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Coriander is not known much..Only some local folks appreciate it, like the Southestern Anatolia people..But it occupies a very important place in Antakya cuisine, and let me share a secret with you: if there is no coriander in the famous Antakya dürümü (stuffed rolls), it is never an Antakya dürümü in the real sense! Sure, the paste of a local variety a red pepper shouldn't be ignored. Coriander, or Coriandrum sativum, is called 'kişniş' in Turkey: Kishnish. As far as I know, only its seeds are used. It has a unique and strong aroma. Maybe because of this, it is not so widely used as mayb
Hi - does anyone know of a cooking school in Istanbul, I did an internet search and came up with some foreign owned schools but they were generally 90 euros for one recipe and dinner. I am not keen on paying 90 euros to cook my own dinner. I am really looking for a woman or a man (shouldn't be sexist) who is willing to teach someone how to cook the Turkish way.