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GüllaçMilky Rosewater Pudding

A traditional Ramadan dessert of starch wafers soaked in sweetened milk with rose water and cardamon. A much-loved dish prominent in the holy month of fasting. 

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Limonlu Yumuşak KurabiyeTurkish Shortbread

Soft, zesty and morish. These lemony biscuits use cheese curd to producing a soft crumbly treat perfect alongside Turkish tea and great for little ones too.

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Aşure - Noah's Pudding A sweet, grain and pulse based desert

A rich, comforting porridge-like desert full of a variety of beans and pulses with tones of Mahlep, cinnamon and cloves and a zesty kick brought together in (an optional) saffron-infused milk. The traditional dessert does require a little preparation in advance and some tender care during the making but is well worth the effort. Often made in bulk and shared and exchanged with neighbours and friends.

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Exploring The Turkish Kitchen; Affiliate linking & recommendations.

 

I hope you are enjoying my website, blog and social media accounts?

 

My aim is for you to join me on my food journey either by simply reading through or even better - in the kitchen. For this, you'll find alongside my blog articles a collection of recipes and how to guides. 

These recipes have been lovingly passed or taught to me by my Turkish family and friends, discovered and adapted by myself and from popular and unknown cookbooks. 

Recipes from those cookbooks are tagged as 'Cooking the books' (You can see them all here), some of those recipes and articles/posts around them may come with an affiliate link for the book I'm using.

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