Patlıcanlı kebap

For the stew, see Patlıcan kebabı.
Patlıcanlı kebap

Patlıcanlı kebap[1] (Turkish: patlıcanlı kebap, "eggplant kebab") is a type of Turkish kebab; it consists of pieces of eggplant and fine-chopped (not minced) meat such as beef and lamb skewered on a grill,[2] or baked in a pan in an oven,[3] with spices such as pepper, and eaten with raw onions and a soft Turkish flatbread, called yufka, or with lavaş.

In the area of Gaziantep, Antakya and other parts of Southern Turkey, people traditionally would prepare a tray of patlıcanlı kebap from leftover eggplant and chicken meat at home, then take it to a local bakery to be cooked in the wood-fired oven.[3]

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  1. Sennur Sezer; Adnan Özyalçıner (1995). İstanbul'un taşı-toprağı altın: eski İstanbul yaşayışı ve folkloru. Altın Kitaplar Yayınevi. ISBN 978-975-405-518-4.
  2. Garanti Leasing (1998). Suyla yeniden doğan kent: Şanlıurfa. Creative Yayıncılık. ISBN 978-975-7104-19-3.
  3. 1 2 Ozlem Warren (May 11, 2015). "Eggplant kebab with yoghurt marinated chicken; Patlicanli Kebap". Ozlem's Turkish Table. Retrieved February 24, 2016.
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