Today is the day of the grand Turkish breakfast! We thought since we don't have it on the channel and you guys have been asking us forever to do it the Refika way, it's the right time to present you guys

with the bits and details for a perfect Sunday breakfast for you and your loved ones, the way we do it. From a selection of perfect cheese to our beloved börek, to a massive assortment of jams, to sucuk and olives... and of course Turkish tea, we have a complete package for you this Saturday afternoon. Don't forget to watch the entire video for tips and tricks, and don't forget to leave us a comment and tell us how your grand Turkish breakfast table has turned out! 😍
#TurkishTea #TurkishBreakfast #TürkKahvaltısı #SerpmeKahvaltı Green Olives 1 cup green olives ½ lemon , thinly sliced 1 clove of garlic ½ teaspoon coriander seeds 6 tablespoons olive oil • Crush the coriander seeds and the garlic. Mix them with the olives and the lemon slices. Squeeze some lemon and add in the olive oil. You can store this beauty up to one week and it will get tastier every day. Black Olives 1 cup black olive 1 teaspoon oregano 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes 4 tablespoons olive oil • Mix the olives with the oregano, red pepper flakes and olive oil in a bowl. Voila! Ready to enjoy. Tomato and cucumber salad 2 tomatoes, chopped 2 sprigs of thyme, leaves picked 1 teaspoon nigella seeds 3 tablespoons olive oil Salt, to taste 2 small cucumbers, chopped 2 kumquats, sliced (alternatively, clementine or lemon) Salt, to taste Olive oil • Put all the ingredients in a dish and give them a good mix. This is a simple but the perfect salad to dip your bread in. When it is off season, you can use pepper paste with a drizzle of olive oil instead of tomatoes. • Another common fresh vegetable for breakfast is cucumber. Mix the cucumber with kumquat. Sprinkle some salt to your taste and finish with a drizzle of olive oil. Turkish Breakfast Cheese Plate To make the ultimate Turkish breakfast cheese platter, we chose four popular types of cheese- and of course our favourites- from among the many varieties of Turkish cheese. White cheese is also known as feta. It can be young or aged but usually younger cheese is preferred for breakfast and it is the one of the essentials of the Turkish breakfast. Dil peyniri (string cheese). It’s a fresh cheese that tastes like you are eating milk with bites! The taste is close to mozzarella. Bergama Tulumu is the parmesan of Turkey. More aged than white cheese, it has a more creamy texture. Can be mild and slightly sweet to strong. Kaşar cheese is the one of the most popular cheeses in Turkey. There are two types of Kaşar cheese, fresh and aged. Both types are eaten at breakfast. Fresh kaşar has a milky, mild taste and it gets stronger by aging. • To prepare the cheese plate, make different cuts for different cheeses and volume up the plate. Slice, dice, string or simply crumble. • Fresh herbs such as parsley, rocket, mint or basil are always great for a breakfast or cheese plate. • Turkey is the one of the best places for nuts and fruits so make sure to put some hazelnuts, almonds or walnuts on your plate. Fresh or dried apricots, figs or mulberries will give your plate some sweetness and colour. • You can serve some cured meat as well. Pastırma is the most common one in Turkey. Jams Any Turkish breakfast needs to include jam! The classic and most consumed ones are strawberry, cherry, and apricot. However, from pistachios to sage, everything can be made into a jam.
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