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An alanya kebab is a kebab consisting of beef, pieces of bread, and tomatoes that are topped with a spicy chili sauce. The dish possibly originated in Germany and named after Alanya, a popular destination of German holiday-goers, and spread to other parts of Europe. Such kebab is completely unknown in Turkey. The dish is very popular in Scandinavia, where it is the fifth most-eaten fast food behind Hot dog, hamburger, pizza and Döner kebab.
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