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  Samsa Dessert Turkish Samsa Dessert Recipe Desserts with sherbet are special to Anatolia (Turkish) cuisine among the world cuisines. Actually, the secret tastes of Turkish desserts with sherbet is the most important stage that gives its taste to dessert and creates its shape. Of all desserts with sherbet of Cuisine of Anatolia (Turkish Cuisine), the most famous is Baklava dessert. It is so famous dessert with sherbet from the Turks world, Arabic-speaking world, mediterranean region and some part of European. There are many diferent types of baklava desert. But on the other hand, some desserts with sherbet are not baklava but they look like baklava desert very much. Maybe, most famous one is "Samsa Dessert". This is a dessert common all around Mediterranean coast Algeria, Tunisia, Balkans and Turkey. It is often triangular shaped. But we, here in Turkey, mostly make it as rectangular shape. In this post, we are going to share one of our desserts with sherbet with you. Its na

Turkish Spoon Salad (Gavurdağı Salatası) Recipe

 

Gavurdagi salad ingredients
Gavurdagi Salad

How to Make Turkish Gavurdagi Salad (Gavurdağı Salatası)!

The Marmara, Aegean and Mediterranean cuisines are very rich in vegetables, fresh herbs, beans and fish. Olive oil is most widely used. There are many different kind of salads in these cuisines and they are consumed alot. Actually, salads are known through out the world and every region (or nation) has their own salads; such as "Ceasar Salad", "Greek Salad", "Tai Cucumber Salad" and "German Cucumber Salad with vinegar" etc. Healthy salad start with a variety of colorful veggies, fruits, beans, and mixed greens. 

We, Turks, consume salads in the lunch or dinners alot. Also salads are an important part of the meze (side dish) spread at "Kebab Houses" (BBQ Restaurants) in Turkey. When you go to a kebab restaurant in any city of the Turkey, the waiter brings a salad (such as Gavurdağı Salad, Sepherd salad, Mediterranean Salad etc.) and lavash bread to the table without asking you. 

Gavurdağı Salatası is yet another light salad of Turkish cuisine. It is also called as "Spoon Salad". This salad is the "must-have salad" of all kebab restaurants’ menus. When you go to a kebab restaurant especially in Adana city, Mersin city, Gaziantep city, and Hatay city, the waiter brings Gavurdağı Salad and lavash bread to the table without asking you. You can consider it as ‚on the house salad. It is the most common Turkish salad variety of the south and southeast region of Turkey.

In this post, we are going to share our "Turkish Gavurdagi Salad" with you. We are sure that when you try it, you like it alot.

What is Turkish Gavurdagi Salad (Gavurdağı Salatası)!

Gavurdağı salad (or spoon salad) is a very popular salad and you can find it very easily through out the Turkey (especially in the south and southeast region of Turkey). The main ingredients of this salad are juicy tomatoes, spring onions, normal onion, green pepper, parsley, pomegranate syrup (pomegranate molasses), and crushed walnut halves. When we translate this salad’s name into English, it may sound really funny to you. It translates as "Gavur Mountain Salad". Gavurdağı Salad received its name from the mountain located between Adana city and the Ceyhan River (also this mountain is part of the Tarsus mountains in Southeast part of the Turkey).

Gavurdagi salad ingredients
This salad also known "Spoon Salad"



This delicious salad is from the Gaziantep region, where many wonderfully delicious and spicy Turkish dishes come from. Once the foreigners first see this delicious salad, it may look like a dip more than a salad. The simplicity of the core ingredients lets you think that it is a dip; however, it is a very refreshing and tasty salad. Once you combine the Turkish juicy tomatoes and pomegranate syrup (pomegranate molasses) with any salad, you get a very refreshing blend. We are sure that, you love the marriage of sweet and juicy tomatoes with the crunchy walnuts in this salad; the sweet and sour pomegranate molasses dressing really complements this salad too.

