From kofte to sarma, Iraqi chef offers Turkish cuisine to locals

From kofte to sarma, Iraqi chef offers Turkish cuisine to locals

Sara Sabah tried Anatolian dishes during her travels to Türkiye in summer

KIRKUK, Iraq (AA) – A young chef in Iraq’s Kirkuk region offers Turkish cuisine to locals at a counter she has set up at a market.

Sara Sabah told Anadolu she tried Anatolian cuisine during her travels to Türkiye in the summer, and then decided to introduce the food culture to the Arab country.

She makes dishes such as meat balls or kofte, Yaprak sarma, which are stuffed vine leaves, Turkish ravioli, or manti, as well as Lokum, also known as Turkish delight.

Sabah said Iraqis have taken a great interest in the Turkish cuisine in the last few years due to increase in their travel to Türkiye.

She soon plans to open a restaurant in Kirkuk, the city home to a diverse population.


​​​​​​​*Writing by Erdogan Cagatay Zontur

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