Pilaki

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Pilaki is a style of Turkish meze and may refer to several dishes that are cooked in a sauce made out of onion, garlic, carrot, potato, tomato or tomato paste, sugar, and olive oil. Beans prepared in this style (fasulye pilaki, with white beans, or barbunya pilaki,[1] with borlotti beans) are served cold, garnished with parsley and slices of lemon. Fish pilaki is also a popular recipe. In Greek cuisine, this style is known as plaki.

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  1. ^ Sally Butcher (19 November 2012). Veggiestan: A Vegetable Lover's Tour of the Middle East. Pavilion Books. pp. 191–. ISBN 978-1-909108-22-6. 

Further reading[edit]

  • The Sultan's Kitchen: A Turkish Cookbook. Özcan Ozan. 2001. Periplus Editions. ISBN 978-962-593-944-5.
  • Companion Guide to Istanbul and Around the Marmara. John Freely, Susan Glyn. 2000. The Companion Guide. ISBN 1-900639-31-9.
  • International Dictionary of Food & Cooking: Ingredients, Additives. Charles Gordon Sinclair. 1998. Taylor & Francis Cookery. ISBN 1-57958-057-2.

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