Ankara Lamb Stew (Tava)

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Ankara Lamb Stew (Tava)

Post by Tavsan » Mon Nov 17, 2008 11:29 pm

I recently had a dish at a Turkish retaurant referred to only as Ankara Lamb Stew. Wow. I almost asked to sleep it off at the restaurant. Yes, it was that good. It was simply one of the best Turkish dishes I have ever had. If anyone out there has a recipe for this dish please post it.

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Re: Ankara Lamb Stew (Tava)

Post by Jeroen » Wed Nov 19, 2008 6:40 pm

do you know the name of the restaurant?
I will be in ankara soon and maybe I wanna try it out too

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Re: Ankara Lamb Stew (Tava)

Post by Tavsan » Wed Nov 26, 2008 3:49 am

Jeroen:

This was actually here in the US at a Turkish restaurant. Ankara has some great places to dine. Recep Usta is remarkable. Try the lamb. The Zenger Pasa Kanagi is also worthy of a visit if you have never been there. Geez there are just so many great places.

One other place I think I got the name and address correct. If this is indeed the right place they have incredible Adana Kebaps.
ADANA TEPEBAĞ KEBAP & KEBAP
Address: ABDULLAH CEVDET SOK 14/A ÇANKAYA

I will be there soon and look forward to all the great eats.

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Re: Ankara Lamb Stew (Tava)

Post by Jeanne » Wed Dec 17, 2008 8:16 pm

Hi Tavsan,
did you ever find the recipe? As I am cooking during summer I am always interested for new things to prepare. I found this one on the web: http://www.recipehound.com/Recipes/3089.html
I am surely going to try it soon, especially the final part with the egg sounds delicious. Cheers!


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