The Roasted Red Pepper with Tahini is surprising and very tasty. Tahini is ground sesame seeds and usually is a small ingredient when making hummus, but in this meze it is more predominant. You can add these ingredients to your own taste, but here is my interpretation.
In a small bowl place:
2 cups roasted red peppers, diced (bottled and preserved in water or fresh made)
In an even smaller bowl combine:
1/2 cup tahini
1 clove garlic, minced (not too much)
1/2 cup minced flat leafed parsley
Salt and pepper to taste
Add the tahini mix to the peppers and serve at room temperature. Make ahead if you need.
You can eat this plain or place it on French style bread. The Turkish bread is called Naan. It is an oval shaped bread similar to pita or a tortilla. When it is freshly made it is presented at the table puffy and full of air. It soon collapses and can be torn to eat with your food. I am not enclosing the Naan recipe here, but someday I will try it! Here are some pics though 🙂
You can buy Naan at many grocery store delis.