What a simple and tasty idea! We've made this two times since I first came across it in the original issue. I love how quickly it comes together, the unique presentation, and the interesting blend of spices. I have never bothered looking into the pomegranate molasses because in my years of cooking I've not encountered any other recipes that use it. Personally, I think the recipe stands just fine with the suggested substitution of honey and lemon juice. This is a great weeknight meal.
Turkish Turkey Pizza
JasonM Posted: 08/25/09
EllenDeller Posted: 03/08/11
Very moist and delicious. Made as written except that I doubled the cumin and the pomegranate molasses, as well as adding a TB of pomegranate juice. Served with baked sweet potatoes (perfect combination!), steamed summer squash, and warm pita on the side. We added crushed red pepper at the table. Fantastic!
susannahclair Posted: 05/11/09
One of our regular weeknight recipes. Extra turkey mixture (since you can't buy just a 1/2 pound) goes to the kids since it's not spicy at all. We serve with a green salad. Yum.
ChefLeesher Posted: 05/17/12
This was way better than I thought it would be! Hubby says it is kinda like a sloppy joe.We used oat bran pitas, more cumin and the lemon/honey substitute for the pom molasses. Next time I will double the yogurt (we used greek).
Katmanduu Posted: 01/15/14
Oof. I was not impressed by this recipe at all. I made it exactly as stated and it was really bland to me. I won't be making it again, I would have to change too much and at that point it's a whole different recipe.