Stuffed mussels

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Stuffed mussels
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Region or state Turkey
Cookbook: Stuffed mussels  Media: Stuffed mussels

Stuffed mussels (Turkish: Midye dolma[1]) is a generic name for meals made of plump orange mussels, herbed rice, pine nuts, and currants. It is a popular and common street food in Istanbul, Turkey. Armenians have the best and oldest recipe according to most people. The stuffed mussels are normally eaten with lemon juice freshly squeezed over them so that the mussel and rice are not dry and so the spices are easily mixed and tasted.

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  1. ^ New York Media, LLC (22 February 1993). New York Magazine. New York Media, LLC. pp. 69–. ISSN 0028-7369. 

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