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Keskek is a ceremonial meat and wheat dish eaten in Anatolia, traditionally cooked for weddings and other other large celebrations. It’s a really satisfying and filling meal of lamb cooked in an aromatic broth with chickpeas and cracked wheat, then topped with brown butter (flavoured here with our BIBER BLEND and KAMMUN BLEND)
1 hr 20 mins
Also works a treat with: Mutton or goat
Goes great with: Chilli and garlic pickles (p194) and pitta (p1968) from How to Be a Mezze Legend