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Cooking on Ash

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Food is cooked in the ash of the wood. It is quite famous that Turkish coffee is cooked in copper coffee pots with this method.

Barbeque

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Barbecue is the most important cooking tool in Adana cuisine. It is a tradition to cook barbecued meat and kebab in the recreational areas where all family members gather at weekends.

Tandoori

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The preparation of tandoori, which is a closed hearth buried in a meter of soil, requires knowledge, experience and technique. In the tandoor wells still established in many villages, the breads are baked by sticking to the hot wall of the hearth.

Stone Oven

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In these ovens made of stone and brick, high temperatures are reached and especially foods such as bread, lahmacun and pita are cooked.

Stove

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Old-style stoves using wood fire are still in use in Adana.

Cooking on Sheet Metal

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It is a traditional method used frequently in products such as sıkma and pancake.

Gas Stove

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Burners with gas, gas oil or spirits burned in the gas chamber and cooked on.

Kitchen Stove

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These stoves, which are also used for heating purposes, have an oven section and the upper section can also be used as a hearth.