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Turkish Lahmacun (pronounced Larmarjoon)



4 portion(s)


  • Use pizza dough recipe from EDC, (makes 4)


  • 3 cloves garlic
  • 1 onion, (quartered)
  • 20g oil
  • 500g lamb mince
  • 1 Tbspn EDC Veggie stock concentrate
  • 3 Tbspns Tomato or capsicum paste
  • 1 bunch parsley
  • 1 red capsicum, (de-seeded & cut into chunks)
  • sumac to sprinkle
  • Chilli flakes to sprinkle
  • Lemon wedges to squeeze over for serving

Recipe's preparation

  1. - Use the pizza dough recipe in the EDC (makes 4)

  2. - Make your topping while waiting for dough to rise in Thermo Server or Mat

  3. Topping
  4. - Place your chunks of red capsicum and parsley (in that order) into the Thermo

  5. - Blitz on speed 6 for 2-3 seconds

  6. - Take out and set aside

  7. - Put your garlic & onion into Thermo and blitz on speed 7 for 5 seconds

  8. - Add oil and saute on 100c speed 1 for 2 mins

  9. - Add mince, tomato paste and veggie stock concentrate and cook on 100c speed 2 for 10mins (leave the MC off so steam can evapourate).

  10. Assemble & Bake
  11. - Warm your oven to 220c and line 2 trays with baking paper

  12. - Divide the dough into 4 oval shaped portions and roll out with a floured rolling pin

  13. - Fold the edges over to form the pointed oval shape like that in my photo

  14. - Spread meat topping over bases followed by parsley capsicum topping

  15. - Bake for 10-15mins

  16. - Take out, sprinkle with Sumac & Chilli flakes (if desired) then drizzle with Lemon juice


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I love Cumin and like to sprinkle it on the meat topping before the parsley capsicum mix goes on. Gives it that extra middle eastern flavour....

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  • Love this recipe, done it

    Submitted by vkestelboim on 10. July 2015 - 21:22.

    Love this recipe, done it twice already, but used turkey mince instead and turnsout very good indeed.

    Thanks for sharing the recipe, my guests loved it. Both times I had leftovers from the cooked mince so I froze it and used it for a dinner meal for my toddler with rice. Works out perfect.

    I took photos both times but not sure how to upload here. I just did different shape from the photo, smalll circles so I could have more quantity instead of a few big ones.

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  • This will be coming soon to

    Submitted by FunwithmyThermie on 23. August 2014 - 22:48.

    This will be coming soon to my blog www.ajourneyinmykitchen.com

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  • Tried this recipe with good

    Submitted by jennytanyl on 1. June 2014 - 17:50.

    Tried this recipe with good success.  The mince was so easy to cook in the thermie.  I loved turkish boreks too.  Do you have a reccipe for this too?


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  • Thanks for your response

    Submitted by FunwithmyThermie on 6. May 2014 - 16:27.

    Thanks for your response Nerak, glad you liked it and tweaked it to your liking - good on you. 



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  • Absolutely loved this recipe,

    Submitted by Nerak on 6. May 2014 - 16:08.

    Absolutely loved this recipe, we order Lahmacun when we go to our local Turkish takeout but not any more.

    Taste great, the only thing I did different was drain the capsicum parsley mix because it was very wet.

    This is a keeper in our house, thanks for recipe. 


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