Saturday, March 5, 2011

Poached Eggs in Yogurt (Cilbir)

1 cup plain Turkish yogurt at room temperature
1-2 cloves garlic, minced
2 eggs
2-3 cups water
1 Tbsp vinegar
1 tsp salt to taste
For top:
1 Tbsp butter
1 tsp paprika/cayenne pepper

Add garlic and half of the salt into yogurt and whisk. Take over a serving plate.
Meanwhile, take water, vinegar and the remaining salt in a small pot. Bring to a boil. Then, reduce heat to medium and gently crack the eggs into water side by side. Close the lid and cook for about 3-4 minutes. Take the poached eggs out and place over the yogurt on the serving plate.
In a small frying pan, melt the butter and stir in paprika/cayenne pepper. Once it gets spitting, turn the heat off and pour all over the eggs.
Serve hot/warm.
ENJOY

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TURKCE
1 su bardagi sade yogurt, oda sicakliginda
1-2 dis sarimsak, ezilmis
2 yumurta
2-3 su bardagi su
1 yemek kasigi sirke
1 tatli kasigi tuz
Uzeri icin:
1 yemek kasigi tereyag
1 tatli kasigi kirmizi toz/aci biber

Yogurda sarimsagi ve tuzun yarisini ilave edin. Cirpin ve servis tabagina alin.
Kucuk bir tencerede suyu geri kalan tuz ve sirke ile kaynatin. Kaynadiktan sonra orta atese alin. Dikkatlice yumurtalari yan yana kaynar suyun icine kirin. Kapagini kapatin ve yaklasik 3-4 dakika boyunca pisirin. Pisen yumurtalari tencereden alin ve servis tabagindaki yogurdun icine alin.
Kucuk bir tavada tereyagini kizdirin. Kirmizi toz/aci biberi ilave edin. Kopurmeye baslayinca ocaktan alin ve yumurtalarin uzerinde gezdirin.
Sicak servis edin.
AFIYET OLSUN

5 comments:

foreignperspective said...

That looks amazing. I really want to try this now.

Anonymous said...

Merhabalar Almanya'dan takip ediyorum sizi. Ve tebrik etmek istiyorum Çok başarılı bir çalışma olmuş. Çevirileriniz çok net ve anlaşılır.
Ellerinize sağlık.

Anonymous said...

simple and divine

Amanda Treadwell said...

I just tried this recipe for a late breakfast. It is amazing! I absolutely loved it. I will share this with all my family and friends.

TS Daria said...

Mogolistandan selamlar,

Ellerinize saglik. Cok tesekkurler.