Keskek (6 Portion)
It is a meal given in ceremonies such as weddings, engagement, circumcision, and special days in Turkish cuisine. Keskek is a traditional flavor made with lamb or chicken meat and wheat.
Preparations are started one night in advance for this dish, which is preferred as a wedding meal in its original recipe. In the traditional cooking method, the wheat is cleaned and the shells are separated. Meat and wheat are boiled separately and then combined.
This traditional wedding meal; it is immigrant food. Keskek is very common in Western, Eastern, and Central Anatolia as well as in Thrace. It differs according to the regions in terms of the ingredients. It is usually made with lamb and cracked wheat.