Sunday, December 28, 2008




  • 1 lb of ground beef
  • 1 medium size of onion ( chopped )
  • 10 cloves of garlic ( peeled )
  • 1 green pepper ( chopped )
  • 3 baby eggplants
  • 3 zucchinis
  • 2 medium size of potatoes ( peeled )
  • 3 medium size of tomatoes
  • 1 tsp of red pepper paste
  • 2 tbs of vegetable oil
  • 1/2 tsp of black pepper
  • salt
Take ground beef and vegetable oil in a large pot and cook it until the beef absorb all of its juice, stirring occasionally . Add chopped onion, chopped pepper, and garlic into the pot. Saute them on a medium heat for 10 minutes then add pepper paste and continue to cook for 5 minutes. Meanwhile, wash, drain, and cut eggplants, zucchinis, and potatoes into cubes. Take them into the pot. Add black pepper and salt. Stir them all together. Peel the tomatoes and cut them into cubes. Place tomatoes on top of other vegetable and turn the heat to the low. Put the lid on and cook for 30 minutes.


Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

The kind of dish I love!

Happy New Year!



turkishfoodandrecipes said...

Your blog is very nice.All the dishes look very delicious.I also love the daffodils on the main page:)
I wish you a Happy New Year!

My Turkish Kitchen said...

Happy new year to you both...

eldivenlerim said...

yeni yılda tüm beklentilerinin gerçekleşmesi temennisiyle seni mutlu edecek şekilde olsun....

mutlu yıllar arkadaşım;)

Unknown said...

It's funny how in egypt there is a similar dish called Turli, and frommy experience it has no meat in it. I thought Turli sounded like a french or british word, but I guess it's everywhere.

By the way your dishes are inspiring:)

Selen said...

The word is Turkish and when you look at the etymology of the word, TUR means kind, TURLU means with different kinds. So Turlu is either with or without meat, but it has to have a variaty of vegetables.