Start Your Day The Turkish Way
Friday August 31, 2012
By Elizabeth Taviloglu, Guide for Turkish Food
Tomatoes, cucumbers, olives and Feta for breakfast? If this interests your taste buds, keep reading. How about freshly brewed tea, an array of homemade fruit preserves, warm loaves of crusty white bread spread with sweet butter? If this sounds like your kind of breakfast, read my latest article all about Turkish breakfast. Turkish breakfasts are light and really get your digestive system working without weighing you down in the morning. You won't find any sugary, fatty breakfasts here. All breakfast foods are fresh and natural. If you're an egg lover, you won't be disappointed. Omelets, sunny-side up, hard-boiled, you can have it all. And there's nothing like sitting down to a fully-set breakfast table filled with small plates of cheeses, olives, homemade fruit preserves, butter and more.
To learn more about Turkish food:
Turkish Tea and Coffee Culture
Most common ingredients in Turkish cuisine
Regional Variations in Turkish cuisine