Perfect Turkish Foods for Vegetarian Tourists

Are you planning for a tour in Turkey? But then, you suddenly worry about the availability of foods for vegetarians like you or your companion. Don’t worry at all. Although the people in the country of Turkey are usually known as meat eaters, they also love eating vegetables. Beef or lamb are usually added in the recipe of Turkish cuisine. There are many vegetable recipes as well. Take a look at your favorite choice of vegetable menu good for vegetarians.

In the above infographic, you can see about the top 5 Vegan Turkish foods. Aside from these menu, check for the perfect recipe for your own taste!

Coban Salatasi. This is also known as Turkish Shepherd’s Salad. It is a mixture of chopped tomatoes, cucumber, minced onions, and parsley on top. The dressing is made of lemon extract or juice, olive oil, and of course, salt.

Nohut. This is a traditional Turkish food which is a mixture of peas and some flavor. This dish is also known as chickpeas.

Menemen. This is a Turkish style omelet which is spicy, a mixture of scrambled egg, onions, tomatoes, and green pepper. It is one of the best choices for a breakfast meal.

Cacik. This Turkish food is a mixture of yogurt, cucumber mix, olive oil, garlic, and salt. You can find this food in all restaurants in Turkey.

Borek. It is a pastry dish filled with mostly cheese and spinach. This dish comes with various Turkish style. Some restaurants would add ground beef. Some will add sliced eggplant.

So, if you are a traveler, don’t miss these Turkish foods before going back to your own country.