In the local iftar menus we made during Ramadan, there is the Adana table that receives the most requests from you today. When we talked about Adana, we talked to my aunt Nursen, one of the first people we thought of, and we brought you an incredibly delicious menu.

Put 1 large glass of wheat in the pressure cooker. Add 2 pieces of marrow, 1 teaspoon of salt and 1,5 liters of cold water and close the lid. ·

At the end of the period, open the lid and add 1 glass of boiled chickpeas. Filter the excess water and serve it to the plate. · In a large saucepan, stir in 2 tablespoons butter and 4 handful of wire noodles over low heat until brown. · Crunchy wire noodles sprinkle over the forged rice


1 large cup of wheat

Boiled chickpeas in 1 cup

2 pieces marrow bone

2 tablespoons butter

4 handful of wire noodle

1 teaspoon salt

black pepper

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