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Apio (Celery)

Posted by: jrt
Sephardic recipe makes a nice side dish and was popular in Turkey on Passover. This recipe may have ... more


Posted by: eliec
My mother used to make these often and they never lasted very long. We used to eat them as snacks or ... more

Ginger Coffee

Posted by: jrt
This Yemenite coffee is called Qishr and is prepared similar to Turkish coffee. ... more

Leek and Beef Patties

Posted by: jrt
These patties are Turkish in origin and are tasty with or without the sauce. ... more


Posted by: jrt
Greek dish that made it's way to Israel via Turkish immigrants. ... more

Mustachudo (Nut Cookie)

Posted by: jrt
This nut cookie comes from Turkey and Greece and is a great choice for Passover. This recipe is pret ... more

Passover Walnut Cake (Tishpishti)

Posted by: jrt
This recipe, a tradition from Sephardic Turkey, is best made ahead of time to allow the syrup time t ... more

Pasteles with Feta Cheese Filling

Posted by: jrt
Pasteles originated in Spain among the Sephardic Jews and moved with them to North Africa, Turkey an ... more

Prasa Fuchies (Leek Patties)

Posted by: jrt
These patties, known as Prasa Fuchies, are popular among Turkish Jews at Rosh Hashana. ... more

Spinach Quiche

Posted by: jrt
This preparation is atypical of most quiches, but the name is really a translation of the original ( ... more

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