Submitted by enr on 14 Nov 2010
500-600 g lamb without bone, torn in small pieces
500-600 g pork meat without bone, torn in small pieces
500-600 g beef without bone, torn in small pieces
4 tomatoes (ripe)
4 green peppers
350-400 g firm feta cheese (Mulletotiri, Pecorino, Parmesan), diced
1/2 cup red wine
2 garlic cloves
1/2 cup olive oil
salt, pepper, oregano, salt
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Well washed-salting meat and sprinkle with black pepper and oregano, and arrange in a baking dish with a lid or a large clay casseroles, among the pieces put in small pieces chopped garlic. Slice the pepper and tomato slices, and arrange half on meat and half diced feta cheese. Arrange on top the rest of meat and other top peppers, tomatoes and feta cheese. Pour over the wine and olive oil and close. Bake about 2 hours at 200 C. You should not put extra liquid, because the meat and vegetables also placed. Can be served with rice, mashed potatoes, salad, baked potato. The dish is 5-6 servings.
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sounds very well, will certainly try, but perhaps without the lamb, because at home it is very honorable. Annie, this cheese can you replace with Bulgarian sheep or goat cheese or cheese?

I do not think that will happen Milenche- must be hard cheese. Cheese as kefalotiri, pecorino, parmesan hard and only weak, unless they are shredded. I at first I thought it would be very confused taste for different meat and therefore we do not, but once guests tried it and I liked (even of mint fastidious).

Turkish recipe with pork? Very interesting work! :)

name is Turkish recipe from cooking show, where she was introduced to Turkish dish. Maybe someone more familiar to explain :)

recipe really vzimstvana of Turkish cuisine but adapted, of course, the original pork instead they put chicken. And in the Pirin region, has a similar recipe which includes rabbit, add the olives, cooked in a clay pot and told him kapama summer. Otherwise *Gyulbashi* in Turkish literally means *Head of the Rose*, in this case is understood *Great Rose*.

Yes, certainly in different parts prepared razlichno- recently ate in the tavern made only with pork.