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Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Turkish Dessert Recipes

07/03/14: Kemalpasha Dessert (Kemalpaşa Tatlısı - Bursa).
03/01/14: Apricot Dessert with Walnuts (Gasefe - Erzincan - East Anatolia Region).
11/10/13: Rose Dessert (Gül Tatlısı - Çanakkale - The Marmara Region).
18/01/13: Molasses Creamy Yoğurt (Kadıbeyni - Urfa - South Eastern Anatolia).
26/12/12: Apricot Stew with Mulberries and Sultana Raisins (Kaymaklı Kayısı Yahnisi - Cappadocia - Central Anatolia Region).
23/10/12: Mud in Heaven (Cennet Çamuru - Kilis - Southeast Anatolia Region).
16/08/12: Nightingale's Nest (Bülbül Yuvası).
08/05/12: Semolina Helva with Ice Cream (Dondurmali Irmik Helvası).
02/03/12: Tahini Pastry (Tahinli Yufka).
28/12/11: Baked Pear Dessert (Firinda Armut Tatlısı).
04/11/11: Turkish Walnuts Cookies in Syrup (Kalburabasti).
26/08/11: Turkish Milk Custard Dessert (Laz Boregi - Black Sea Region).
20/07/11: Lemon Blancmange (Limonlu Paluze).
01/07/11: Bici Bici (Adana - Mersin).
04/05/11: Dried Figs Stuffed with Walnuts (Cevizli Incir Dolmasi).
23/03/11: Crispy Pastry (Katmer).
27/12/10: Dried Fruits Dessert (Kuru Meyve Tatlısı).
13/11/10: Semolina Helva with Cheese (Peynirli Irmik Helvasi).
06/09/10: Ricotta Baklava (Lorlu Baklava).
21/04/10: Hoshmerim (Hoşmerim/Peynir Helvası - Ottoman Kitchen - Balıkesir).
24/11/09: Turkish Ricotta Dessert (Lor Tatlisi - Aegean Region).
17/09/09: Morello Cherry Bread Dessert (Visneli Ekmek Tatlisi).
04/12/08: Quin ce Dessert with Nuts in the Oven (Firinda Kuru Yemisli Ayva Tatlisi).
03/11/08: Tahini Helva Casserole (Guvecte Tahin Helvasi).
27/09/08: Kunefe.
26/12/07: Dried Figs with Milk Pudding (Muhallebili Incir Tatlisi).
16/12/07: Sam Dessert (Sam Tatlisi).
11/10/07: Tel Kadayif.
19/05/07: Saffron Pudding (Zerde).
02/03/07: Prune Dessert with Walnuts (Cevizli Kuru Erik Tatlisi).
13/01/07: Tahini & Grape Molasses (Tahin Pekmez).
28/12/06: Quince with Thick Turkish Cream (Kaymakli Ayva Tatlisi).
15/10/06: Turkish Baklava (Baklava).
22/03/06: Dried Figs with Walnuts (Incir Tatlisi).
07/01/06: Tulumba Dessert (Tulumba Tatlisi).
01/01/06: Sultan's Jello (Elmasiye).
13/11/05: Flour Helva (Un Helvasi).
28/10/05: Sekerpare.
21/08/05: Revani. (Ottoman Kitchen)
10/07/05: Noah's Pudding (Asure).
15/05/05: Apricot Dessert (Kayisi Tatlisi).
18/04/05: Semolina Dessert (Irmik Helvasi).
18/03/05: Sweet Butternut Squash (Kabak Tatlisi).

84 Comments:

At 3:02 PM, Blogger Anna said...

Binnur hanim, sizce kunefe evde yapilir mi? Eger yaptiysaniz, bizimle tarifeyi paylasirmisiniz lutfen?

Tesekkurler. Anna Durmus

 
At 10:42 AM, Blogger Binnur said...

