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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Lemony Kurabiye - Turkish shortbread biscuits. 

Adding Tatlı Lor - Salt-free cheese curds to this Turkish classic produces a softer biscuit. Perfect for little ones and 


• Juıce & zest of 1 lemon
• 1 cup of Sugar
• 125 grams butter
• 150 grams salt-free lor
• 2 small eggs
• 1/2 packet vanilla sugar - 
• 1 teaspoon carbonate
• 4 cups flour

Plus a small plate of flour for dusting 



Put all the ingredients into a blender and combine.  

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees

Take around a teaspoon sized amount of the dough and give them a little roll in your palm to create a half ball-like shape.

Dust in a little of the flour and place on a baking tray.

Bake in the oven for around 25 - 30 minutes. (The biscuits will not brown)

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