The dried vegetables that are currently painting the historical Bedesten area of Konya and its surroundings with vibrant colors are receiving significant attention.
In Konya, products such as eggplant, pepper, okra, and squash are cleaned, strung onto strings, and dried during the summer months. These products, which are consumed during the winter months, have now taken their place on the stalls.
Peppers, eggplants, squash, okra, and tomatoes, which have been carefully cleaned at home, are then threaded onto strings and dried.
Afterward, they are preserved and then offered for sale in shops.
Dried vegetables, considered essential dishes during the winter months, are attracting the attention of both local and foreign tourists with their vibrant appearance.
Traders emphasize that dried vegetables are winter products that rival the appeal of summer, highlighting that these products are organic and offer various health benefits to individuals.