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Ramadan Foods and Drinks
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1.       gokuyum
5050 posts
 24 Jul 2013 Wed 10:21 pm

Atom: It is too sweet for my taste.

 

 

 



Edited (7/24/2013) by gokuyum

2.       gokuyum
5050 posts
 24 Jul 2013 Wed 10:23 pm

Ramazan Pidesi: I like it with eggs in it.

 

 

 

3.       gokuyum
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 24 Jul 2013 Wed 10:25 pm

Hurma: I like hurma a lot.

 

4.       Abla
3648 posts
 24 Jul 2013 Wed 10:29 pm

I think dates  -  hurma  -  is the only Prophetic Ramadan food tradition. It is sunnah to cut your fast with dates. If dates are not available water is recommended.

5.       gokuyum
5050 posts
 24 Jul 2013 Wed 10:29 pm

Su (water): You should taste it

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6.       gokuyum
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 24 Jul 2013 Wed 10:34 pm

 

Quoting Abla

I think dates  -  hurma  -  is the only Prophetic Ramadan food tradition. It is sunnah to cut your fast with dates. If dates are not available water is recommended.

I hope everyone tasted hurma here

 

7.       Umut_Umut
485 posts
 25 Jul 2013 Thu 04:51 pm

In Mersin Kerebiç is very famous in Ramazan. 

 

kerebiç

 

 

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8.       gokuyum
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 25 Jul 2013 Thu 06:25 pm

 

Quoting Umut_Umut

In Mersin Kerebiç is very famous in Ramazan. 

 

kerebiç

 

 

 

How does it taste?

9.       Kelowna
375 posts
 25 Jul 2013 Thu 06:43 pm

maybe you can get someone to make it for you

Ingredients
Yellow Flour
1,5 water glass olive oil
1 water glass oil
1 water glass water
½ water glass sugar
1 packet backing powder, large grounded  walnut or pistachio
Directions
1)Mix all ingredients in a deep bowl, except flour
2) add yellow flour slowly,
3) knead the dough till you obtain a dough as thick as an earlobe.
4) Leave it rest for half an hour.
5)Pluck wallnut sized pieces, make holes and fi
ll with large grounded wallnut and wrap it
and place on the tray
Baking
Bake at 180 degrees heated oven for
about 30-40 minutes till they get brown

10.       gokuyum
5050 posts
 25 Jul 2013 Thu 06:44 pm

Would you do it for me? I am hopeless.

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