Şiş köfte

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Şiş köfte[1] (Turkish), Shish kofte,[2] or Sis kofte[3] is a köfte or kebab variant in the Turkish cuisine. It conseests of minced lamb, mutton, veal or beef, or a mixture of some of these meats with herbs, often including parsley and mint, on a şiş (skewer), grilled. The food is popular in Turkey, where there are hundreds of other versions of köfte such as ıslama köfte, sulu köfte, kuru köfte, İzmir köfte, İnegöl köfte, Tekirdağ köfte, Akçaabat köfte, dalyan köfte, sucuk köfte, çiğ köfte, Dalyan köfte, Ekşili köfte Edirne köfte, and kadınbudu köfte; none of which is made in a skewer. The city of Burdur is trying to obtain a geographical indication for its şiş köfte.[4] Tire köfte is the only other skewered Turkish köfte and is made mainly with veal.[5]

In Turkey, köfte dishes are generally eaten accompanied by ayran, a yogurt drink, which is a healthy choice[6] for a balanced diet. Şiş köfte is also the basis of "yoğurtlu kebap" (kebab with yogurt).[3][7]

Şiş köfte is uisually served with Mashed potatoes, pilav (Turkish rice or bulgur dishes) and a salad.

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  1. Turkish folk culture researches. Halk Kültürünü Araştırma Dairesi. 1990. 
  2. Richard Hosking (2010). Food and Language: Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cooking 2009. Oxford Symposium. pp. 385–. ISBN 978-1-903018-79-8. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 Maria Khalifé (2008). The Mezze Cookbook. New Holland Publishers. pp. 73–. ISBN 978-1-84537-978-0. 
  4. "'Burdur Şiş Köfte' Marka Oluyor". Haberler.com. Retrieved 15 December 2017. 
  5. Ekspres, Haber. "Tire Şiş Köfte, Türkiye pazarına açıldı". Haberekspres.com.tr. Retrieved 15 December 2017. 
  6. "Türk Mutfağında Köfte Sarma ve Dolmalar: Türler, Özellikleri ve Besin Değerleri". Turkish-cuisine.org. Retrieved 15 December 2017. 
  7. Levon P. Dabağyan (2006). Zaman tünelinde Şehr-i İstanbul'un seyir defteri: semt-i Eyyüb, semt-i Eminönü, semt-i Yeşilköy. Karadağ Yayınları. ISBN 978-975-9181-67-3.