In Istanbul , Kitchenware, Food & Turkish Life

We are shopping in the biggest street market in Istanbul with my daughter and mother-in-law for clothes, kitchenware, and food, after having a hearty breakfast! Then we go back to have lunch and cook dinner. Come with us 🙂
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The sugarless cookie recipe ingredients:
2 heaped tbsp butter
5 tbsp olive oil
1 cup finely chopped dates (better if you boil them in half cup of water until it becomes a paste to corporate with the dough easily)
2 tbsp thick plain yogurt
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
about 2+1/2 to 3 cups of flour
2 tsp baking powder
pinch of salt
Notes: I would suggest adding 1/4 cup molasses or honey for extra sweetness, or 1/2 cup raisins, or if you already consume granulated sugar, adding at least 1/3 cup of sugar.
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35 thoughts on “Shopping In Istanbul Street Market – Clothes, Kitchenware, Food & Turkish Life VLOG

  1. Pejca Marjeta says:

    I like a lot your blog about food. Couple days ago I was in İstanbul. When you see all things with your own eyes is much more beautiful. All fresh food, spices and lots more… Your city is the best in the world. Defenitely I must come again. All the best from Slovenia. Görüşürüz.

  2. Waliza Hoque says:

    I love your vlog. Thanks for showing detailed video. I wish i had friends in intanbul so that when i visit Turkey ( InshaAllah) i get to see the regular lifestyle of people of turkey…. Turkey is fascinating .

  3. Mary A says:

    I am curious to know the order of your meals. Do you have your main dinner in the middle of the day, followed by a late afternoon tea and sweets and then a light supper? I love your recipes and have tried many of them.

  4. tre6 tenka says:

    Yes I'm with you and is 6.00 in the morning.
    All I have here is nothing for eat.hahha I have finish it the last flower. I need to make market buy. Hahaha I love outside markets. And a big walking.
    I love pitas. I love the color of the dress that the man is offering you.
    Saluti from me.
    Take care.

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