Mahmudiyye (1539)

Mahmudiyye (1539)

Cinnamon and clove flavoured chicken stew cooked with apricots, raisins, honey and almonds


During the 15th and 16th centuries, Mahmudiyye was served at opulent dinner parties in the Ottoman capital of Bursa. Originally named after Sultan Mahmud, it was a lavish mix of chicken cooked with raisins, currants, apricots, and almonds—it was a real celebration of ingredients and wealth.

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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Afiyet olsun, bon appetit!