|In the 1960s, thousands of Turkish guest workers Gastarbeiter made their way to West Germany to work, following the waves of Italian, Spanish, and Greek workers who had preceded them||There is no doubt that Turkey has a strong claim on the Kebab as a general preparation|
|1 medium red onion, thinly sliced• All cooked on a vertical rotisserie and served in sandwich form||Rather than appear in a poof of meat flavoured smoke|
|As with any culinary creation, sourcing its actual origin is always problematic — like most things, food and recipes evolve||Ingredients• What Nurman claims to have offered that was different, was serving it in a form that customers could carry away with them|
|There is also the option to break down journey costs according to the number of people travelling, extremely useful for carpooling||Our app includes Michelin maps and routes with real-time traffic info, GPS navigation with voice guidance and community alerts|
|But to ask most Berliners — the name would seem entirely unfamiliar||You can also transfer route calculation from your computer to the app by saving the route as a Favourite in your Michelin account|
|Documented in the earliest known photo a vertical kebab taken in 1855 by the British photographer — famous for documenting the Fall of Sevastopol in the Crimean war, the same year||1 teaspoon ground cumin• 2-3 tablespoons maple syrup Tandoori cauliflower• Soon Turkish citizens would become the largest group of guest workers in West Germany|
|1 tomato, sliced• You can also view and book any of the hotels selected from the MICHELIN Guide||And perhaps this is where we are getting somewhere — the difference is preparation and presentation|
Not even the only Turkish-German immigrant to have done so.
But the legend of his resourcefulness and imagination lives on; with it the questions of the accuracy of the claim.
Chili flakes, for garnish• With ViaMichelin you can at no additional cost.
Sumac, for garnish• Beyti even boasts of having catered for U.
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Adapting it to a plant-based diet is just another way the versatile dish serves the evolving food culture of Germany.