I made this recipe for lunch. I left out the onion and steamed the vegetables instead of boiling them.
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I had some dressing (consisting of papaya, yoghurt, and lemon juice) left over from my salad, so I added maple syrup and used it as a fruit dip.
This has to be one of the prettiest salads I’ve ever made. The dressing was initially a little bland, probably because the papaya wasn’t a very good one. I perked it up with a squeeze of lemon juice and that made all the difference.
It’s an unusual way of enjoying a mix of fruits and vegetables.
I don’t think this really qualifies as cooking. I found that my local Turkish shop carried dried Kayseri mantı filled with tofu, so naturally I had to try it. I served it with haydari, paprika powder and paprika paste.
Of course it was not as delicious as fresh mantı, but I was pleasantly surprised by how well the non-traditional filling worked.
This is a yoghurt meze dish. It is one of the few dishes where I like fresh dill. I had a small piece of feta so I included it.
This dish consists of aubergines/eggplants cooked with tomatoes, mixed with yoghurt. It is good with a bit of bread on a hot day.