When I was a little girl, our family would go to the Turkish Markt at least twice a month. It was a big hall full of products from Turkey. The things I remember the most was the leather Jackets and bottled sausages. The one thing that we never miss to do is have lunch at our favorite Shoarma stalls. Actually there are many stalls selling the same thing in a row. The aroma of tall rolling griller really makes your mouth water. Each Shoarma will be served with a sort of pita bread cut in the middle. Lots of lettuce, tomato, and heaps of shoarma. Mayonaise, tomato ketchup and mint chutney will always be on the table and I would add heap of it..hhhmmm luv it!
The Arabic word shawarma comes from the Turkishword çevirme / ‘turning’, and has its origins in Anatolia. It is similar to…
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