Lahmacun/Turkse pizza/Turkish pizza with Lambdöner

18 Dec

A Turkish pizza is, like a ‘regular’ pizza, a round piece of dough. But the difference with a regular pizza is that it comes standard with meat. The standard Turkish pizza is made out of this dough and has a mixture of minced meat, onion, tomato and parsley on top. When ordering a regular Turkish pizza you will get some extras on top. Normally consisting out of lettuce, tomatoes and onions. After all the ingredients are put on top of the Turkish pizza, it is rolled into a wrap.

Very often you can order a Turkish pizza with extra meat. In this case, I had some extra lambdöner on top. The pizza was further topped with sliced tomatoes, some lettuce and onion. The sauces were sambal sauce and garlic sauce.

 

 

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One Response to “Lahmacun/Turkse pizza/Turkish pizza with Lambdöner”

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  1. Turkish Pizza from Ak-Mir Döner, Leiden « Dude What's My Food? - April 15, 2012

    […] Earlier, I posted about a Turkish Pizza filled with lambdöner. This time, it’s just a plain Turkish Pizza and it’s from another place. As said before, a Turkih Pizza is dough in pizza form which is topped with minced meat and vegetables. These vegetables were red and green peppers and probably some onions. After ordering it, they put the already made Turkisch Pizza in the oven to warm it up. After getting it out of the oven they asked me what I wanted on top (of my regular Turkish Pizza) and after replying: “everything”, they put lettuce and onions in it and topped it all with sambal sauce and garlic sauce. This is then rolled up into a wrap and rolled into aluminnium foil. I got my Turkish Pizza and followed R. to his place were I unwrapt it and took a delicious bite out of it: […]

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