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Novak5 says

Share a recipe. :)

My favorite food is Sarma (Google has translated it as a charm, with which I agree absolutely!) :D

It looks like this:

This have for accessories bacon and sausage, but there’s also for vegetarians with nuts, which is also great! And looks like this:

Recipe: Well, you can see it here: http://www.sbs.com.au/food/recipe/123/Branka-s-sarma-%28cabbage-rolls%29/

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wp_workshop says

admit it you do not care what is our favorite food, you just wanted to promote sarma

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KurtBilisim says

Those are made out of cabbage…are also good but the ones made using grape tree/vine leaves are much more popular here in Turkey. The thinner the roll, the better :)

I’d say Dürüm, a traditional Turkish wrap which is made from lavash or yufka flatbread that is filled with typical döner kebab ingredients. Not to be confused with Lahmacun :)

http://www.bankcafe.com.tr/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/tavuk-doner-durum.jpg

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Novak5 says

admit it you do not care what is our favorite food, you just wanted to promote sarma

:D No, I shared my favorite, and I am not inventor of it. :)

In fact, I always like to try a new dish, so what is your favorite? :)

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Novak5 says

Those are made out of cabbage…are also good but the ones made using grape tree/vine leaves are much more popular here in Turkey. The thinner the roll, the better :)

I’d say Dürüm, a traditional Turkish wrap which is made from lavash or yufka flatbread that is filled with typical döner kebab ingredients. Not to be confused with Lahmacun :)

http://www.bankcafe.com.tr/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/tavuk-doner-durum.jpg

That’s right! :) Sorry I’ve forgot to say that.

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NikolaSusa says

Buzara shrimps, salmon/tuna nigiri sushi, grilled chub mackerel with olive oil and garlic .
And of course sarma in the winter. :D

Dammit man.. Now i’m hungry for fish.. :<

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Jaynesh says

yummy

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ShermanJackson says

Anything Italian :)

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MarioLucianAndreano says

So it seems that the Sarma is very well known in tha balkans + Turkey :D here in Romania is also very traditional, I like the one in grape tree leaves :)

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