Konya-style Ekmek Salması (a type of bread meat dish with bread) is one of the most famous regional dishes in Konya. Made with lamb or beef, this dish is a delightful taste that the local people enjoy for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
It is made with lamb or beef that is sauteed in a pan until browned. Then, butter is added and the meat is cooked for a few more minutes. The bread is cut into thick slices and placed on top of the meat. The meat and bread are cooked together for a few more minutes, and then the dish is served.
Bread dip is typically made with tandoor bread, which is a type of flatbread that is cooked in a clay oven. Tandoor bread is ideal for bread dip because it absorbs less oil. However, you can also use pide bread if you don't have tandoor bread.