We like to eat this salad with Adana Kebab (Adana meat ball - kofte kebab). Gavurdağı Salad and Adana Kebab suit well to each other by taste. If you are visiting the southern part of Turkey and stop by a kebab restaurant, this famous Turkish salad will be on your table for sure. However, if you are visiting other cities such as Istanbul, İzmir,  Antalya or Ankara you need to ask the waiter if they have it or not. Usually, most kebab restaurants put this delicious salad on their menu.

How to Make Turkish Gavurdagi Salad (Gavurdağı Salatası)!

Gavurdağı salad is also a very easy salad with the construction. You will understand that when you try it. Also we are sure that when you try our recipe for Gavurdagi salad, you like it.

Preparing this salad's process is so easy and simple. There is no cooking process. You just put all chopped ingredients into a deep bowl. Then put the cracked walnut and pour pomegranate syrup (pomegranate molasses), olive oil with the spices onto the salad. Then mix them well with the help of a spoon. That's it. 

Turkish salad mezeh recipe
Ingredients: A large tomatoes and normal size cucumber


Turkish salad mezeh recipe
Ingredients: 2-3 springs green onions and
a normal size onion


Turkish tomato salad recipe
Ingredients: a green pepper and a few sprigs parsley


Turkish tomato salad recipe
Ingredients: a cup of walnuts,


Turkish salad for kebabs
Ingredients: For dressing; 2 tblspn extra virgin olive oil,


Turkish pomegranate salad dressing
Ingredients: For dressing; 4 tblspn pomegranate syrup/molasses


Turkish pomegranate salad dressing
Ingredients: For dressing: 1 teaspoon of sumac,
red pepper flakes and salt,


Einfaches salatrezept
Ingredients: For dressing; 1 tblspn lemon juice,


Einfaches salatrezept
Firstly Peel the tomatoes


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Then cut it into mini cubes, 


Recette de salade facile
Then put mini cubes tomatoes in a large bowl,


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Then chop the onion very finely,


Turkish salad mezeh recipe
Then put it into bowl 


Recette de salade facile
Then peel the cucumber and cut it into mini cubes


Einfaches salatrezept
Then put it into bowl


İngilizce gavur daği salatası tarifi
Then remove the green pepper's seeds and chop it very finely,


İngilizce gavur daği salatası tarifi
Then put it into bowl,


İngilizce kaşık salatası tarifi
Then chop the parsley very finely,


İngilizce kaşık salatası tarifi
Then put it into bowl,


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Then chop the spring green onions very finely,


Turkish salad for kebabs
Then put it into bowl,


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Then chop the walnuts very finely and put it over the mixture
and mix all ingredients well,
(dont forget to 4-5 roughly chopped walnuts to garnishing)


İngilizce gavur daği salatası tarifi
For dressing: add a teaspoon salt in another bowl,





İngilizce gavur daği salatası tarifi
Then add extra virgin olive oil,


Recette de salade facile
Then add a teaspoon of sumac into mixture,


Einfaches salatrezept
Then add a teaspoon of red pepper flakes into mixture,


İngilizce gavur daği salatası tarifi
Then add pomegranate syrup/molasses into mixture,


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Mix them very well,


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Then pour the dressing over the salad and toss,


Turkish tomato salad recipe
Lastly place roughly chopped walnuts and
 a leave of parsley  over the salad and serve


İngilizce kaşık salatası tarifi
We love this salad as an accompaniment of pasta dishes
 like our favourite spaghetti


Recipe for Turkish Gavurdagi Salad (Gavurdağı Salatası)!

You can enjoy this delicious and easy salad for lunch with your favorite cheese and bread by the side. We also love this salad as an accompaniment of pasta dishes like our favorite spaghetti pasta, highly recommended!