Sevgili Anna,
Evde kunefe yapiyorum, en kisa zamanda tarifi yayinliyacagim:)
Sevgilerimle,

 
At 6:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Binnur i really need a recipe for dondurmasi...the turkish ice cream that u can stretch, please!! and a source for salep would be nice

 
At 8:54 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
It is very hard to do at home:) I have already posted Salep recipe, here is the address;
http://www.turkishcookbook.com/2007/01/salep.php

 
At 10:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i actually meant a source to buy the salep, just the orchid powder not the mix, Im not sure if its available in the pure form in the states. thanks again

 
At 11:29 AM, Blogger Binnur said...

You can buy Salep from spice shops in Turkey. I think you may find it on the internet.

 
At 3:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

how do you make vanilla cake?

 
At 6:50 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

I'll post it in the future:)

 
At 9:11 AM, Anonymous catantho said...

Hi
Made the Un Kurabiyesi (shortbread) for the second time today, this time with unsalted butter (previously saled marg) and the Catal(left out the mahlep - don't know if available in South Africa - can I replace with ground nuts?). Both delicious!

My sister and I started belly dancing recently - hence the interest in Turkish cooking (resulting in a Turkish party featuring only your recipes).

Thanks for a great website.

 
At 11:01 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi Cantanho,
Thank you, I want to congratulate you and your sister, it is so cute to start to learn belly dancing. Your Turkish party will be unforgettable with it and Turkish dishes:)
Mahlep adds more flavour to the dough but you don't have to use it. With it or without it is still delicious. The dough of Catal doesn't accept nuts which changes the consistency of dough.
Take care,

 
At 1:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi, i love your site, i live in london and it's difficult to find authentic turkish food so i usually have to travel quite far just to get a borek! i love the recipes and was wondering if you had a recipe to make ekmek kadayifi, my family really loves it but it's not available here and i would like to make it for them, i don't know how to make the cake part and all the recipes i've found say to use a pre-made one but they are not available to buy in england :( thank you so much!

 
At 9:15 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
Thank you:) It is very hard to do real Ekmek Kadayif dough, that's why I buy the ready-to-use ones too, sorry:)

 
At 5:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Merhaba!
Do you have a recipe for a bannana cream desert? I had it while in istanbul, it is a lovely filo dough pastry with a bannana cream filling. I love this desert and would be soooo very happy to be able to learn how to make it.
Tesekkurler, G.Duzguner

 
At 3:50 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Merhaba,
I never had this dessert before. But sounds to me it would be an adaptation from Laz Boregi....I am going to bake first...I'll post it in the future:)
Sevgilerimle,

 
At 7:13 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi i am baking a turkish dessert for my class and i was wondering what you would recemend?

 
At 12:29 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
There are so many dessert recipes I've posted. You should also check Dairy Desserts section to get some ideas. Choose the one which fits your class:)

 
At 4:46 PM, Anonymous Nimet said...

Merhaba Binnur Hanim,
Thank you very much for sharing with us all your great recipes... You just present it in a way that make me unable to wait to try them... but I have a little request.. I was looking for Kadayif recipe, I found yours but in another website and written in turkce... I couldn't find it here in english.. can you post it please :) cok tesekkurler
Nimet !

 
At 10:48 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Sevgili Nimet,
Thank you:) Here is the address of Tel Kadayif;
http://www.turkishcookbook.com/2007/10/tel-kadayif.php
On the site, below the google ads on the right, there's a search box. So you can search on my site if "TC" is selected, it will help you to find any recipe that I posted.
En icten sevgilerimle,

 
At 2:31 PM, Blogger nikki4thizyear said...

Hi!!!
I just wanted to tell you that I love your recipes. My best friend, Selda, is Turkish. I made Pirincli Ispanak at her house all by myself. Her and her mother watched me. They said I was really close to it tasting just like Selda's mother's. I just wanted to thank you for having up these authentic recipes. I now help cook with her family. This has helped me learn more about this great culture. I am still in high school. So this makes it wonderful. Thank you so much keep up these yummy recipes.

 
At 3:47 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi Nikki,
Thank you:) I am so glad that you cook Turkish dishes and share with your friend's family. You are a teenager and already great cook!

 
At 9:45 PM, Blogger Michael said...

