Ezogelin soup

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Ezogelin soup
Ezogelin soup, bread, and tea.jpg
Ezogelin soup and bread
Type Soup
Place of origin Turkey
Main ingredients Bulgur, red lentils, rice, olive oil, butter, onions, garlic, tomatoes, tomato paste, paprika, hot peppers
Cookbook: Ezogelin soup  Media: Ezogelin soup

Ezogelin soup or Ezo gelin soup (Turkish: Ezogelin çorbası, "the soup of Ezo the bride") is a common soup in Turkish cuisine. The main ingredients are bulgur and red lentils. The origin of the soup is attributed to Ezo the bride from Gaziantep.[1]

The ingredients are red lentils, rice, bulgur, olive oil, butter, onion, garlic, tomato, tomato paste, paprika, hot pepper, dried mint, black pepper, and salt; it is usually served with lemon wedges.

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