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Turkey – the intersection of the West and the East has been famous for its mouthwatering cuisine since the reign of the Ottoman Empire. To be honest, I must say Turkish food is really excellent is because it is the perfect mixture and refinement of Central Asian, Middle Eastern, partly European and Balkan cuisines.

Any tourists can find a great variety of dishes in Turkish cuisine. Not only the home-made food but also the food street everywhere in Turkey will satisfy gourmets who are interested in Middle Eastern cuisine.

So how well do you know about the Turkish food? Let’s finish the quizzes below.

  • Question of

    What will ice cream makers do next after they finish making Maraş Dondurma (Turkish ice cream) for you?

    • Giving it to you immediately like other vendors of street food
    • Putting it into the garbage due to bad quality then replace by another one better
    • Taking away Dondurma with the stick by rotating it around before finally giving it to you
    • Making it disappear before your eyes then place it on your hands right away
  • Question of

    What ingredient makes Maraş Dondurma thicker, stretchier than Gelato of Italy?

    • Gelatin
    • Corn starch
    • Salep
    • Wheat gluten
  • Question of

    What are the traditional ingredients for pide (Turkish pizza)?

    • Chorizo, potatoes, bacon, butter cream
    • Sucuk, smoked beef, vegetables, ground mutton, butter
    • Egg, pulled chicken, BBQ pork, spinach
    • Cheese, mushroom, tomato sauce, ham
  • Question of

    Which ingredient below is strictly not allowed for the recipe of making doner kebab?

    • Beef
    • Salad
    • Chicken
    • Mutton
    • Pork
    • Cucumbers, red onions, tomatoes
    • Mayonaise sauce
  • Question of

    What are the ingredients for making Kadayif?

    • Pistachios, lime juice, clotted cream, sugar syrup, shredded filo
    • Eggs, sugar, mascarpone cheese, cocoa powder, ladyfingers dipped in coffee
    • Sugar, egg yolk, flour, coconut cream, ghee
    • Heavy cream, egg yolk, sugar, vanilla
    • Sour cream, heavy whipping cream, honey, sweetened condensed milk, flour
    • Egg, chopped dates, granulated sugar, unsalted butter, baking powder, all-purpose flour, vanilla
  • Question of

    What are traditional ingredients for a kahvalti (Turkish breakfast)?

    • Bacon, sausage, egg, black pudding, baked beans, tomatoes, mushroom, sandwich
    • Steamed rice, miso soup, fermented soy beans, grilled fish, pickled vegetables, dried seaweed
    • Bread, feta cheese, kaymak, olive oil, tomatoes, butter, orange jam, honey, cucumber, brewed cup of tea
    • Ham, bread, sausage, fromage, honey, coffee
  • Question of

    What are the original flavors of Lokum (Turkish Delight)?

    • Cinnamon, banana, walnut
    • Rose, peppermint, lemon
    • Orange, pecan, strawberry
    • Grapefruit, macadamia, daisy
  • Question of

    Which type of coffee is regarded as Turkish cultural heritage?

    • Kopi Luwak
    • Rüdesheimer Kaffee
    • Sand Coffee
    • Maria Theresia
    • Kleiner Schwarzer
    • Luzerner Kafi
    • Überstürzte Neumann
  • Question of

    While tourists are enjoying Turkish Sand Coffee, there’s another feature makes them remember most. What’s that?

    • Fassomancy – interpreting coffee drinker’s destiny
    • Folk dances of Turkish
    • Traditional meals with Turkish locals
    • Turkish bath
  • Question of

    What do Turkish call their dumplings?

    • Ravioli
    • Gyoza
    • Khinkali
    • Pierogi
    • Manti
    • Wonton
    • Buuz
    • Bibigo Mandu
  • Question of

    Dating back to 12th century, Baklava was only exclusive for…?

    • Slaves
    • No
    • Workers
    • Peasants
    • Royal families
    • Intellectuals
  • Question of

    For Dolma & Sarma, what kind of popular leaves do Turkish use to wrap it?

    • Cabbages
    • Vine leaves
    • Swiss chard
    • Collard greens
    • All of the above
  • Question of

    What do Turkish call their stewed bean soup?

    • Fasolada
    • Kuru fasulye
    • Bissara
    • Kwati
    • Pasulj
    • Bouneschlupp
    • Hong dou tang
    • Frejon
  • Question of

    Menemen is the excellent combination of flavor, a cross between vegetable stew and…

    • Omelette
    • No
    • Boiled eggs
    • Scrambled eggs
    • Fried eggs
    • En Cocotte


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