Written by Katie Parla on March 23, 2010

Keşkek @ Borsa

Keşkek is a starchy boiled wheat stew with chickpeas and chicken or lamb traditionally eaten for breakfast on holidays in Anatolia. The ingredients are cooked together in a ceramic vessel and mashed with a wooden spoon, which gives a slightly stringy texture to the finished product. Alternatively, you can go to Borsa in Istanbul and have a very fancy version as a starter.

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