Turkish Flavours

Posted on January 28th, 2012 by Jess Causley

Our neighbour Sevtap, from Beachwood, has written the most excellent cookbook, called Turkish Flavours. We bought it as soon as it came out, last week and has already tried out of few recipes.

Isabella and I made the Flatbread with Causley honey, fried in Bangalow butter. Tahlia and Emma helped as well. Turned out so good, we ate every last crumb in one sitting.























Emma made the beetroot dip, using Pistachio Dukkah. She was so proud!








Tahlia made the Capsicum dip, with cumin, pomegranate molasses and local olive oil.












For dinner I made Sevtap’s Turkish Chicken. Used Pa’s tomatoes, cinnamon sticks, pine nuts, currants and other yummies. It turned out so good.







The best one from the book so far is the Yoghurt and Raspberry cake. After having had the flu for a while I lost my appetite and a lot of weight. To my great happiness I managed to almost single handedly eat the whole cake in two days. So Tahlia had to make us another one, which turned out just as good. Both times the measurements hasn’t been perfect as Isabella, aged two, helped Tahlia a lot.


2 Responses to Turkish Flavours

  1. Shinae said on January 30, 2012:

    This is so cute! Bella is adorable.

  2. Lasagna Raso said on February 13, 2012:

    Great recipe, thank you for sharing. Cheers.

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