Hi Binnur,
First of all, I love your site. I'm soo far away from home and can't find any good Mediterranean/Turkish food around here. I was wondering if you might have a recipe for Turkish Delight? My wife is allergic to nuts, therefore she wouldn't be able to eat any I purchase, due to cross contamination.

Thank you for having soo many wonderful recipes to share. :)

 
At 4:58 PM, Blogger amu said...

hey Binnur,

your site is just amazing. last week i had my first encounter with turkish food when i had Gozleme..it was simply wonderful..

was just looking at other turkish food varieties when i came across 'Gul Tatlisi'. oh it looks so beautiful. and all the recipes are in turkish.

Binnur, please please help me out by posting Gul tatlisi recipe. m dying to have it..

thanks and regards..
amruta

 
At 8:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi, is there a way you can make turkish delight(lokum)?

 
At 9:49 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
I may post it in the future:)

 
At 3:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi, i need to make an impressive decorative turkish themed desert for a party.. any suggestions??

 
At 12:07 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
What kind of party you are throwing? It is a dinner party or open buffet lunch or dinner party? How many gussets will you have..... Please also check to get more ideas "Dairy Desserts" and "Cake & Cookies" sections, too.

 
At 2:35 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hens party, 40+ people open buffet dinner party, so i need something that i can make into individual small servings that is not too messy to eat, im a kitchen queen so i can cope with something that is difficult or fiddly, but i just dont have any ideas for this one because im used to catering for kids or cocktail parties!! i do not know alot about turkish food! i also live in New Zealand which is at the bottom of the southern hemisphere so unusual ingredients may be difficult to come by!!

 
At 8:13 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
I will give you a of couple dessert names.They both are easy to cook, also
you can adjust the amount to be enough for your guests, like for
each person do 1or 2 apricot and 1 or 2 dry fig.
Dried Figs with Walnuts (Incir Tatlisi). - 1 or 2 days in advance,
sprinkle walnuts before serving
Apricot Dessert (Kayisi Tatlisi). 1 or 2 days in advanced, garnish on
the same day and keep it in the fridge.
I hope this helps and good luck!

 
At 10:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tesekkurler!!
{i think that means thanks!!}
Thanks for all your help! hopefully i will be abl to do your wonderful recipies justice!!

 
At 9:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Merhaba Binnur!

It was a great pleasure for me to discover this page...it`s perfect... I was in Turkey 2 years ago and one of the famous desserts for me was some kind of cake, but I was not able to find out what was the name of it. My frend told me that she is not able to translate the name of it but it loks like "chicken breasts". Are you able to recognize it? If you are, please help me to find out the recipe.

Thank you in advance:)

Nana

 
At 7:59 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Merhaba Nana,
Thank you:) Tavuk Gogsu (chicken breast) is a dairy dessert, not cake. Which made real chicken breast and milk. So I am not sure what you are asking.
But I already posted the easy version of Creamy Pudding (Yalanci Tavuk Gogsu). You can find it under the Dairy Desserts section.
Sevgilerimle,

 
At 10:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tesekkurler Binur!!

That was dessert I waas thinking of, but it was a bit consistant not creamy so it makes me think that this is cake.

Thank you once more:)

 
At 3:16 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Merhaba Nana:)
I need more information about what you are asking for:)
Sevgilerimle,

 
At 9:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello,
I made the Kunafa yesterday for guests, it was a success.thank you. Can you please post the recipe about turkish ice cream..the one that is almost elastic.I think it has mistaka in it. million thanks.
Nadine

 
At 8:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i like your website a lot. i am in seventh grade and i have been using your recipes for my school project. i think that you should post turkish delight [sokum]. my friend and i made it for our project and i like it a lot. thanks for your amazing recipes!

 
At 2:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Binnur,

I'm a Bangladeshi woman working in a Turkish private school. Throughout this time, i've come across many delicious Turkish dishes and i've tried to make them from your website and they're great! I'm looking for the recipe for "cezerye" can you please help me?

