Traditional Turkish Pide with Diced Lamb
Pide is a type of flat bread that is one of the most special foods of Turkish traditional palate and is common in Turkey, Middle Eastern and Balkan cuisines, dating back to the 15th century.
Pide can be used in daily tables instead of bread and can also be consumed during special months such as Ramadan or with meat dishes such as kebab.
Pide gains the distinction of being a magnificent meal that can be consumed by itself and can be eaten at any time of the day when it is baked in a stone oven with minced meat, meat, vegetables or cheese etc.
Pide has varieties according to the ingredients; Minced Meat, Diced Meat, Mixed, Egg, Vegetable, Cheese etc.
In addition, pide, which has been made Vegan and Vegetarian varieties in recent times, is indispensable for people who choose vegetarian or vegan cuisine.
Pide has different shapes such as open, closed, long-thin, round shapes according to the ingredient it contains.
Pide is mostly consumed with soups, seasonal salads, appetizers and cold drinks such as yoghurt drink/ayran.
Diced Lamb, onions, peppers, tomatoes, parsley, flat bread
May contain dairy products.