Friday, December 4, 2009

Turkey Stew with Potatoes (Patatesli Hindi Yahnisi)

½ lb turkey breast/thigh, in chunks
1 onion, chopped
1 big potato, cubed
1 tsp tomato paste
2 tbsp canola oil
½ tsp paprika
½ tsp summer savory
1 tbsp salt to taste
2 cups hot water

Saute turkey chunks with canola oil over medium heat (approximately 10 minutes). Once turkey changes color, stir in onions and sauté for 3 minutes. Add tomato paste and stir in potatoes. Saute for 3-4 more minutes.
Stir in paprika, salt and water. Bring to a boil. Then, close the lid and reduce the heat. Simmer over low heat, till turkey and potatoes are cooked (for about 20-30 minutes). Stir in summer savory 5-10 minutes before turning the heat off.
Serve warm.

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250 gr hindi gogus/but, dogranmis
1 sogan, dogranmis
1 buyuk boy patates, kup seklinde dogranmis
1 tatli kasigi domates salcasi
2 yemek kasigi kanola yagi
1 cay kasigi kirmizi toz biber
1 cay kasigi zater
1 yemek kasigi tuz
2 su bardagi sicak su

Hindi etini kanola yaginda orta ateste kavurun (yaklasik 10 dakika). Etin rengi degisince sogani ilave edin ve 3 dakika daha kavurun. Salcayi ilave edin ve karistirin. Patatesi de ilave edin ve 3-4 dakika daha kavurmaya devam edin. Kirmizi biber, tuz ve suyu ilave edin. Kaynamaya baslayinca kapagini kapatip hafife alin. Hindi ve patatesler yumusayip pisene dek pisirin (yaklasik 20-30 dakika). Ocagin altini kapatmadan 5-10 dakika once zateri ilave edin ve guzelce karistirin.
Sicak servis yapin.

Ana Sayfaya Don


Pity said...

delicious and full of flavour, cant wait o try this, cheers from london

Anonymous said...

Can you please add the recipe for Lahmacun or Lahmajoun I really want to make it but I don't know how to make it. Thank, i will wait for it. Thanks, you have great recipes.

turkishfoodandrecipes said...

Actually, I've already got the recipe for lahmacun. Here it is:
I hope you'll enjoy it!

Anonymous said...

What is "summer savory"?

turkishfoodandrecipes said...

Summer savory is a thyme like spice, which has a very unique and mild taste to it.
You may find it under the name "savory" or "winter savory".