Cokertme Kebab Recipe (Bodrum Kebab)

Saturday, September 3, 2011


It is another nice recipe from Bodrum. I have been there recently, it is very nice coast city which is famous with White houses without roof. Nice weather, nice beach, night life, everything is there.
Cokertme is the name of a village in Bodrum and this kebab is specially there.
In some places I ate with fillet meat, and some others with Kofte (burger), I like burger more so I cooked that way.

Ingredients

500 gr ground meat
2 onions
2 cloves garlic
1 egg
1 table spoon bread crumbs
3 tomatoes
1 table spoon tomato paste
3 big potatoes
Yogurt
Parsley
Black Pepper
Red pepper
Cumin
Salt

Grate the potatoes, add some salt and fry, it will be like chips; it is really nice and I have never tried to fry grated patatoes, it is great taste.
For kofte: meat, grated onions, garlic, egg, bread crumbs, salt, black pepper, red pepper and cumin; mix them all and knead for 5 minutes, you can make the shape however you like, and with little oil fry them or if you like you can prefer to cook it in oven as well.


For the sauce: grate tomatoes, with some oil and tomato paste cook a few minutes, add some salt and red pepper.
For the service: put potato and yogurt on it (I prefer to add some garlic into the yogurt) put koftes, tomato sauces, and chopped parsley.
Serve warm.


Bon Appétit.

8 comments:

Candace said...

Yesim, this is another recipe that looks absolutely delicious! Thank you for sharing it!

veronica@mycatholickitchen.com said...

What a wonderful recipe. It looks very flavorful.

The Mom Chef said...

I agree with Candace and Veronica. This dish looks fantastic. I love kofte of any kind. And yes, frying potatoes is the ultimate way to eat them. I just wish my hips agreed with that! :)

Anonymous said...

thanks for sharing it, will try to make it ;) hani-indonesia

Kim @ Foodin New ENgland said...

I like these alot, its something i know my family will like. :) I found you on "Cooking Up A Storm All Over The World!"

Paulette L Motzko said...

Dear Yesim,
You really have created a wonderful site here!

Would you like to share some of your amazing Vegetarian Recipes on Cooking Up A Storm All Over the World!(c)

If you would like to re-post any of then on my "No Meat But Lots of Flavor" section on my site, I could give you Author's Rights. :-)

I am also looking on how to put one of your badges on my site. :-)

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You just inspired me to create it!

God bless you Yesim!

Polly Motzko
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Stella said...

Just discovered your blog, and I love it! There are lots of recipes that I would like to try.

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