Beyti kebap

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A plate of Beyti, served at a restaurant in Ankara, Turquía.

The Beyti is a type of Turkish meat dish.

During a visit to Switzerland in 1961, Beyti Güler was inspired by the renowned butcher Möller's way of preparing meat. When he returned home, he introduced a dish consisting of roasted lamb fillets wrapped in strips of lamb cutlet fat. It came to be named after him when the kebap's fame spread all over the world.[1]

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