Kebab in a Turkish restaurant Toronto
Kebab is one of the most popular among different Turkish cuisines which in Turkey refer to any dish of meat, fish or vegetables which are grilled on skewers or roasted using rotisseries. Kebab is served on plates known as porsiyon, in sandwiches or in wraps known as durum. Based on Turkish tradition, meat used for kebab is lamb but as tastes evolved the famous Turkish kebab has extended to beef, chicken and fish. Vegetables are interspersed with meat on the skewers and it is not unusual to find varieties of kebab with eggplants, tomatoes, onions and peppers. This dish is one of the popular and genuine recipes served in Turkish restaurant Toronto which is enjoyed by majority of its patrons who want a taste of original Turkish cuisine,
Discovering shawarma in Turkish restaurant Toronto
One of the authentic cuisines served in Turkish restaurant Toronto is shawarma which is made up of thin slices of meat (beef, goat or lamb) and rolled into a large piece of bread or pita. All sorts of other goodies like pickled vegetables, tahini, hummus, tomatoes, cucumbers, cabbage or even French fries are layered with the meat inside the bread which is always very thin and warm. Shawarma is considered as a street food in Turkey and in many parts of the world and while many have tried to duplicate the taste of shawarma in their own kitchens it is really difficult to get the Turkish taste without the tower. You can come very close but the tower gives it a different flavor. It makes perfect sense to simply go to a Turkish restaurant Toronto where highly experienced chefs make genuine shawarma.
Experience baklava in Turkish restaurant Toronto
Baklava is food for the rich is an expression used in Turkey. There is a special reason in history because baklava was the top choice of pastry for the Turkish sultans and their large harems including wealthy families. Pistachio and honey that are ingredients of baklava are considered to be aphrodisiacs when taken regularly. Certain spices like cinnamon and cardamom augmented the aphrodisiacs and remained to be used today. There were hardly any changes to the baklava’s perfect taste and texture except that it now graces the dining tables of different countries and enjoyed by ordinary people. For an authentic Baklava dessert, try Turkish restaurant Toronto.