Trabzon You Have Never Seen! Famous Turkish KOFTE, Local People

Trabzon is the pearl of the black sea. Come with me to see Trabzon City in a different way! With blue and green natural structure, rich produce, food, cultural assets, lively vivacious people, Trabzon is worth visiting every season.
In the first episode I tasted special Akçaabat köfte in two different restaurants. I also talk with the local people. You will be watching a different Trabzon From my perspective 😊
Places you have seen in the video by appearance:
Akçaabat Orta Mahalle:
Yıldızlı District:
Komaroğlu Köfte Restaurant:
Nihat Usta Restaurant:
The recipes I made In the video:
Turkish pogaca with cheese filling:
Orange Hazelnut Cookies:
Türkiyh Mini Breads:
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16 thoughts on “Trabzon You Have Never Seen! Famous Turkish KOFTE, Local People

  1. Sayeda M Anjoom says:

    As salamu alaikum. I watch Turkish soaps. There I see almost all women wearing dresses just like western women – short, open, low neck. I rarely see women with scarves. I always wonder when muslim women must wear long dresses and should cover throat, neck and head, why no one in Turksh dramas wear this kinda out fits ! Swalat is mandatory for muslim, how women pray with these dresses ! Ms. Ayse Nur has amazed me. Her out fit goes with Islamic Culture, very decent, Alhamdulillah. She mentions about praying too. I appreciate very much Ayse Nur, tesekkular !

  2. M N says:

    Jazak Allah khayran sister for these very nice videos. I can see you are saying bismiAllah before eating but why are you eating with your left hand? I know you are muslim so why not following your prophet and eat with your right hand instead? Thanks again for great videos.

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