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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 desert 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 Blog

 

Turkish Cooking Blog Giveaway Results

 

The giveaway finished late last night, and the big ''Pick A Random Winner' has been pressed this morning. 

If you entered I want to say a huge thank you, it's been a joy to partner up with 'The Jasmine Project' and I hope you've managed to catch a little about what they do and take a look at the great products they have available. 

I've had fun running this giveaway and I hope in the future I'll get to run many more. Meeting new followers on my Facebook page and gaining new visitors to the blog has been great.

 

Thank You & Congratulations

Turkish Cooking Blog Giveaway Results

So thank you again for joining in on the giveaway and huge congratulation to Lynne in Altinkum & Clare in Bodrum who won the fabulous shopping bags for themselves and their lucky friends. I hope you & your friends will love using your shopping bags as much as I do mine. 

 


For those that didn't win this time I encourage you to pop over to The Jasmine Projects Facebook & Instagram accounts and check out the photos they share, along with these sustainable shopping bags they produce lovely totes and gorgeous aprons perfect for fans of home-cooking and Turkish food like you and me.

 

Christa Exploring The Turkish Kitchen

 

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