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ANATOLIA Adana Chicken Kofte Kebab 12oz resmi

ANATOLIA Adana Chicken Kofte Kebab 12oz

Adana Chicken Kofte Kebab is a traditional marinated chicken shish kebab of Ottoman cuisine that later became part of Middle Eastern cuisine. It is widely eaten in Armenia, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Iraq, and Israel. A similar dish in Persian cuisine is the traditional jujeh kabab.
$10.19
APIKOGLU Hot Soujouk (Sucuk) 450g resmi

APIKOGLU Hot Soujouk (Sucuk) 450g

Sucuk is a kind of fermante meat made of Turkish origin and consumed mainly in Armenia, Bulgaria and Turkey, widely consumed from the Balkans to Central Asia in general, filled with spicy meat into the intestine. It is a consumable material with a long shelf life. The cattle, especially those made with veal, are more acceptable and tasty. However, to facilitate the economical purchase of small cattle meat is often mixed. In Turkey, sausage production is based on very old ones. Sausage is a nutrient containing plenty of oil and salt. It also contains spices such as cumin, sumac, red pepper and garlic.
$16.99
APIKOGLU Mild Kasap Soujouk (Sucuk)  454g resmi

APIKOGLU Mild Kasap Soujouk (Sucuk) 454g

Sucuk is a kind of fermante meat made of Turkish origin and consumed mainly in Armenia, Bulgaria and Turkey, widely consumed from the Balkans to Central Asia in general, filled with spicy meat into the intestine. It is a consumable material with a long shelf life. The cattle, especially those made with veal, are more acceptable and tasty. However, to facilitate the economical purchase of small cattle meat is often mixed. In Turkey, sausage production is based on very old ones. Sausage is a nutrient containing plenty of oil and salt. It also contains spices such as cumin, sumac, red pepper and garlic.
$16.99
APIKOGLU Mild Soujouk (Sucuk) 450g resmi

APIKOGLU Mild Soujouk (Sucuk) 450g

Sucuk is a kind of fermante meat made of Turkish origin and consumed mainly in Armenia, Bulgaria and Turkey, widely consumed from the Balkans to Central Asia in general, filled with spicy meat into the intestine. It is a consumable material with a long shelf life. The cattle, especially those made with veal, are more acceptable and tasty. However, to facilitate the economical purchase of small cattle meat is often mixed. In Turkey, sausage production is based on very old ones. Sausage is a nutrient containing plenty of oil and salt. It also contains spices such as cumin, sumac, red pepper and garlic.
$16.99
BROTHER&SISTER Bosnian Style Smoked Beef Sausage (Sudzuka) ~ 0.94 - 1lbs resmi

BROTHER&SISTER Bosnian Style Smoked Beef Sausage (Sudzuka) ~ 0.94 - 1lbs

Bosanska Sudzuka is a dry spicy sausage originating from the Balkans. It consists of ground meat infused with various spices into a sausage casing, and is allowed to dry for several weeks. Keep refrigerated. Ingredients: beef, salt, spices, dextrose and/or sugar, ascorbic acid, sodium nitrite, lactic acid starter cultures, beef casings and/or collagen.
$20.99
BROTHER&SISTER Cevapi Fresh Frozen Link Sausage (Clear Vac-Pack) 908g resmi

BROTHER&SISTER Cevapi Fresh Frozen Link Sausage (Clear Vac-Pack) 908g

Ćevapi is a grilled dish of minced meat found traditionally in the countries of southeast Europe (the Balkans). It is considered a national dish of Bosnia and Herzegovina,/ and is also common in Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Kosovo, Slovenia, Albania, Romania and Austria. Ćevapi has its origins in the Balkans during the Ottoman period, and represents a regional speciality similar to the köfte kebab. They are usually served in groups of five to ten pieces on a plate or in a flatbread (lepinje or somun), often with chopped onions, sour cream, kajmak, ajvar, feta cheese, minced red pepper and salt. Bosnian ćevapi are made from two types of minced beef meat, hand-mixed and formed with a funnel, while formed ćevapi are grilled. Serbian ćevapčići are made of either beef, lamb or pork or mixed. Ćevapi has its origins in the Balkans during the Ottoman period, and represents a regional speciality similar to the köfte kebab. They are usually served in groups of five to ten pieces on a plate or in a flatbread (lepinje or somun), often with chopped onions, sour cream, kajmak, ajvar, feta cheese, minced red pepper and salt. Bosnian ćevapi are made from two types of minced beef meat, hand-mixed and formed with a funnel, while formed ćevapi are grilled. Serbian ćevapčići are made of either beef, lamb or pork or mixed.
$21.99