Here it is our Turkish Gavurdagi Salad's recipe;

Very good family favourite;

Serving: 3 Servings,  Preparation Time: 20-25 minutes, Cooking Time: No Cooking, Cuisine: Turkish & Mediterranean Cuisines, Type: 100 % Vegetarian,

Ingredients:
  • 1 Large tomatoes or 2 Small tomatoes, peeled and cut into mini cubes,
  • 1 Normal size cucumber, peeled and cut into mini cubes,
  • 1 Green pepper, finely chopped,
  • 1 Normal size onion, finely chopped,
  • 2 Spring green onions, finely chopped
  • A few sprigs of parsley leaves, finely chopped,
  • 10-15 Walnut Halves finely chopped,
  • 4-5 Walnut Halves (to garnish) roughly chopped,

For Dressing:
  • 4 Tablespoons pomegranate syrup (pomegranate molasses),
  • 1 Tablespoon fresh lemon juice,
  • 2 Tablespoon virgin olive oil,
  • 1 or 2 Teaspoons red pepper flakes,
  • 1 Teaspoon sumac,
  • 1 Teaspoon salt,

Preparation:
  1. First of all, put your all ingredients on the work table. Then cut the tomatoes and cucumbers into mini cubes. Then peel the onion and chop it very finely. Then, chop the parsley and green onion very finely too. 
  2. Then take your green pepper and remove its seeds and chop it finely. Then finely chop a cup of walnuts and don't forget to 4-5 walnut halves to garnish (roughly chopped). 
  3. Then In a bowl, mix all the chopped ingredients together. 
  4. Then combine the sumac, red pepper flakes, lemon juice, pomegranate syrup (pomegranate molasses), extra virgin olive oil, salt, and stir mixture well in another bowl. Then, pour the dressing over the salad and toss. 
  5. Lastly, place a couple of roughly chopoed walnuts and parsley leave on top and serve.
Enjoy!

Please let us know how this "Turkish Gavurdagi Salad (Gavurdağı Salatası) Recipe" turns out for you in the comments. We are always so eager to hear from you.

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Comments

  1. Looks and sounds great. Nice presentation on this post.
    Enjoy your day!

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  2. We love our salads. Even with everything we had for Thanksgiving we prepared a salad to have with dinner. This salad sounds delicious! I love to check out what's left in the frig and make a salad out of it. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Very wellcome Dear friend! Hope you try this recipe in one day. Thanks for drop by and nice comment. Have a great day.

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  3. Parece una rica ensalada. Gracias por la receta te mando un beso

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  4. My husband would love this wholesome salad!

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  5. Yum - though I rarely peel tomatoes. Thank you for this delicious sounding recipe.

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  6. Looks so good, and I love the flowers wrapped in burlap.

    Have a great day ♥

    Ann
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  7. That salad looks very nice, similar to what we have down here as a side salad.
    Interesting reading about your salads too - thanks for that.

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  8. This sounds very good, thanks for sharing he recipe! Valerie

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  9. I don't think I would like the pepper and the nar syrup in it, but the rest is something I eat every day and like it :) I eat tomato and spring onion salad each morning actually.

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    1. We consume salads as side dish everyday too. Hope you try this recipe , i am sure you like it with pomegranate syrup. Thanks for your nice comment Dear Dezmond.

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  10. Che buono! Un piatto ricco di sapori gustosi!

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  11. Lots of chopping! But well worth it! I want to give this one a try!

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    1. Yes chopped ingredients are alot but worth it. Hope you try it Dear Ellie! Thanks for your nice comment.

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  12. Lovely dish! Definitely a salad I would so enjoy!

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  13. Exciting dish! Definitely a great winter salad!

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  14. Hum... tenho quase todos os ingredientes aqui, menos as nozes.
    Parece leve e refrescante.

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  15. I ate turkinsh salad on my travels on Instambul and Ankara and I totally loved it!
    Wanna try this recipe asap!
    XO
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  16. ótimo post !
    bjs
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  17. Sounds good, looks delicious and nutritious when olive oil is widely used. Love the setting. Have a lovely day.

