Dugun Yahnisi - Turkish Wedding Stew (MasBar)

by - Monday, January 03, 2011

Dugun Yahnisi
I haven't participated MasBar event for a long time, sooo miss to join it again, so here I come :D. I thought I was late, but as the good news the event is opened until December 9, 2011 ^^. The theme is CELEBRATION, so we have to submit a cooking that is usually served on a certain celebration. I then looked for food photos in my computer's cooking folder and found this Dugun Yahnisi (Turkish Wedding Stew). According to the magazine which I got the recipe from, this stew is often served on wedding parties in Turkey. It's so easy to make and the taste is really good. I reduced the amount of water suggested by the recipe and added more tomato paste. And... I really love the final result that was saucy and thick, definitely my favorite :D. Pouring it on pasta? Perfect! ^^


Dugun Yahnisi (Turkish Wedding Stew)
Source: Majalah Koki


Ingredients:
500 gram beef or lamb, cut into chunks
2 onions, chopped
1 big tomato, coarsely chopped
1 tsp tomato paste
5 tbsp canola oil
1 ltr cooked water (tata: lessen the amount :D)
100 ml water
2 tbsp all purpose flour
½ tsp black pepper, coarsely ground
½ tsp white pepper powder
½ tsp paprika powder
½ tsp thyme
Salt to taste

Directions:
Sauté beef chunks with canola oil until half done. Pour in cooked water and cook for 30-40 minutes until the beef are tender. Add in chopped onion, chopped tomato, and tomato paste. Stir evenly. Remove from heat. Mix well 100 ml water with all purpose flour. Cook over a low heat until the color turns yellowish. Remove from heat. Reheat the stew and add in the flour mix, stir the stew evenly. Last, add in paprika powder, thyme, salt, and ground white & black pepper. Cook for another 10 minutes. Turn the heat off and serve.

Dugun Yahnisi 2

Tadını iyi yemek ve sahip büyük bir gün, dostlarım! ^^

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8 comments

  1. This look so yummy! Add it to my list to try :D
    Happy New Year 2011 to you & family!!

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  2. @Kids Dream Work: Yes, it is, Ai Ping :D. Try this stew out soon, it's really easy and delicious. This is my very first time cooking Dugun Yahnisi and directly fall in love with it. The combination of beef and tomato-y saucy stew is just perfect :D. Happy belated new year too to you and family, wish you a very great year ahead :D

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  3. I must try this Turkish soup! Looks so comforting and delicious.

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  4. waduh...buka di saat yg salah nih.lagi klaperan tengah malam...jadi semakin lapar :k:

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  5. @Anncoo: You're right Ann :D. Yes, don't forget to let me know about your Dugun Yahnisi later ya :D

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  6. @Sysyl: Hehehehe ^^v. Kan kamu jagonya bikin pancake Syl, gih bikih pancake yang banyak trus bagi2 ma aku ^^

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  7. What a perfect dish for our cold and damp weather. It looks delicious and sounds very easy to make. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  8. @Mary: You're totally right Mary :D. I think you should give a try to Turkish cuisine and then post the recipes on your informative blog :D

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