Ciger /Ciger is the Turkish word for liver or lung/lungs, which is used for food usually of lamb or sheep. Ciger can be fried, roasted, can be an ingredient for making sausages, used as stuffing or filling. Ciger Tavasi is fried lamb liver; Ciger Salami is liverwurst, etc.

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