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    1. Absolutelly it is tasty and hearty. Hope you try it. Thank you so much for your nice comment. Happy day.

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  18. These salads must be deloicious and also with the typical product of our land, the olive oil that brings such a good flavor to everything.
    Happy week.
    Best regards.

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    1. Hope you try it Dear friend! We make it for lunch alot. It is so delicious and hearty. Thanks for your nice comment,

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  19. Dear Semra! I enjoy diferent salads! Greetings from Russia!

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    1. Hope you try this recipe Dear friend! Thank you so much for your nice comment. Have a nice day. Greetings.

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  20. Great recipe. It looks really good. I love it.
    Greetings

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  21. this salad looks delicious :)

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  22. A rich and strawberry salad. Although pomegranate syrup does not exist around here, surely I can replace it with honey.
    I observe that they use the pomegranate a lot there, I remember having enjoyed a delicious juice.

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    1. Dear friend! I am not sure but, maybe pomegranate molasses is sold by the Amazon. This sauce is really so tasty and healthy. Thanks for your nice comment.

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  23. Sorry, I meant a fresh salad and not "strawberries"

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  25. Looks and sounds delicious.
    Many thanks for sharing the recipe.

    All the best Jan

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  26. We usually eat salad with every meal. I love all kinds of salads and this one and the dressing look delicious.

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    1. We consume many different salads as side dishes alot. Hope you try this recipe and enjoy it. Thanks for your nice comment.

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  27. pomegranate syrup...it's sound new for me...but i think it have a sweet taste...i like walnut so much...have a nice day Dear ^^

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    1. Its taste sour like lemon but better than the lemon. Hope you try it. Thanks for drop by and nice comment.

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  28. Salad looks good and delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  29. This looks really delicious.
    Well described and beautiful pictures.
    Greetings Irma

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  30. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe.
    Have a nice day, my friend.

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  31. Love this kind of salads and this one looks so appetizing.

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  32. Great salad. It looks great. When salad is so finely chopped, then all the tastes really come together. My husband always says that the most important thing with salads is to mix them well so that all the tastes come together.

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    1. I wholy agree with you Dear friend! Yes mixing salad and its sauces are so important. Thank you so much for your nice comment. Happy December month.

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  33. Loved so much the presentation

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    1. Thank you so much Dear friend! Happy December month.

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  34. I've never heard name "Spoon Salad", but of course I'm familiar with this and similar recipes. So delicious - just give me some flatbread with it, and I'll be absolutely happy! :)

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    1. Flatbread and our Turkish tea go well this salad . Thank you for your nice comment Dear friend. Happy day.

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  35. Hi my friend. Your blog is always interesting and delicious.

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  36. Per me un ottimo piatto unico, adoro queste insalate!!!!

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  37. wow this sounds so delicious
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  39. Boa tarde. Gostaria de um dia comer dessas maravilhas da culinária turca.

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  40. This looks so good. I love these sort of salads with nuts in them and walnuts are good :-D

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  41. Such an interesting recipe! Thanks.

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  42. This looks wonderful ! we love turkish food!!

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  43. Wonderful! Lots of chopping but well worth it!

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  44. Thanks for your comments! Have a beautiful weekend!

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    1. Very wellcome Dear friend! Have a great weekend.

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  45. All the best to a beautiful weekend!

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    1. Thanks alot Dear Ellie! Have a wonderful weekend to you too.

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    1. Yes it is very different and interesting. Hope you try it Dear friend! Thanks for your nice comment.

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  47. Hello,
    Looks very tasty, a refreshing salad.
    Take care, have a happy weekend!

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  48. This salad looks delicious, thanks for sharing how you make it! I can see why it's such a staple, looks yummy!

    Hope you are having a good weekend! It's a busy one here with lots of fun events, last night was a Christmas event at a theme park!

