Friday, November 27, 2009

Double Celebration


It has been a busy week. "Thanksgiving" and sacrifise holiday "Kurban Bayrami" of Turkish people are in the same week.
I love technology :) Then we can make video calls and talk to our families and relatives in Turkey.

Today, I will share a turkish recipe we all love with you.
Forest Kebab with Lamb(Kuzu etli Orman Kebabi)
1 1/2 pounds lamb (cubed lean boneless leg of lamb, cut into 1 inch cubes)
2 tbsp oil
1 onion (chopped)
2 cloves garlic
1 cup baby tomatoes
2 potatoes(peeled and cubed)
1 can peas
1/2 cup baby carrots
beef broth
black pepper, tyhme, salt.

Sautee lamp cubes in a casserole until water is evaporates. Add oil, onion, garlic and spicy. Sautee a few minutes more.
Add remaining ingredients and enough beef broth to almost cover.
Cover the casserole and cook 30-40 minutes.
I serve with rice. Yum!

Also I and my hubby are online shoppers today! I'm having a fresh cup of coffee now:) Maxwell House! Mmmmm..Oh, it 's really good :)

Happy Shopping!

20 comments:

  1. canim ben de yani seyi yazdim blogumda. hepsi cakisti degil mi? :) kuzu etine de bayilirim:)
    ellerine saglik ve mutlu bayramlar canim..

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  2. oh the one i like to read. i like pumpkin too much. as my mom cook i break out on it and eat it all.lol

    my blog: www.masoodownload.com

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  3. ONline shopping is the way to go! Much easier. : )
    Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  4. This recipe sounds so yummy, me tummy's shouting, me hungry yay ^_^

    What a lovely family you have girl, a good cook for a mom ^_^ I'm pretty sure your family's soooo proud of you ^_^

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  5. You know, I don't think I've ever eaten lamb! The recipe looks good!

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  6. Hello my friend, I hope both of your holidays were wonderful. Glad you enjoyed your coffee:)

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  7. Oh Yonca, I've been waiting for you to post a Turkish recipe! : )

    Hope you had a wonderful dual celebration!

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  8. oh THANK YOU! I am printing this out right now!!! Hope both your holidays were lovely.
    Cailin Marie

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  9. yummy yummy!! ooh i love it!!!

    following you on facebook!!!

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  10. Hi Yonca, I'm enjoying my own cup of java right now. I don't do much online shopping, I'd rather blog!!!

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  11. Have fun shopping! I hope you find lots of great deals! I, on the other hand, was a little disappointed. I was hoping to find lots of great deals, but didn't think they were all that great. Oh well, I really only need a couple more things before I can say I am done. :)

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  12. That recipe sounds delicious! I love to shop online too. I think the prices are definitely competitive!

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  13. Have fun shopping. I'm an online girl myself! Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

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  14. I've never had lamb before. This sounds interesting though.

    Hope you found some great bargains!

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  15. I don't take lamb but your recipe sounds really good!!

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  16. I don't eat lamb but this sounds really good. I wonder if I could substitute it with something else.

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  17. this sounds delish!!!! I'll have to try this out!

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  18. You and your fantastic recipes are going to be the death of me

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