The city of Konya is one of the most striking cities of our country in terms of both its historical and cultural heritage. So much so that it is a city that has been the capital of a civilization like the Anatolian Seljuk state. Culturally, it is the place where a world-famous philosopher, Rumi lived. In addition to these features, Konya is also an important representative of Turkish cuisine. For this reason, many people are curious about Konya meals.
Meatball Soup, whose history dates back to the Seljuks, is a delicious delicacy made at least a few times a month in the kitchen of every family in Konya today. This soup, especially made in the winter months, is a rich source of vitamins. This soup is made by mixing bulgur, meat, egg, parsley, flour, onion and plenty of spices. It is made by forming small round meatballs and cooking these meatballs in boiling water. Chickpeas and broth can be added to this healthy dish upon request.