    Away From The Blue

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  49. This looks wonderful! I’ve added it to my recipe files and will give it a try!
    Thank you for the recipe of the refreshing and healthy salad.

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    1. Absolutelly this salad is healthy, hearty and tasty. Hope you try it Dear friend! I am sure you like it. Thanks for your nice comment. Happy sunday.

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  50. I have never tried it but looks amazing 😋😋

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    1. Hope you try it soon Dear friend! This salad is really hearty and tasty. Thanks for your nice comment. Happy Sunday.

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  52. This looks like a very refreshing dish! I love how you accented it with the pink flowers; so pretty. :)

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  54. Except for the pomegranate syrup, I have all the ingredients in the house. I think it's worth a try without syrup. 😊
    Thank you for the recipe. ❤️

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    1. Very wellcome Dear friend! Also you can use pomegranate instead of the pomegranate syrup. Hope you try this recipe. Thanks for your nice comment Dear friend. Happy day.

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  55. Hope you are doing well during this holiday season. Thank you so much for your endearing comments. I so appreciate them. Stay the lovely you❤

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    1. Thanks Dear Ellie! I thank you for your lovely stories.

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  56. Oh, you are the best! Thanks so much for reading and your comments. Wishing you lots of holiday love in the kitchen and at home!

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    1. Thank you so much my friend! I love to read your stories. They are exciting and lovely. Actually all of them are from our daily life. Hope your stories turn to film series soon.

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  57. Oh, thank you so much for these refreshing salads! All the best to the memories you make in the kitchen!

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    1. Yes dear friend! This one is so hearty and healthy. Thank you so much for your nice comment.

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  58. The salad looks so full of flavor, it's one I would eat frequently I know. Thank you for this delicious recipe. I think I'll make it next week when I have a little more free time.

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  59. I loved the post. Olive oil improves everything, this salad looks very good
    xo
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    1. I agree with you Dear friend! Our olives and olive oil are very unique and we use them alot. Thanks for your nice comment. Happy day.

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  60. this sounds so cool, i gone try this
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  61. I have never seen walnuts in a cucumber salad, but it sounds delicious!

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    1. Thank you so much for your nice comment Dear friend! Happy day.

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    1. Thank you so much Dear friend! Have a wonderful Sunday to you. Greetings from Turkey.

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  65. Thank you so much for your comments! I hope you are doing well during the holidays. Can't wait for more!

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  67. All the best to your food blog and more!

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  68. Happy Holidays! Wishing you some wonderful moments!

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  69. Thank you so much for each of your comments! They mean so much to me. Thank you for being here. Thank you for the smiles you give me❤

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  70. Ne kadar fazla yoruma sahip bir yazı, büyük bir başarı. Herkes 1 kaşık salatanızdan alsa bütün dünya öğrenecek Türk salatasını. :)

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    1. Aynen! Anadolu mutfağını cılız da olsa sesimizi sonuna kadar tanitacagiz. Tşkler yorumunuz için.

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  71. Boa semana pra vocês!
    Abraços!
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  72. this sounds so delicious
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  73. This salad looks healthy and yummy

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  74. This looks SO delicious and, amazingly, I have all of the ingredients on hand, including the pomegranate syrup that I bought some time ago and then forgot what I needed it for. LOL!

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    1. Pomegranate syrup and walnuts are important. If you have both of them, dont worry the others! Just Gather the vegetables (domatoes, cucumber, onion etc) in your kitchen and mix them in the bowl. Hope you try it! Thanks for your nice comment Dear friend.

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  75. Great recipe review.

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  76. Parece muito saudavel e saborosa salada.
    Eu adoraria tela para entrada do meu almoço.

    Beijos, amiga!

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  77. Wow this is a pretty detailed recipe! I have to try it! Thanks for the suggestion!
    xoox

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  79. me encantan las recetas que llevan pimientos, la probaré

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  80. Just passing by and wish you a great week! And happy holidays!
    xoxo

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