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Turkish Spices


Ken Grubb
Turkish for Spices and Condiments
English Turkish Pronunciation
Basil Fesleğen Fes-leh-ehn
Bay Leaf Defne Yaprağı Def-neh Yap-rah-ooh
Cilantro
Coriander
Kişniş Keesh-neesh
Cinnamon Tarçin Tahr-cheen
Cinnamon Stick Çubuk Tarçin Choo-book Tahr-cheen
Cummin Kimyon Keem-yohn
Curry Köri Koo-ree
Dill Dereotu Deh-reh-o-too
Garlic Sarımsak Sah-room-sahk
Ginger Zencefil Zen-jeh-feel
Ketchup Ketçap Keht-chahp
Mayonnaise Mayonez My-o-nez
Mustard Hardal Hahr-dahl
Mint Nane Nah-neh
Nettle Isırganotu Oos-oor-gah-no-too
Onion Powder Soğan Tozu So-ahn Toe-zoo
Paprika Paprika Pah-pree-kah
Parsley Maydanoz My-dah-nose
Saffron  Safran Sah-frahn
Sumac Sumak Soo-Mack
Thyme Kekik Keh-keek
General Spice Types
English Turkish Pronunciation
Dried Kurutulmuş Koo-roo-tool-moosh
Dry Kuru Koo-roo
Ground Öğütülmüş Uh-ool-tool-mush
Organic Organik Or-gah-neek
Powder Toz tohz
Ken Grubb, author.

As a special investigator for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and teacher for the University of Maryland, Ken Grubb has lived and worked in Turkey since 1997. He now lives in Antalya, where he researches and writes guides to help others live skillfully in Turkey.


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