This Is Your Brain on turkish guns
This is a quick and easy recipe I learned from a Turkish friend of mine, so I hope it’s useful for someone. The reason I’m calling it ‘turkish guns’ is because even though they are “turkish”, the ingredients are actually from my home country. The turkish sauce is made from tomatoes and garlic, and the ketchup is a borscht recipe from my Hungarian heritage.
While this recipe calls for tomatoes and garlic, I recommend using a wide variety of ingredients. While the turkish sauce can be made in bulk, it is better to make it yourself to save money.
Since I don’t own a turkish sauce bottle, I have no idea if this recipe will work for you. If it does, you can throw a few of the ingredients into a food processor and blend it into a sauce. If not, just leave the ingredients out of the recipe and you will be fine.
In any case, this recipe is for a simple turkish sauce that is great for a quick and easy weeknight meal.
This recipe is for the simple turkish sauce you need for any time of the day. Simply add all of the ingredients and mix well. You can also add a little yogurt or sour cream for a little creaminess.
This recipe is for a simple turkish sauce that has a light and tangy taste to it. Mix it well.
Since we’re in the middle of a turkey hunting season, we’re going to need a quick and easy turkey-friendly gravy recipe, or else we’re going to end up with a turkey-centric Thanksgiving dinner. You can add a bit of sour cream or yogurt to the turkey and gravy mixture to make it a bit more tangy.
The Turkey Guy is the only person in the world who will not be able to drink the gravy and it’s the biggest turkey-related secret.
And it’s just as easy a recipe for turkey-centric meals as you can get your mind off turkey-centric things. The turkey-centric meals make you much more inclined to turkey-centric recipes.
Its not a secret turkey-centric recipe as much as it’s a secret turkey-centric recipe recipe. Turkey-centric recipes are a common topic on this site. It’s also a common topic on the site of the turkey-centric chef who makes a mean turkey-centric dinner. If you want to know when turkey-centric cooking became popular, look no further than the turkey-centric cookbooks of the 1920s.