Dane bulgur hassa (16th century)

Dane bulgur hassa (16th century)

Bulgur pilaf with chestnut, raisins, chickpeas and spices


Pilaf, which is one of the popular dishes of today’s modern Turkish cuisine, was also cooked in Ottoman palace cuisine. In the palace kitchen, instead of plain rice, dane-i bulgur-ı hassa were made and, blended with extra course wheat, raisins, spices, chickpeas and chestnuts. In this way, it could easily be consumed as a single course.

Ottoman cuisine was a culinary culture which grew from the 15th century onwards and was shaped by an elite group, who lived in and around Istanbul’s Palace, an elite who took pleasure in good food.


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