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« on: September 08, 2012, 12:49:52 AM »


A Turkish kumpir is a baked potato with all kinds of far-out trimmings, like corn, peas, green olives, pickles, butter, monterey jack cheese, ketchup and mayo, hot dogs, chicken and a dollop of potato salad made from most of the ingredients named above. Kumpir apparently became a popular street food in Turkey about 15 years ago.



How to make Kumpir:


     4 large potatoes
     4 tablespoons butter
     8 tablespoons of grated parmesan cheese
     1 coffee cup sliced ​​green olives
     1 coffee cup sliced ​​black olives
     Russian salad (side dish and a small jar of mayonnaise prepared)


     Wash and dry the potatoes. Drill thin holes on each one. Individually wrapped in tinfoil, preheat the oven to 200 degrees and cook 1 hour.
     Take out the potatoes. Cut the potatoes open from side to side with a knife. Add one tablespoon of butter each, sprinkle with salt and mix thoroughly with the tip of the knife.
     Cheddar cheese, slice ​​black olives and ​​green olives. Paylaşıtırıp Russian salad, ketchup, optionally serve immediately.

Different materials:

     Sausages chopped into small cubes. Cook sausage in a skillet heat with oil. Add the tomato puree and cook for 1-2 minutes.
     Canned corn.
     sautéed mushrooms etc. accordance with a lot of taste to prepare your palate.

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