Lots of thanks for the great dishes,
Khadija (Hatice :O)

 
At 5:51 PM, Blogger Oh Canada! said...

Hello,
I just recently found your website and i love that i can find all the traditional recipes that my Babaanne made for me.

Do you happen to have a turkish delight recipe? THe one with pistachio nut inside; sprinkled with icing sugar or cocnut? That is the best.

Thanks

Sara

 
At 9:37 PM, Anonymous Melanie said...

Merhaba Binnur,
I am wondering if you have a recipe for Burma? I have mastered the Baklava recipe and would like to try this one.
Thanks, Melanie

 
At 3:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

helooo
i didnt go cyprus this year, and now i miss samisi/shamishi. however you spell it.
if u know could u post it please.
thankyou!!!

 
At 5:55 AM, Blogger Yasmine said...

Binnur hanim,
hi thats yasmine abed from egypt.
thank you so much for such wonderful site ,i love turkey and everything turkish,i guess it's because my ancestors were turkish and of course your country is magical and ADDICTING!! really i always tell my family that i'm addicted to istanbul(it's the only place i've seen in turkey till now) i've visited it about 6 times and i just can't seem to stop!..lol..
anyways please i've tasted a great dessert there called fistikli durum i love it so much and i always buy with me when i'm leaving but i finish it all so quick!lol
can u please tell me its recipe?
thanks a lot.have a great day

 
At 7:46 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Merhaba Yasemin Hanim,
Thank you:) I am going to post it in the future:)

 
At 8:02 PM, Anonymous Seja said...

Hi Binnur, i went to Istanbul last year and tasted a pudding dessert at a restaurant which was made out of chicken. It was delicious, sweet and sort of stringy/chewy. Do you by any chance have that recipe if you know which dessert i'm talking about? Thanks in advance! :)

 
At 8:33 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi Seja,
I've already posted the easy version of Creamy Pudding (Yalanci Tavuk Gogsu). You can find it under the Dairy Desserts section:)

 
At 6:18 PM, Blogger virginia said...

Binnur Hanim,

I have been using your website for a few years now and your recipes are really great! You explain everything so well and everything comes out so delicious! Thank you!
I am looking for a desert made from biskuvi. I believe is called mosaic something. Do you have this on your website?
Thank you again :)

 
At 9:57 AM, Blogger Binnur said...

Merhaba Sevgili Virginia,
I've already posted the Mosaic Cake (Mozaik Pasta) recipe under the "Cakes & Cookies" section:)
Sevgilerimle,

 
At 8:54 AM, Anonymous Cveta said...

Merhaba Binnur,
I am wondering if you have a recipe for kemal pasha on here?

 
At 7:14 PM, Blogger Fritz said...

Hello, I love your recipes and I was hoping you had a good turkish rice pudding recipe. The recipe I have is not very good. Please help. Thank you so much for the amazing recipes.

 
At 8:19 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
I've already posted the Turkish Rice Pudding under the Dairy Desserts section:)

 
At 8:25 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was wondering if you could post a recipe for Bici Bici. I lived in Adana as a kid and have REALLY missed this. I am searching online but so far haven't found one.

Thank you!

 
At 1:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Binnur :)
Would you by any chance know where i can buy mastic gum (damla sakizi) in london because i can't find it anywhere.
Thanks :)

 
At 4:25 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
I think you can find Mustic Gum (Damla Sakizi) in the Turkish or Mediterranean or Middle eastern stores under the same name. Which London you live in Canada or England? If it is in Canada, you can find it Highland Farm, too.
Take care,

 
At 5:54 PM, Anonymous brucoraimondo said...

Hello Binnur

I am writing from London, UK. I have just been to Turkey for the first time and I fell in love with the country, especially the food. I have been looking for a good turkish cooking book here in the UK and I can't find anything at all, so I think I am going to buy yours next time I go to the States.
I have a question for you. In Cappadocia, in a place called THE OLD GREEK HOUSE in Mustafapasha, I had the most *unbelievable* dessert: it was like a paste in a small plate, and my husband compared its taste to uncooked dough. It was warm, and the consistency was between a biscuit and a custard-type thing. I asked what it was called and they said 'helva'. Do you know what it is? have you got a recipe for it?
I would love to experience the same flavour again.
Thank you!

