Description

Simit & Turkish Tea Demonstration with Chef Özlem Warren 

Date: Saturday, 14 May 2022
Time: 2 – 4 pm
Fee: £30
Class Size: Min. 4 – Max.15 participants

Sold by wandering street vendors or bakeries in every corner of the city, best eaten on the ferry, combined with a triangle of soft cheese and a cup of warm, red coloured Turkish tea, the humble simit is the archetypal symbol of Istanbul and of broader Turkish cuisine.  

In this workshop, the award-winning chef and author of ‘Özlem’s Turkish Table: Recipes from My Homeland’, Özlem Warren will tell you the secrets to making this ring-shaped, doughy Turkish delight. Dipped in sweet molasses, coated in a sea of sesame seeds and baked to perfection, simit is best paired with a cup of Turkish tea! Join us at Yunus Emre Institute London to have the entire experience and have a taste of Istanbul’s streets in London! 

Allergen information: The recipe in this workshop may contain traces of wheat, fish, dairy, eggs, soy and nuts. Unfortunately, the original recipes cannot be modified to accommodate any substitutions or alterations. Please contact us before booking your course if you need further information about the ingredients. Kindly note that any food consumed is done so under your own risk.