Kumpir is the best Turkish food.
4 pcs oversized potato
2 tablespoons butter
1 water glass shredded cheese
2 units medium carrot
1 water glass boiled corn
1/2 glass of water chopped black olives
1/2 glass of water chopped green olives without seeds
8 units gherkin pickled cucumber
4 tablespoons American salad
2 tablespoons mayonnaise
2 tablespoons ketchup
1/4 tea spoon salt
Dry over large size potatoes washed with plenty of water with the help of a paper towel. Use a sharp knife to drill holes over the potatoes.
Firmly wrap the kumpirlik potatoes with baking paper or aluminum foil (with the bright side out of the way of food). Cook potatoes for 90 minutes in a pre-heated 200-degree oven to prevent them from becoming raw.
Draw the middle parts of the potatoes that come out of the flour and harden their shells with the help of a sharp knife.
Crush the middle portions of the potatoes with the desired amount of butter and grated kashar cheese. Be prepared to smell the kitchen like butter with the heat of the potatoes.
Take potatoes cooked in the oven to the serving plates, which you have seasoned with salt and butter and grated cheddar cheese.
Grate the carrots that you rob the shell with the thick side of the grate. Cut the gherkin pickles that you pick up in small pieces.
Mix the boiled garnish (peas, carrots, potatoes) with the mayonnaise after draining the water and prepare the American salads.
Respectively. Served without waiting with the addition of American salads, grated carrots, chopped corn cucumber pickles, boiled corn, chopped green and black olives as well as ketchup. Share with your loved ones.