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Here all are the blog posts about food in the order they have been written. Newest one on top.

Kurdish food:


Luqmeqazi
Zolobia/Jalebi
Koliche
Baklava
Palpine
Kifta – Mama style
Normal Kurdish dinner (also called a feast)
Kobbe – Mama style
Piazaw – onion soup
Brinji sor – red rice
Yaprax / dolma – my first try
Piazaw – onion soup
Brinji sor – red rice
Yaprax – my first try
Sawer – bulgur
Karnabit – Cauliflower snack
Tapsi by Haje
Mum’s cooking
Mahalabi
Jgar – Chicken liver
Falafel
Basmati Rice
Lobya – Black eyed beans in tomato soup
Helke u tamata – Eggs in tomato
Shfta – Fried meatballs
Nisk – Yellow lentil soup
Shlai Fasolya – White beans in tomato soup
Shlai Kolaka – Squash soup

Other food:


Do you make your own gucacamole?
Apple marmalade
Bananamuffins!
Bananabread (it’s really a cake..)
Summer salad
How do you eat your mango?
Salmon in foil – featured on Foodpress
Sweet potato mash
Quesadilla
Weird food combinations
My first juice
Roasted chicken
Random salad with chicken burger
Traditional Norwegian: Cod
– Charming homemade sushi
Sophie Dahl: Chicken stew with green olives
My cheesy breakfast
Oatmeal – featured on Foodpress
Fried rice
Homemade mashed potato
Weekend dinner; pasta
Sophie Dahl: My dad’s chicken curry
My greedy lunch (eggs)
Roasted potatoes
Dinner pancakes
Easy peasy fruit salad
Cereal
Homemade pizza with folded crust
Lasagna
Sashimi Lunch

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6 responses »

  1. My husband is Kurdish from Turkey and I am looking for recipies to make for him. He speaks Kurdish and I’m also hoping to learn the language. I’m enjoying your blog here, thanks so much.

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  2. love you website its really useful it sounds like u r from slemani dast xosh bet shty jwan drust akay afarim

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  3. Delighted to find this Blog today….by chance! Interested in Kurdish cuisine and would like to know if you are on Pinterest too. I would also be interested in following the Beauty Blog, My Awesome Beauty, but I can’t access the site.
    I look forward to trying your recipes!

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  4. I have Kurdish students who have given me kulecha to try. I was wondering how it is made and found it on your blog. Thank you for making it visual and informative.

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  5. The “Normal Kurdish dinner (also called a feast)” link goes to “Kobbe – Mama style” :( Can that be fixed?

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  6. Hi love your recipes and live Kurdish food I was wondering if you know how to make the Kurdish lamb soup ? It’s orange in colour but have no idea what it’s called but my husband loves it!

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