How to make Turkish Soup 'Supa - ezogelin'

How to make Turkish soup 'Supa - ezogelin'


Starting the day eating soup for breakfast in Turkey is widespread, especially in rural areas.

How to make Turkish Soup 'Supa - ezogelin'

The soup has a special place in Turkish cuisine. In Turkey, there is a common habit that in mahogany food starts with soup, regardless of the season. This is no exception for the rich or poor, those who live in a village or town, so this is a habit of every stratum of society. The soup, which in many cultures is usually served at lunch or dinner, in Turkish cuisine can be consumed at any meal of the day. Starting the day eating soup for breakfast is widespread, especially in rural areas. Today we will share with you an authentic Turkish cuisine soup that bears the Anatolian flavor. The soup is called "ezogelin" which in Turkish means Ezo bride. The name of the soup is thought to come from a woman named Ezo, who is said to have lived in Gaziantep, a province in southeastern Turkey. The main soup bowl, which is delicious and very practical to prepare is the red lentil, which is a very nutritious plant. If you're ready, let's move on to this recipe. 

To begin with, as always, let's list the costs we need to cook "esogel" soup

1 ½ glass of water with red lentils

3 tablespoons rice

2 tablespoons oatmeal

1 dry onion

1 teaspoon tomato sauce

1 tablespoon butter

6 cups of hot water

1 teaspoon mint seasoning (soft pepper)

1 teaspoon salt

About the service:

Half lemon juice

1 teaspoon of non-chili powder red pepper

Now it's time to cook the soup. First, start with lots of water lentils until the white water drains out of them. Boil the hot water in a pot and add the washed lentils. Add 3 tablespoons of rice, 2 tablespoons Bulgarian and 1 teaspoon salt, and then simmer for 35 minutes, until the lentils are softened. In a separate skillet, melt the butter and begin to fry a finely chopped onion. After the onions are fried add a teaspoon of tomato sauce and then a mint teaspoon. All together fry for another two minutes. Add the cooked carrot to the pot where we have cooked the lentils and stir for another 10 minutes. The soup can be warmed by adding lemon and red pepper powder as desired. Enjoy your meal!

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