 
At 5:36 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
There is so many varieties of desert recipes like many other
main dish, salad recipes in Turkish Cuisine. Even adding of small ingredient gives the dish significant differences and every region of Turkey has so many different kinds of dishes and names.
So, I am thinking it may be the
Tahini Helva in the Oven (Guvecte Tahin Helvasi) that I've already posted it.

 
At 7:20 AM, Blogger noor said...

merhaba...
well if you want the banana cream i can give you some easy way i know..maybe it works with you but i can't tell you if this will give you the same taste like in Istanbul,well if you want make some banana cream you have to grill the banana till it be burnt from out side,after that open it and you will find the banana as a cream..you can add sugar or anything to it.

 
At 12:20 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Binnur,
Is it possible to make ekmek kadayif at home? It is one of my favorite desserts, and since I cannot find it in my area, it would be great to be able to make it at home. Thank You!!

 
At 6:58 PM, Anonymous kek tarifleri said...

Many thanks looks great

 
At 9:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi binnur! is there a substitute for turkish cream? I need it for my son's turkish dish for their UN day in school.

 
At 8:21 AM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
They are not the same but you can use whipped cream or Mascarpone cheese:)

 
At 7:38 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My 13 year old daughter has to take a turkish dish to school for a class project it can be anything from a main dish to dessert. I have never made turkish food before do you have any easy recipes that I can try. We do have a market that carries some of the ingredients that a few of the recipes have called for. Thanks

 
At 10:55 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Yes, I do. All my recipes are very easy:)

 
At 1:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please please can you find out how to make 'ekmek kadayifi' from scratch. All the recipes I found not sufficient. They tell how to make the syrup and make it not the dough cake part of it.

Thank you,
Zeynep

 
At 8:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi!Thanks for your turkish recipes, they look really good!I'm from Chile and I was in Turkey last year and I ate a lot of lokum :D can you post the recipe please???? And do you know the recipe of a kind of soft lokum..like marshmellows..they were white with soft cream inside...pleeeaaaseee!!??
Thanks!!
Clau.

 
At 1:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Binnur- Can you please post a recipe for Ekmek Kadayif. I understand that it is difficult to make and ready made is easier. The ready made does not taste anything like the great ekmek kadayif I have had in Turkey. Tesekurler

 
At 6:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello I would like prepare Turkish dougnuts the small ones-lokma as I remember, but i dont know how. Greetings And Hugs

 
At 6:26 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hello,
I am going to post it in the future:)

 
At 12:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Binnur,

I love your recipes. They are simple and delicious. Could you please post the recipe for Ekmek Kadayifi? I would like to try making it home.

Thank you,

SBL

 
At 7:35 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello. I was wondering if you could post one day a recipe for lokma.i mean these tiny Turkish doughnuts. Greets,

 
At 1:38 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Binnur,

If you know, could you please post the recipe for making Profiteroles? I want to try making it at home. I had some in Turkey and they were very delicious.

Cheers

 
At 12:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Binnur
I love your site and been using it took cook my partner his favorite food.
In 5 days we are getting married and all his friends and family will be there. We have hired a boat for the day and my partner has just told me today they will not do food and has asked me if I can make food for everyone... Thats about 40 people.
I will have to make all the food the day before so itsall going to be cold food... I have already decided I will make Un Helvasi but is there any others you think I should do?
Thank you

 
At 11:35 AM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
Congratulations!I wish a lifetime of happiness to both of you:)
As a dessert, Un Helvasi is the perfect choice. I would recommend you to choose some food from "Appetizers" and "Olive Oil Dishes" section:)

 
At 8:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi there, I am 28 years old and Im a pastry chef, working on a cruise ship. I tried most of your dessert recipes and they worked fine, a bit of tweeking every now and then since we dont always get the ingredients onboard, but great recipes. to be honest I never got any complaints from guests even more from fellow turkish crew members. keep up the good work.
Thanks Again.

