Ideal for lunch, supper, a savoury snack, or a starter, these patties are tasty and versatile. You can even make miniature ones and serve them as a nibble with drinks. If you like a little fire on your palate, then add more Turkish red pepper or chillies to the recipe. Serve the fritters warm with a salad.
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Ghillie Basan is a food and travel writer. She is the author of Classic Turkish Cookery, The Modern Tagine Cookbook and Flavours of the Middle East.