Taslik refers to a Turkish dish made of thin sliced gizzards cooked with chopped green peppers and tomatoes; looking like the classic Menemen, but the the cooked dark gizzards are used in place of the eggs. Taslik can be served as a main dish. In the Philippines, we also eat and served chicken gizzard cooked Adobo style together with chicken liver. When cleaned and cooked properly, gizzard is a delicious alternative to meat.

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