turkish delight refers to a family of flavored gelatinous confections.
Salep refers to a hot Turkish drink made from orchid tubers and dusted with cinnamon.