Monday, February 16, 2009

ZEYTINYAĞLI KEREVİZ




CELERY ROOTS WITH OLIVE OIL

Ingredients:
  • 2 celery roots with leaves
  • 2 small size of potatoes
  • 2 carrots
  • 1 small size of onion
  • 1 tbsp of tomato paste
  • 1 tsp of red pepper paste
  • 3 tbs of olive oil
  • 1/2 cup of boiling water
  • salt
Scrub celery roots well. Cut of the top and bottom of the bulb. Remove skin. Keep them in the water with 1 tbsp of lemon juice to prevent darkening. Wash and drain the leaves and cut them two to three pieces. Wash potatoes and carrots. Peel potatoes and cut them into cubes. Peel the carrots and slice. Cut the onion into halves and slice both thinly. Take olive oil and onion into small pot. Turn the heat on medium. Saute onion. Add tomato and pepper paste into the pot and saute them for three-four minutes. Take the celery roots from the water and cut them into cubes. Add celery,celery leaves, potato, carrot, and boiling water. Stir and bring it to the boil.Add salt. Turn the heat down to low and simmer until celery cubes are soft. Serve it warm.

10 comments:

banu gökşin said...

canım çok guzel gorunuyor ellerıne saglık
sevgıler...

Düğme Bay'la BinbirçeşniHayat said...

iffet ne severım yaaa..bu hafta yapamadım özledım resmen,hele portakallısı enfesss olur yaaa..

was very delicious, I like it:)

nasıl ıng.yorumum olmuş mu?:):)

My Turkish Kitchen said...

Saliha,
Ben ilk kez denedim ve cok begendim. Portakallisini da denemek istiyorum.
Ingilizce yorumda cok guzel olmus:)
Iffet

Leslie said...

Merhaba İffet!

Benim adım Leslie. Georgetown Üniversitesinde öğrenciyim, Türkçe okuyorum. :) My Turkish is not so good yet, but I'm working on it. (Gelecek yaz İstanbul'a gitmek isterim...) I found your blog from a comment on Simply Recipes, and I'm so excited to have found a blog about Turkish food! Yum! :)

My Turkish Kitchen said...

Hi Leslie,
First of all your Turkish is good:)
Istanbul is the best city for me; I lived there for four years when I was doing my undergraduate studies in Marmara University.You are so lucky to have a chance to see Istanbul.
Thank you for your visit to my blog.
Iffet

Mediterranean Turkish Cook said...

Ben bu yemegi hic yapmadim simdiye kadar, ayni zamanda yedigimi de sanmiyorum. Buyudugum yerde pek yapmazlar. Her markete gidisimde alip denesem mi diyorum, ama henuz denemis degilim. Guzel gorunuyor.

My Turkish Kitchen said...

Nihal,
Ben de ilk kez denedim, annem de hic yapmazdi. Farkli tatlara cok kapali degilsen dene derim. Ben severek yedim.
Iffet

Anonymous said...

Iffetcim,

Ellerine saglik cok guzel gorukuyor. Simdiye kadar bende hic denemedim, fakat en kisa zamanda bende denemek istiyorum.

Serap

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

That sounds good and very healthy! A different way of preparing this vegetable...

Cheers,

Rosa

Mediterranean Turkish Cook said...

Iffet, mutlaka denerim. Hep dusunuyordum denemeyi ama hic kismet olmadi henuz! Degisik tatlar denemeyi cok severim.