 
At 10:29 AM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi,
Then, I am going to post another dessert recipe soon for you:)
I wish you the best!

 
At 4:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you prepare someting with grape juice called madzun?
Ani

 
At 2:49 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hi Ani,
I am not familiar with this name:(
But we have dessert prepared with grape juice called Pepecura:)

 
At 3:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Binnur,

I come from Macedonia, country with cuisine strongly influenced by the Turkish cuisine. We also prepare and adore baklava, revani, stuffed paprika.... Since I've found your site it is the most favorite internet destination, I adore it. I also tried some of your recipes and they turn out GREAT. Thank you for sharing your recipes with us and I would like to ask you if you could give us the recipe for Lokma.
Thank you again and I think the English name for madzun (Ani's question) is Grape Malt (I don't know how it is made I buy it from wineries and it is some kind of concentrated grape juice).

Angelina

 
At 4:15 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Thank you Angelina:)
I am going to post Lokma dessert in the future:)

 
At 2:31 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you have a recipe for Afyon lokum? The kind that is made with cream. I've found recipes for standard lokum, but none for this kind.

 
At 1:14 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

I am not sure I will ever post some of our recipes; like lokum, kaymakli lokum, Afyon Kaymagi, ekmek kadayifi etc.
I think we should keep some of the original recipes for ourselves for their protection:)

 
At 9:55 AM, Blogger Vandana Prasad said...

Hello... We came from India. We have been staying here for 18 months. I love your recipes (Desserts and dairy desserts). They are simple and delicious. I tried a few of them and it comes out so delicious. Thank you very much.
Can you please tell me the turkish word for cornstarch and yeast. I think these are not easily available in the market.Thanks and Best of luck !!!

 
At 10:10 AM, Blogger Binnur said...

Hello Vandana,
Thank you:) I've always posted my recipes in Turkish and in English on my blog and facebook at the same time and in the same order:) There is a Turkish (Turkce) section on the right side of my blog, just click on it:)
Corn starch ; mısır nişastası
Yeast ; maya
Both of the ingredients are very easy to find in Turkish groceries:)
Take care,

 
At 8:29 AM, Blogger Naznin_C said...

Merhaba Binnur,

Firstly, I would like to applaud you for your amazing recipes! You certainly know how to make Turkish cooking seem much easier for those new to this type of cooking. :)

Quick question, will you be posting recipes for 'Kazandibi' and 'Lahmacun' anytime soon? I understand they may be slightly time consuming, but I would love to see your version of these dishes!

I look forward to your response.

Gule Gule!

Best Wishes,


Naznin :)

 
At 1:41 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Merhaba Naznin,
Thank you very much for your kind comment, I really appreciated:)

I've already posted easy version of kazandibi recipe under the Dairy Desserts section, here
Creamy Pudding (Yalanci Tavukgogsu)
http://english.turkishcookbook.com/2006/06/creamy-pudding.html

and

Turkish Style Pizza with Ground Beef (Lahmacun) recipe under the Bread and Pide section, here;
http://english.turkishcookbook.com/2007/02/turkish-rice-pilaf.html

You can check "Pilaf " section or you can use the google search box on the right site of my blog, just below the google ads. When you select "TC", it will help you find all the recipes I have posted. You can also search the word of any region, pilafs, vegetables, herbs, spices, meat, etc.

Sevgilerimle,
Binnur

 
At 1:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi! I had a dessert in Icmeler & it was a flat base, part flakey part doughy. Similar to a pancake. It was made with peanuts & honey. It was amazing and can't seem to find it anywhere. Do you know what it may be? Recipes amazing by the way! Louise

 
At 3:57 PM, Blogger Binnur said...

Thank you Louise:) Turkish pancake is called Gözleme. I've posted a few Gozleme recipes with different fillings. The links are below:

Gozleme
http://english.turkishcookbook.com/2007/03/gozleme.html

Chocolate Gozleme
http://english.turkishcookbook.com/2011/02/chocolate-gozleme.html

 

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