Turkish Cheese Meat Pie - Turkish Lamb Pie



Turkish Cheese Meat Pie is an amazing authentic Turkish dish that simple to make and perfect for dinner and gathering.

Cooking Time 1 Hour.

What You'll Need:

1- 2 Cups Flour

2- Mozzarella, Edam and Cheddar Cheese

3- 1/2 kg Small cube Lamp Fillet

4- 2 gloves of garlic

5- 2 Medium Size Onion

6-1 Red and green Bell pepper

7- Small Pinch Fennel Sesame Seeds for garnish

8- 1 tsp. salt

9- 1/2 tsp. black pepper, Chili Flakes



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    3 Discussions


    1 year ago

    Hey, this looks pretty good!!

    In order to be published live on the site however, we do require multiple written steps with photos in each. You're almost there though! If you'd like to edit and add a few additional steps to outline the process of making this dish with a few more photos, that would be awesome.

    Instructables is a place primarily where people come to see written tutorials on how to make things, but videos are always welcome as long as they accompany full written content. If you have questions, please ask and I would love to help you out. Welcome to the site! :)

    Sam (seamster)

    Community Manager

    2 replies

    Reply 1 year ago

    I will alter the artical very soon, thanks for the tips!


    Reply 1 year ago

    Cool, no rush! You should check out this guide that covers what it takes to have your Instructables featured: https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Create-a-F...

    I noticed a couple of your posts were "experiment" types of videos. In order to not waste your time though, I figured I'd mention also that for content to be published it needs to be "how-to" in nature, meaning you show the process of how to make some physical object, typically. Just another tip! ;) Check out projects on the homepage for a good snapshot of the type of content authors share, and for the level of quality needed to get some attention on the site. Cheers!