Material: 1kg. ground meat (preferably from mutton) (750g. Ground meat _ 250 g. tail fat), 1 package basak adana shish kebab spice mix. Preparation:Knead the ground meat and all content of basak mix in a bowl. Let the mix wait for 10 min. and divide 15-20 parts. Roll meat parts up to pre oiled dishes lengthways by dampened hands. Roast the meats by frequently rolling the sichesover grill. After roasting, you can serve meat with onion-sumoc mix, Parsley. tomato and green pepper. Note: NO need to add salt or spices. Ingredients: Hot scaled red pepper, onion powder, hot red pepper, table salt, sweet red pepper, flavour enhancer,(monosodium glutamate), black pepper, cumin, garlic powder, parsley. May contain traces of milk, sesame, hazelnut, almonds. Product of Turkey.
Allspice takes its name from its aroma, which smells like a combination of spices; especially cinnamon, cloves, ginger and nutmeg. Dried allspice berries resemble large brown peppercorns. Allspice is the only spice that is grown exclusively in the Western Hemisphere. The evergreen tree that produces the allspice berries is indigenous to the rainforests of South and Central America where it grows wild. Pimento is available as whole, cracked and ground.
Black cumin, also called black seed, black caraway, Roman coriander, kalonji, or fennel flower, annual plant of the ranunculus family, grown for its pungent seeds, which are used as a spice and in herbal medicine. The black cumin plant is found in southwestern Asia and parts of the Mediterranean and Africa, where it has a long history of use in diverse culinary and medicinal traditions. The seeds have an aroma similar to fennel and have a pungent flavour somewhat similar to nutmeg, though the plant is not related to either. The seeds are commonly roasted and ground as a spice and are widely used in India, the Middle East, and parts of north Africa to season curries, rice, breads, and sweet confections. Black cumin is also important in traditional medicine in many places and is an esteemed herbal remedy for a wide variety of ailments. The plant is sometimes grown as an ornamental for its attractive flowers and is closely related to love-in-a-mist, a more common ornamental.
The blackcurrant, also known as black currant or cassis, is a deciduous shrub in the family Grossulariaceae grown for its edible berries. It is native to temperate parts of central and northern Europe and northern Asia, where it prefers damp fertile soils. It is widely cultivated both commercially and domestically.
It is a unique mixture that gathers the spices that give the taste and aroma to our traditional flavors, raw meatballs, in a single package. This mixture, which puts an end to the problem of which spice and how much to use in order to obtain the best flavor, besides spices such as isot chili, cumin, coriander, curry, black pepper, allspice, cinnamon and basil, which are indispensable for raw meatballs; It contains sufficient amount of salt, onion and garlic auxiliary materials.
A masterpiece of taste! It can be used on cakes, pastries, bakery products, ice cream, parfait, pudding, pudding and all other desserts. It is prepared with 500 ml of milk. It does not cause crusting and is viscous to the desired extent with its ideal density. There are different recipes in each bag.
Cinnamon is a spice obtained from the inner bark of several tree species from the genus Cinnamomum. Cinnamon is used mainly as an aromatic condiment and flavouring additive in a wide variety of cuisines, sweet and savoury dishes, breakfast cereals, snackfoods, tea and traditional foods.
Citric acid is a weak organic acid found in citrus fruits. It is a natural preservative and is also used to add an acidic (sour) taste to foods and soft drinks. In biochemistry, it is important as an intermediate in the citric acid cycle and therefore occurs in the metabolism of almost all living things.
Clove, tropical evergreen tree of the family Myrtaceae and its small reddish brown flower buds used as a spice. Cloves were important in the earliest spice trade and are believed to be indigenous to the Moluccas, or Spice Islands, of Indonesia. Strong of aroma and hot and pungent in taste, cloves are used to flavour many foods, particularly meats and bakery products; in Europe and the United States the spice is a characteristic flavouring in Christmas holiday fare, such as wassail and mincemeat.
Cornflour, or cornstarch as it's known of in the States, is the finely powdered white starch extracted from maize kernels, which are soaked and ground to separate the germ from the bran. It is virtually tasteless and is used as a thickening agent.
Curry powder has a unique flavor due to the combination of both savory and sweet spices. Savory spices like cumin, turmeric, and bay leaf give the curry a deep, earthy flavor while sweet spices, like cinnamon and clove, add brightness and pep. The level of heat is determined by the type and amount of pepper used
Mints are aromatic, almost exclusively perennial, rarely annual, herbs. They have wide-spreading underground and overground stolons and erect, square, branched stems. Mint was originally used as a medicinal herb to treat stomach ache and chest pains. There are several uses in traditional medicine and preliminary research for possible use in treating irritable bowel syndrome. Menthol from mint essential oil (40–90%) is an ingredient of many cosmetics and some perfumes. Menthol and mint essential oil are also used in aromatherapy which may have clinical use to alleviate post-surgery nausea.
Black pepper is a flowering vine in the family Piperaceae, cultivated for its fruit, known as a peppercorn, which is usually dried and used as a spice and seasoning. ... Ground, dried and cooked peppercorns have been used since antiquity, both for flavour and as a traditional medicine.
Cumin can be used ground or as whole seeds. It imparts an earthy, warming and aromatic character to food, making it a staple in certain stews and soups, as well as spiced gravies such as curry and chili. It is also used as an ingredient in some pickles and pastries.
Crushed red pepper or red pepper flakes is a condiment or spice consisting of dried and crushed (as opposed to ground) red chili peppers. ... Crushed red pepper is used by food manufacturers in pickling blends, chowders, spaghetti sauce, pizza sauce, soups and sausage.
Put 1 kg of low-fat meatballs for meatballs, 1 pack of inegöl meatball mortar and 3 tea glasses (225 ml) of warm water into the bowl and knead until it reaches the consistency of a mortar. Shape the meatballs and rest them in the refrigerator in a closed container for 1 hour. Cook in a pan, oven, grill, or barbecue and serve hot. Enjoy your Inegol Style Meatballs. Product of Turkey
Urfa biber also known as Isot is a dried Turkish chili pepper of the type Capsicum annuum cultivated in the Urfa region of Turkey. It is often described as having a smoky, raisin-like taste. Urfa biber is technically a red pepper, ripening to a dark maroon on the plant.
Mahleb or Mahlab is an unusual fragrant spice made from the seeds of a small, black cherry tree that grows wild in the Mediterranean region across to Turkey. It was first used for perfumes in the Middle East and Turkey, where it later became popular as a spice for flavouring breads. The world’s major producer of mahlab is now Turkey. Mahlab is the dried kernel of a small cherry stone. Bouquet: quite sweet with notes of cherry and almond. Some describe it as resembling marzipan. Flavour: a combination of fragrant rosewater-like sweetness and a nutty and faintly bitter, but not unpleasant aftertaste. Hotness Scale: 1 Mahlab is used widely in Mediterranean countries and the Middle East, especially Turkey, in breads, biscuits and less sweet cakes and pastries. It is well worth experimenting with this unfamiliar but intriguing flavouring. One or two spoonfuls added to a rich pastry for fresh fruit flans gives them a subtle note. Simple milk puddings can be transformed with a few pinches of mahlab and Turkish rice is given its floral fragrance and interesting taste from the spice. A traditional Greek Easter bread is flavoured with mahlab and decorated with coloured eggs. Because of its fragrant character and potential for bitterness, use it sparingly, 1/2 to 1 tsp (2 – 5 ml) to 2 cups (500 ml) of flour in a recipe.